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Volume 62, Number 1, 2019

Editorial: Urban Heat Island (UHI) and its Mitigation through Urban Planning, Design, and Landscaping
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Jusuf, Steve Kardinal; Ignatius, Marcel; Hien, Wong Nyuk; Akbari, Hasheem

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Design for climate resilience: influence of environmental conditions on thermal sensation in subtropical high-density cities
pp. 3-13(11)
Authors: Tan, Zheng; Chung, Sum Ching; Roberts, Adam Charles; Lau, Kevin Ka-Lun

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Solar irradiance simulation for evaluating thermal comfort in urban environment
pp. 14-25(12)
Authors: Wang, Binfang; Png, Ching Eng

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Effects of urban geometry and green area on thermal condition of urban street canyons in Bangkok
pp. 35-46(12)
Authors: Takkanon, Pattaranan; Chantarangul, Pudtan

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Influence of residents’ behaviour on the thermal environment of a common garden path for detached houses in summer
pp. 47-57(11)
Authors: Kumakura, Eiko; Miyakawa, Yui; Sunaga, Nobuyuki; Onodera, Hiroko; Fukasawa, Tomomi

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A review of breathable residential areas in Xi'an of China
pp. 58-65(8)
Authors: Zhen, Meng; Zhou, Dian; He, Yuanping; Yu, Chuck Wah; Liu, Ying; Dong, Qi

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Wind environment of urban residential blocks: a research review
pp. 66-73(8)
Authors: Zhen, Meng; Zhou, Dian; Bian, Guangmeng; Yang, Yang; Liu, Ying

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A bibliometric review of green building research 2000–2016
pp. 74-88(15)
Authors: Zhao, Xianbo; Zuo, Jian; Wu, Guangdong; Huang, Can

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