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Empirical modeling and mapping of below-canopy air temperatures in Baltimore, MD and vicinityAuthor(s): Gordon Heisler; Jeffrey Walton; Ian Yesilonis; David Nowak; Richard Pouyat; Richard Grant; Sue Grimmond; Karla Hyde; Gregory Bacon
Source: In: Proceedings of the seventh urban environment symposium; 2007 September 10-13; San Diego, CA. American Meteorological Society. 7 p.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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CitationHeisler, Gordon; Walton, Jeffrey; Yesilonis, Ian; Nowak, David; Pouyat, Richard; Grant, Richard; Grimmond, Sue; Hyde, Karla; Bacon, Gregory. 2007. Empirical modeling and mapping of below-canopy air temperatures in Baltimore, MD and vicinity. In: Proceedings of the seventh urban environment symposium; 2007 September 10-13; San Diego, CA. American Meteorological Society. 7 p.
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