A geomatics based road surface temperature prediction model

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A geomatics based road surface temperature prediction model. / Chapman, Lee; Thornes, John.

In: Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 360, 01.05.2006, p. 68-80.

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title = "A geomatics based road surface temperature prediction model",
abstract = "A GIS-based model for the prediction of road surface temperature is presented that has the ability to explain up to 74% of the spatial variation in road surface temperature in the West Midlands, UK. The approach combines basic spatial data sets with a synergy of surveying techniques to produce a geographical parameter database that drives the spatial component of a road weather prediction model. By measuring and modelling geographical parameters such as altitude, landuse, road construction and the sky-view factor, pre-existing components of road ice prediction systems can be united to provide a dynamic road ice prediction system. (c) 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.",
keywords = "model, forecast, west midlands, road surface temperature, GPS, URGENT, GIS",
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