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Decoupling forest characteristics and background conditions to explain urban-rural variations of multiple microclimate regulation from urban trees
W. J. Wang, B. Zhan, L. Xiao, W. Zhou, H. M. Wang and X. Y. He
2018
Source PublicationPeerj
Volume6
Other AbstractDiscussion. In general, horizontal cooling, shading, and humidifying effects were stronger in dry, hot, and sunny weather. The effects were stronger in areas with more buildings of relatively lower height, a higher abundance of Ulmaceae, and a lower percentage of Leguminosae and Betulaceae. Larger trees were usually associated with a larger cooling area (a smaller difference per one unit distance from the measured tree). Given uncontrollable weather conditions, our findings highlighted street canyon and forest characteristics that are important in urban microclimate regulation. This paper provides a management strategy for maximizing microclimate regulation using trees, and methodologically supports the uncoupling of the complex association of microclimate regulations in fast urbanization regions.
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iga.ac.cn/handle/131322/9136
Collection湿地生态系统管理学科组
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W. J. Wang, B. Zhan, L. Xiao, W. Zhou, H. M. Wang and X. Y. He. Decoupling forest characteristics and background conditions to explain urban-rural variations of multiple microclimate regulation from urban trees[J]. Peerj,2018,6.
APA W. J. Wang, B. Zhan, L. Xiao, W. Zhou, H. M. Wang and X. Y. He.(2018).Decoupling forest characteristics and background conditions to explain urban-rural variations of multiple microclimate regulation from urban trees.Peerj,6.
MLA W. J. Wang, B. Zhan, L. Xiao, W. Zhou, H. M. Wang and X. Y. He."Decoupling forest characteristics and background conditions to explain urban-rural variations of multiple microclimate regulation from urban trees".Peerj 6(2018).
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