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Thermal Comfort for Urban Parks in Subtropics: Understanding Visitor’s Perceptions, Behavior and Attendance

Table 1

Climatic characterization of fieldwork days.

Fieldwork dateDaily average valuesMaximum DB temperature
DBRHWind speedSolar radiation
°C%m/sMW/m2 °C °C

Sep. 1927.474.51.31.5631.2−2.8
Sep. 2628.176.01.01.6532.4−1.6
Oct. 0328.175.51.51.2230.7−1.9
Oct. 1028.271.40.81.3832.1−0.5
Oct. 1727.969.11.01.4432.3−0.3
Oct. 2427.173.31.11.5830.8−1.8
Oct. 3121.261.42.61.8326.2−6.4
Nov. 0724.477.32.01.3028.0−0.1
Nov. 2821.568.00.81.4226.4−1.7
Dec. 0523.167.31.01.3428.40.0
Dec. 1219.772.40.91.3627.0−1.4
Dec. 1918.265.50.61.3924.3−4.1
Jan. 0916.673.62.91.3420.0−2.9
Jan. 1610.368.52.80.5511.5−11.4

Difference between daily maximum temperature on fieldwork day and monthly maximum temperature.

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