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Building Thermal Performance Varies During Extreme Heat within Cities


Abstract This document has been superseded by our peer-reviewed publication:
Building Thermal Performance, Climate Change, and Urban Heat Vulnerability, Matthew Nahlik, Mikhail Chester, Stephanie Pincetl, David Eisenman, Deepak Sivaraman, and Paul English, 2017, ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 23(3), doi:10.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000349

The publication is available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000349

The leading source of weather-related deaths in the United States is heat, and future projections show that the frequency, duration, and intensity of heat events will increase in the Southwest. Presently, there is a dearth of knowledge abou... (more)
Contributor Nahlik, Matthew (Author) / Chester, Mikhail (Author) / Pincetl, Stephanie (Author) / Eisenman, David (Author) / Sivaraman, Deepak (Author) / English, Paul (Author)
Identifier Stock Number: ASU-SSEBE-CESEM-2015-RPR-003
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Collaborating Institutions School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) / Center for Earth Systems Engineering and Management
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