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Erschienen in: Landscape and Ecological Engineering 1/2024

26.08.2023 | Original Paper

Assessing the effects of structural composition of plant communities neighbouring urban lake wetlands on air temperature and relative humidity

verfasst von: Han Liu, Jing Wang, Dingyi Hao, Arkadiusz Przybysz, Chunyang Zhu

Erschienen in: Landscape and Ecological Engineering | Ausgabe 1/2024

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Abstract

Air temperature increases in cities related to urban development have been recognised as having severely negative consequences for human health and have received worldwide attention. The urban water and green spaces can help improve cooling and humidifying conditions. However, the synergistic control of both water and neighbouring green spaces on air temperature (T) and humidity (RH) requires the identification of their interactive factors, which has rarely been undertaken. In this study, we investigated the spatiotemporal variability of air T and RH effects of urban lake wetlands and four structural composition of green spaces neighbourhoods within a 500 m buffer in the summer in Wuhan, China using a land use regression (LUR) approach. The results indicated that models for air T and RH were successfully developed, with adjusted R2 of 0.414–0.968 and 0.574–0.984 (P < 0.05), respectively. Correlation analysis revealed that the water area (Area_W), green space area (Area_G), and distance from the wetland (DL) were excellent predictors of air T and RH, whereas wind speed (Wind_S) was the crucial impact variable on RH (P < 0.05). Additionally, urban lake wetlands can significantly strengthen the cooling and humidifying capacity of green spaces within 200 m of the surrounding area. Large lake wetlands considerably enhanced T and RH variances across green spaces with different structural compositions, and the air T and RH in the tree-shrub-herb (TSH) green space were the most significant with 0.4–0.9 ℃ lower T and 1.3–2.1% RH higher than that in herb (H) in the summer.

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Metadaten
Titel
Assessing the effects of structural composition of plant communities neighbouring urban lake wetlands on air temperature and relative humidity
verfasst von
Han Liu
Jing Wang
Dingyi Hao
Arkadiusz Przybysz
Chunyang Zhu
Publikationsdatum
26.08.2023
Verlag
Springer Japan
Erschienen in
Landscape and Ecological Engineering / Ausgabe 1/2024
Print ISSN: 1860-1871
Elektronische ISSN: 1860-188X
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11355-023-00573-7

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