Field experiment on the oasis effect of urban areas using potted plants

Aya Hagishima, Ken Ichi Narita, Jun Tanimoto

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An experimental study, using potted plants was, conducted to estimate the oasis effects of urban areas. The study for 28 days shows that evaporation rate of an isolated plant is one-and-half times larger than that of plant placed in the center of a dense canopy. The experiment was accompanied by noting the evaporation rate of 55 potted plants, arranged at an interval of 3.6 meters. It was observed that evaporation rate increased with an decrease in the vegetation density.

Original languageEnglish
Pages243-245
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2004
Event5th Symposium on the Urban Environment - Vancouver, BC, Canada
Duration: Aug 23 2004Aug 26 2004

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Other5th Symposium on the Urban Environment
CountryCanada
CityVancouver, BC
Period8/23/048/26/04

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Hagishima, A., Narita, K. I., & Tanimoto, J. (2004). Field experiment on the oasis effect of urban areas using potted plants. 243-245. Paper presented at 5th Symposium on the Urban Environment, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Field experiment on the oasis effect of urban areas using potted plants. / Hagishima, Aya; Narita, Ken Ichi; Tanimoto, Jun.

2004. 243-245 Paper presented at 5th Symposium on the Urban Environment, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

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Hagishima, A, Narita, KI & Tanimoto, J 2004, 'Field experiment on the oasis effect of urban areas using potted plants' Paper presented at 5th Symposium on the Urban Environment, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 8/23/04 - 8/26/04, pp. 243-245.
Hagishima A, Narita KI, Tanimoto J. Field experiment on the oasis effect of urban areas using potted plants. 2004. Paper presented at 5th Symposium on the Urban Environment, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Hagishima, Aya ; Narita, Ken Ichi ; Tanimoto, Jun. / Field experiment on the oasis effect of urban areas using potted plants. Paper presented at 5th Symposium on the Urban Environment, Vancouver, BC, Canada.3 p.
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