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AbstractDespite the importance of urban trees' surface temperature in assessing micro-climate interactions between trees and the surrounding environment, their diurnal evolution has been largely understudied at a city-wide scale due to a lack of effective thermal observations. By downscaling ECOSTRESS land surface temperature imaginary over New York City, we provide the first diurnal analysis of city-scale canopy temperature. Research reveals a remarkable spatial variation of the canopydoi:10.1038/s41598-021-89972-0 pmid:34006981 fatcat:av7hlpuovndwbow4yeveh4vy34