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Intra-Urban Microclimate Effects on Phenology
The urban heat island effect is commonly defined as the thermal differences between cooler rural and warmer urban areas, but it also refers to microclimatic differences within an urban area that arises from varied combinations of land cover related to different land uses. Microclimatic variations should also produce intra-urban differences in vegetation phenophases, although few studies have investigated urban phenology. Most phenological studies are usually regional to continental in scale,doi:10.3390/urbansci2010026 fatcat:i67kvtp4ebemnexi3c73xffngy