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Characterising living wall microclimate modifications in sheltered urban conditions
Green infrastructure enhancements are widely advocated to address heat-related risks in cities. The challenge of implementing enhancements in dense cities has necessitated the development of surface greening, with living walls having gained increased prominence in recent years. This paper considered such in-situ applications to quantify the extents of their influence on the microclimates of two sheltered urban conditions. The results highlight the potency of hygrothermal modifications to bedoi:10.17863/cam.58491 fatcat:wr4y2rzhjzdztkfkiwfjfhq7ku