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MCITY Brazil Project

Oliveira, Amauri Pereira De; Marques Filho, Edson P.; Ferreira, Mauricio Jonas; Soares, Jacyra Ramos; Codato, Georgia; Landulfo, Eduardo; Ribeiro, Flavia Noronha Dutra; Assis, Eleonora Sad De; Pereira, Maxsuel M. R.; Mlakar, Primoz; Boznar, Marija Z.; Escobedo, João Francisco; Quintão, Demilson A.; Costa, Tassio Santos; Ruman, Caio Jorge; Souza, Luana Antunes Tolentino; Valença, Rafael Lima; Rabello, Flávia D; Gama, Carine Malagolini Universidade De São Paulo

São Paulo Spring School on Urban Climate at Tropical Regions: Observational and Modeling Features

IAG-USP; São Paulo 2013

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  • Título:
    MCITY Brazil Project
  • Autor: Oliveira, Amauri Pereira De; Marques Filho, Edson P.; Ferreira, Mauricio Jonas; Soares, Jacyra Ramos; Codato, Georgia; Landulfo, Eduardo; Ribeiro, Flavia Noronha Dutra; Assis, Eleonora Sad De; Pereira, Maxsuel M. R.; Mlakar, Primoz; Boznar, Marija Z.; Escobedo, João Francisco; Quintão, Demilson A.; Costa, Tassio Santos; Ruman, Caio Jorge; Souza, Luana Antunes Tolentino; Valença, Rafael Lima; Rabello, Flávia D; Gama, Carine Malagolini
  • Universidade De São Paulo
  • Assuntos: Clima; Espaço Urbano; Meteorologia (Projeto)
  • É parte de: São Paulo Spring School on Urban Climate at Tropical Regions: Observational and Modeling Features
  • Descrição: The Project Mcity Brazil is designed to assess the main features of the urban climate of the major Brazilian cities and to systematize the procedure of investigation to be easily extended to other urban areas. The major focus of this project is to estimate observationally the major components of the energy budget at the surface and the dynamic and thermodynamic properties of the planetary boundary layer over urban areas of Brazil. The metropolitan regions of São Paulo (MRSP) and Rio de Janeiro (MRRJ) were chosen as the starting point in this project because they are' the largest conurbations of Brazil. Altogether, they occupy approximateJy 13,733 km2 with a population of 31.6 million inhabitants and a fleet of 10.6 rnillion vehicles. These two metropolitan areas contribute to almost 45% of the Brazilian gross domestic product. In this work the major features of the urban climate of both regions are reviewed considering as reference the available literature and in situ observations carried out during the MCity project. Special attention will be given to the methodology used to estimate the main components of surface energy budget and to characterize the seasonal evolution of the urban boundary layer in the MRSP.
    FAPESP
    FAPERJ
    CNPq
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  • Títulos relacionados: São Paulo Spring School on Urban Climate at Tropical Regions: Observational and Modeling Features
  • Editor: IAG-USP; São Paulo
  • Data de publicação: 2013
  • Idioma: Inglês

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