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Monitoring Effect of Spatial Growth on Land Surface Temperature in Dhaka

Md. Mustafizur Rahman, Ram Avtar, Ali P. Yunus, Jie Dou, Prakhar Misra, Wataru Takeuchi, Netrananda Sahu, Pankaj Kumar, Brian Alan Johnson, Rajarshi Dasgupta, Ali Kharrazi, Shamik Chakraborty (+1 others)
2020 Remote Sensing  
Spatial urban growth and its impact on land surface temperature (LST) is a high priority environmental issue for urban policy.  ...  Although the impact of horizontal spatial growth of cities on LST is well studied, the impact of the vertical spatial distribution of buildings on LST is under-investigated.  ...  We are also thankful to the Global Challenge Research Funds (GCRF) of the University of Glasgow.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12071191 fatcat:2efys6mup5fbvmqyy5qxnlmfqm

Satellite Image Based Characterization for Monitoring Urbanization and Land Cover Change

Farhan Rahman Wasee, Rahman Mohammad Asif Amin, Zareen Tasnim Raisa, Sadia Chowdhury, Tanisha Nourin Alam, Rashedur Mohammad Rahman
2018 International Journal of Networked and Distributed Computing (IJNDC)  
This study focuses on the temporally evolving geo-environmental characteristics of Dhaka (Capital City) in Bangladesh.  ...  Special focus has been made on biophysical properties of surface features, geo-environmental configuration, land physiography, properties of vegetation and co-existing surface features.  ...  in a computational platform of ERDAS imagine software applying Spatial Modeler Language (SML) to derived Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), land surface albedo and land surface temperature  ... 
doi:10.2991/ijndc.1970.1.7.1 fatcat:635upsiydjhzzofkzkj3kymgda

Correlation and Monitoring of Land Surface Temperature, Urban Heat Island with Land use-land cover of Dhaka City using Satellite imageries

2017 International Journal of Research in Geography  
The study has been conducted to monitor and correlate the changes of land use-land cover (LULC), land surface temperature (LST) and urban heat island (UHI) of Dhaka city from 1989 to 2015 using four sets  ...  The study showed that the rapidly increased urban growth caused the huge loss of vegetation, bared and water bodies in and around the Dhaka city.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We acknowledged the Grant-in-Aid for JSPS fellow's research fund supported for this research.  ... 
doi:10.20431/2454-8685.0304002 fatcat:srgvcxlapnd73oaihggb6oj4na

Evaluation and Monitoring of Water Quantity and Quality of the Buriganga River in Bangladesh using Multi-temporal Landsat Images

Romana Afroz, Md Bodruddoza Mia, Md Saiful Islam
2020 The Dhaka University Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences  
Both the analyzed satellite image outcome and in situ observations reveal that land surface temperature is also increased in some part of the study area.  ...  Unsupervised and indices based classification were used to derive and monitor landuse-landcover (LULC), surface water distribution (SWD), land surface temperature(LST) and total suspended material (TSM  ...  Acknowledgements: NSF research fellowship of the Ministry of Science and Technology of Bangladesh for funding and the USGS archives for providing the Landsat satellite imageries with free of cost are gratefully  ... 
doi:10.3329/dujees.v8i1.50760 fatcat:ylhyrh65uzcxfnxvjruy3ak72q

Anticipating urbanization-led land cover change and its impact on local climate using time series model: a study on Dhaka city

Ripan Debnath
2020 The Journal of Population and Sustainability  
This study explores transition relationships between urbanization (population), land cover, and climate (temperature) of Dhaka city beginning in 1975 through to forecast scenarios up to 2035.  ...  Change in core urban land cover (area) was regarded as a function of population growth and was modeled using linear regression technique.  ...  In the light of the study's findings, it is apparent that urban (population) growth management can contribute to minimizing temperature increases in Dhaka city.  ... 
doi:10.3197/jps.2020.4.2.45 fatcat:ozdmu3mtwfhdbpznkmlgbetjxi

Simulating Land Cover Changes and Their Impacts on Land Surface Temperature in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bayes Ahmed, Md. Kamruzzaman, Xuan Zhu, Md. Rahman, Keechoo Choi
2013 Remote Sensing  
2013) Simulating land cover changes and their impacts on land surface temperature in Dhaka, Bangladesh.  ...  Keywords: land cover change; land surface temperature; urban heat island effect; NDVI; artificial neural network; Markov chain; Dhaka Introduction Urban heat island (UHI) is considered as one of the main  ...  Finally we thank the three anonymous reviewers and the editors of 'Remote Sensing' journal for their constructive comments that improved the quality of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs5115969 fatcat:nvtdybu2mvanvgd32t5rx4obea

Impact of Land Cover Changes on Land Surface Temperature and Human Thermal Comfort in Dhaka City of Bangladesh

H. M. Imran, Anwar Hossain, A. K. M. Saiful Islam, Ataur Rahman, Md Abul Ehsan Bhuiyan, Supria Paul, Akramul Alam
2021 Earth Systems and Environment  
Consequently, it substantially affects Land Surface Temperature (LST) by unbalancing the surface energy budget.  ...  Therefore, a comprehensive investigation is needed to evaluate the impact of land use change on the LST.  ...  This research is also supported by a research grant (2019-2020 fiscal year) funded by the Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, Gazipur, Bangladesh.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41748-021-00243-4 fatcat:hdqsawidh5e3jm42qcdqmdvkpe

Modelling the relationship between land use/land cover and land surface temperature in Dhaka, Bangladesh using CA-ANN algorithm

Abdulla Al Kafy, Nataraj Narayan Dey, Abdullah Al Rakib, Zullyadini A Rahaman, N M Refat Nasher, Abhishek Bhatt
2021 Environmental Challenges  
Rises in land surface temperature (LST) significantly impacted by land use/land cover (LULC) changes. The increase in LST massively impacted the urban biodiversity, ecosystem and population health.  ...  This study aims to estimate the changes in LULC classes and identify their impacts on LST in Dhaka city, Bangladesh using Landsat satellite images from 2000 to 2020.  ...  The authors would also like to thank DIGON specialists in research and advisory for the proofreading and linguistic editing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envc.2021.100190 fatcat:mcc2rlmkhjfcxdjlmuoc7nebvu

Assessment of acid deposition over Dhaka division using CAMx–MM5 modeling system

Asif Iqbal, Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh
2011 Atmospheric pollution research  
The model results for SO 2 and NO x concentrations were in the same ranges of the limited monitoring data available.  ...  of brick kilns in the dry season.  ...  We are thankful to university colleagues from Bangladesh for their assistance in collecting traffic data in Dhaka and Mr. Didin A. Permadi and Mr.  ... 
doi:10.5094/apr.2011.052 fatcat:vmfxd6gbgvarzcxkqarrhoache

An Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Trends of Land Surface Temperature in the Dhaka Metropolitan Area by Applying Landsat Images

Musammat Shahinara Begum, Sujit Kumar Bala, AKM Saiful Islam, GM Tarekul Islam, Debjit Roy
2021 Journal of Geographic Information System  
Land surface temperature (LST) is a basic determinant of the global thermal behavior of the Earth surface.  ...  surface of the Earth would be in a particular location.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thankfully acknowledge the support from the Ministry of Science and Technology of Bangladesh through the National Science and Technology  ... 
doi:10.4236/jgis.2021.134030 fatcat:472kg22c6rbbnorblsv3smtcsm

Climate Change Risk of Urban Growth and Land Use/Land Cover Conversion: An In-Depth Review of the Recent Research in Iran

Sorour Esfandeh, Afshin Danehkar, Abdolrassoul Salmanmahiny, Seyed Mohammad Moein Sadeghi, Marina Viorela Marcu
2021 Sustainability  
This research is the first literature review of the past three decades' studies on the effects of urban developent and land use/land cover (LULC) change on Iran's climate change.  ...  Overall, 79% of the studies used temperature-related factors to explain the climatic impacts of urban growth and LULC conversion.  ...  Monitoring of the Night-Time Land Surface Temperature in Iran Based on Output of the MODIS. Geogr. Res. 2018, 33, 174–190. [CrossRef] 42.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14010338 fatcat:olgq4hhhergdnhox3wxl4m6c2y

Impact of Urbanization on Urban Heat Island Intensity in Major Districts of Bangladesh Using Remote Sensing and Geo-Spatial Tools

Md. Naimur Rahman, Md. Rakib Hasan Rony, Farhana Akter Jannat, Subodh Chandra Pal, Md. Saiful Islam, Edris Alam, Abu Reza Md. Towfiqul Islam
2022 Climate  
Urbanization is closely associated with land use land cover (LULC) changes that correspond to land surface temperature (LST) variation and urban heat island (UHI) intensity.  ...  Major districts of Bangladesh have a large population base and commonly lack the resources to manage fast urbanization effects, so any rise in urban temperature influences the population both directly  ...  Conflicts of Interest: There is no conflict of interest to publish this work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/cli10010003 fatcat:6mammfbgzre2zef7y5oynoistm

Spatial Analysis of Urbanization Patterns in Four Rapidly Growing South Asian Cities Using Sentinel-2 Data

Manjula Ranagalage, Takehiro Morimoto, Matamyo Simwanda, Yuji Murayama
2021 Remote Sensing  
Thus, this study provides vital information on the past land utilization priorities in the four cities, and comparatively proffers guidance on certain critical areas of focus for local, regional, and global  ...  Karachi showed that the only major land use was built-up, while most of the areas were left as open lands. On the other hand, Colombo's urban setup was more fragmented than the other three cities.  ...  Other studies have shown that rapid urban expansion in Mumbai has caused an increase in the land surface temperature (LST) and resulting in UHI [82] [83] [84] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13081531 fatcat:z5b7wbbiv5bvppoukskzc6vvd4

Evaluation of water quantity–quality, floodplain landuse, and land surface temperature (LST) of Turag River in Bangladesh: an integrated approach of geospatial, field, and laboratory analyses

Afsana Hossen Tania, Md. Yousuf Gazi, Md. Bodruddoza Mia
2021 SN Applied Sciences  
The present research deals with the evaluation of water quantity–quality, landuse and landcover (LULC), and land surface temperature (LST) of Turag River and its floodplain by using an integrated approach  ...  The average temperature of the river water from filed observed data is 30.23 °C and from image processed data is about 28.32 °C.  ...  [64] also suggested the positive correlation between urban expansion and increasing land surface temperature (LST) in Dhaka city.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42452-020-04011-3 fatcat:mjm3fl7dfrdyldsielppftoa7u

Advances in remote sensing applications for urban sustainability

Nada Kadhim, Monjur Mourshed, Michaela Bray
2016 Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration  
Various aspects of remote sensing are routinely used to detect and map features and changes on land and sea surfaces, and in the atmosphere that affect urban sustainability.  ...  It is essential to monitor urban evolution at spatial and temporal scales to improve our understanding of the changes in cities and their impact on natural resources and environmental systems.  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been funded by a grant from the Higher Committee of Education Development (HCED) in Iraq.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41207-016-0007-4 fatcat:lqtm3fzalzbdfiy5aegzhdzhia
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