My academic training is in physical geography and boundary layer climatology and
meteorology. My current research combines surface and boundary layer meteorology and
climatology with remote sensing and GIS. It focuses on the importance of the surface.
|Thermal remote sensing of urban areas and the use of remote sensors to estimate
the surface temperature including the observation and modelling of
anisotropic thermal emissions by rough surfaces.|
|Application of thermal remote sensing to the study of surface
|Modelling urban surface temperatures. |
|Urban micro- and meso-climatology with an emphasis upon processes
occurring within the urban canopy layer (below building roof-top level) and the
interaction between the urban built form and the climate of urban areas. |
|Parameterizations of urban effects for applied climatology related to building
design and urban planning|
|Methods of climate measurements in urban areas, especially traverse
methodologies for gathering climate data, radiative source areas, and the variability of measurements with scale.
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