New publication on urban energy balance

In this new publication, the authors examine urban energy flux variability across landcover and climate gradients of urbanized Los Angeles County by using high resolution remote sensing combined with spatially distributed simulations with an urban energy balance model, covering the complete diurnal cycle of the remote sensing flights.

Wetherley, E.B., Roberts, D.A., Tague, C.L., Jones, C., Quattrochi, D.A., McFadden, J.P. (2021) Remote sensing and energy balance modeling of urban climate
variability across a semi-arid megacity, Urban Climate 35: 100757. doi.org/10.1016/j.uclim.2020.100757

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