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Dezso, Zsuzsanna 
Author
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Pongracz, Rita 
Author
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Bartholy, Judit 
Availability Date
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2022-05-16T11:23:19Z
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2022-05-16T11:23:19Z
Release
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2019
uri
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http://hdl.handle.net/10831/66651
Abstract
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The aim of this study is to analyse the thermal properties of natural and artificial urban surfaces and the impact of surface colours and shading. Measuring campaigns were conducted in spring and summer (2018-2019) in the district XI of Budapest to determine the surface temperature of various urban materials. The results show that the coolest surfaces are natural covers (water, vegetation), white the hottest surfaces are concrete pavements, asphalt and rubber paving when exposed to direct solar radiation. Moreover, among concrete pavements, light coloured surfaces warm up 5-6 degrees C less on average compared to dark coloured surfaces. The use of rubber paving may be disadvantageous from the urban climatological point of view, as these surfaces become extremely hot under sunny conditions.
Language
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Angol

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https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Title
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Analysis of Surface Temperature Measurements over Complex Urban Sites
Type
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folyóiratcikk
Date Change
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2022-05-12T10:25:28Z
Note
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Funding Agency and Grant Number: Szechenyi 2020 programme; European Regional Development FundEuropean Union (EU); Hungarian Government via the AgroMo project [GINOP-2.3.2-15-2016-00028]; Hungarian National Research, Development and Innovation Fund [K-129162, K-120605]; Bolyai Janos Fellowship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities under the ELTE Excellence Program [783-3/2018/FEKUTSRAT] Funding text: Research leading to this paper was supported by the following sources: the Szechenyi 2020 programme, the European Regional Development Fund and the Hungarian Government via the AgroMo project (grant number: GINOP-2.3.2-15-2016-00028), the Hungarian National Research, Development and Innovation Fund under grants K-129162 and K-120605, the Bolyai Janos Fellowship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities under the ELTE Excellence Program (grant number: 783-3/2018/FEKUTSRAT). This study is a contribution to the PannEx Regional Hydroclimate Project of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Global Energy and Water Exchanges (GEWEX) Project. In-situ measurements were completed by MSc students of the Eotvos Lorand University (D. Rumpler, A. Berenyi, R. David, D. Incze, D. Nagy, V. Szalai, D. Topal, A. Toth).
Scope
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337-346
Doi ID
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10.5937/gp23-23844
Wos ID
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000506918700012
MTMT ID
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31142501
Issue Number
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4
abbreviated journal
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GEOGRAPHICA PANNONICA
Journal
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GEOGRAPHICA PANNONICA
Volume Number
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23
Release Date
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2019
department of Author
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Meteorológiai Tanszék
department of Author
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Földtudományi Doktori Iskola
Author institution
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Meteorológiai Tanszék
Author institution
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Meteorológiai Tanszék
Author institution
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Meteorológiai Tanszék


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