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Research Article

Contribution of Greening and High-Albedo Coatings to Improvements in the Thermal Environment in Complex Urban Areas

Table 4

Field temperature measurement (°C).

ID Surface cover06/29/201308/09/201308/14/2013

Urban park
1Granite28.337.028.4
2Brick28.737.329.1
3Brick28.936.929.0
4Lawn29.035.928.9
5Urethane29.135.428.8
6Wooden board29.235.328.7
7Brick29.134.828.6
8Granite29.134.728.5
9Lawn29.234.628.4
Mean29.035.728.7

Low-rise APT
10Asphalt29.835.028.4
11Sand29.935.128.5
12Asphalt29.935.228.5
13Asphalt30.035.428.5
14Concrete30.335.428.6
15Asphalt30.435.428.6
Mean30.135.328.5

Commercial area
16Asphalt29.935.629.1
17Brick30.135.829.2
18Gravel30.035.929.2
Mean30.035.829.2

Single residential
19Asphalt29.835.629.1
20Asphalt29.935.828.9
21Gravel30.035.828.8
22Asphalt29.935.928.7
Mean29.935.828.9

High-rise APT
23Sand29.534.728.4
24Brick29.534.728.4
25Brick29.334.728.4
26Tile29.334.628.4
27Brick29.334.628.4
Mean29.434.728.4

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