Influences of land cover types, meteorological conditions, anthropogenic heat and urban area on surface urban heat island in the Yangtze River Delta Urban Agglomeration.

@article{Du2016InfluencesOL,
  title={Influences of land cover types, meteorological conditions, anthropogenic heat and urban area on surface urban heat island in the Yangtze River Delta Urban Agglomeration.},
  author={Hongyu Du and Duoduo Wang and Yuanyuan Wang and Xiaolei Zhao and Fei Qin and Hong Jiang and Yongli Cai},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={571},
  pages={
          461-70
        }
}

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