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Does historic construction suffer or benefit from the urban heat island effect in Ghent and global warming across Europe?

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Vandemeulebroucke, Isabeau, Klaas Calle, Steven Caluwaerts, Tim De Kock, and Nathan Van Den Bossche. 2019. “Does Historic Construction Suffer or Benefit from the Urban Heat Island Effect in Ghent and Global Warming Across Europe?” Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering.
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Vandemeulebroucke, I., Calle, K., Caluwaerts, S., De Kock, T., & Van Den Bossche, N. (2019). Does historic construction suffer or benefit from the urban heat island effect in Ghent and global warming across Europe? CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING.
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Vandemeulebroucke I, Calle K, Caluwaerts S, De Kock T, Van Den Bossche N. Does historic construction suffer or benefit from the urban heat island effect in Ghent and global warming across Europe? CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. 2019;
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Vandemeulebroucke, Isabeau et al. “Does Historic Construction Suffer or Benefit from the Urban Heat Island Effect in Ghent and Global Warming Across Europe?” CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING (2019): n. pag. Print.
@article{8610791,
  author       = {Vandemeulebroucke, Isabeau and Calle, Klaas and Caluwaerts, Steven and De Kock, Tim and Van Den Bossche, Nathan},
  issn         = {0315-1468},
  journal      = {CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Does historic construction suffer or benefit from the urban heat island effect in Ghent and global warming across Europe?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjce-2018-0594},
  year         = {2019},
}

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