Thermic Attenuation on Concrete Sidewalk under Urban Trees. Case Study: Santa Marta – Colombia

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Devia, Carlos ; Torres, Andrés (2012)
  • Publisher: Forest Research Institute, Jastrebarsko
  • Journal: South-east European forestry, volume 3, issue 2 (issn: 1847-6481, eissn: 1849-0891)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.15177/seefor.12-09
  • Subject: tropical trees | heat islands | SD1-669.5 | shadow | temperature | urban trees | tropical trees; temperature; shadow; heat islands; urban trees | Forestry

Background and Purpose: Urban trees provide a number of services including shade and thermal attenuation. This is related to morphological and physiological characteristics of trees and may vary between species and even between individuals of the same species. The aim o... View more
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