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Anyone who has walked or bicycled from an open field into a forest on a warm, sunny day or into a shallow topographic depression in the early morning or evening has likely noticed an appreciable change in near-surface air temperature
(hereafter referred to as temperature) across these land use and topographic types.
The sensible heat flux H is expressed as a function of the near-surface air temperature
During the summer months, the daily minimum surface and near-surface air temperature
in the city was 7 degrees F.
The researchers discovered a temperature increase of just 1 degree Celsius in near-surface air temperatures
in the tropics leads to an average annual growth rate of atmospheric carbon dioxide equivalent to one-third of the annual global emissions from combustion of fossil fuels and deforestation combined.