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Although there are many scientific peer-reviewed journal articles studying the Urban Heat Island effect in depth for different case study cities around the world from a climatological perspective, there seems to be a gap between the sophisticated available technologies (remote sensing), and the local UHI policies for the vast majority of medium-size to large cities. Urban planners punctually use images processed by remote sensing, but our discipline has not appropriated such a powerful tooldoi:10.7480/abe.2017.20.3460 fatcat:pq5tbxxkxjbcfgylgcjcyc7vzq