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Long-term and fine-scale satellite monitoring of the urban heat island effect by the fusion of multi-temporal and multi-sensor

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标题: Long-term and fine-scale satellite monitoring of the urban heat island effect by the fusion of multi-temporal and multi-sensor remote sensed data: A 26-year case study of the city of Wuhan in China
作者: Shen, HF (Shen, Huanfeng); Huang, LW (Huang, Liwen); Zhang, LP (Zhang, Liangpei); Wu, PH (Wu, Penghai); Zeng, C (Zeng, Chao)
来源出版物: REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT  卷: 172  页: 109-125  DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2015.11.005  出版年: JAN 2016
摘要: The trade-off between the temporal and spatial resolutions, and/or the influence of cloud cover, makes it difficult to obtain continuous fine-scale satellite data for surface urban heat island (SUHI) analysis. To relieve these difficulties, this study employs multi-temporal and multi-sensor fusion methods for a long-term and fine-scale summer SUHI analysis of the city of Wuhan in China. By integrating several series of satellite images, we generated 26-year (1988 to 2013) high spatial resolution (Landsat-like) summer land surface temperature (LST) data. This series of data was then used for a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the SUHI patterns, evolution characteristics, and mechanisms. This study not only provides a generalized research framework for the long-term and fine-scale analysis of the SUHI effect, but also reveals several findings about the heat distribution and SUHI characteristics in Wuhan. Firstly, our results show that the high temperature and sub-high temperature areas were continuously concentrated from rural to urban areas, but the high temperature area within the old city zones showed an obvious decreasing tendency. Secondly, a more important finding is that the SUHI intensity first increased and then decreased over the 26 years. The maximum temperature difference between the city zone and the rural area was in 2003 (7.19 K for the old city zone, and 4.65 K for the area within the third ring road). Finally, we confirm that the relationships between heat distribution and land cover (especially vegetation and impervious surfaces) were interannually stable, and that the influences of industry, businesses, and residential districts on the SUHI effect were in descending order in Wuhan. (C) 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 


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