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Influence of the urban vegetation on thermal dissipation and gaseous pollutants
AGATHÓN - International Journal of Architecture Art and Design
In the urban environment, resilience is a result of the shocks caused by pollution, noise and changes in land usage, through the process of 'artificialization', typical of the process of building a city. Since the city is unthinkable without natural elements, therefore, it is important to study the tolerance to the 'denaturalization' urban system. The main objective of the article is to determine the benefits of urban vegetation on thermal dissipation and gaseous pollutants. From studiesdoi:10.19229/2464-9309/6152019 doaj:f82d8ee7f2db47f9aabc8ec67a27043a fatcat:uc6iuh45lbfplbgpqqqqfqteiy