Influenced Factors of Heat Islands Effect Temperature Increase: Case Study Pathum Thani province, Thailand

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SORACHA WAIWORAGIT

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The resulting heat affects temperature and associated with urban development in the formation of heat islands. Objective studies the causes of the occurrence and analyzes the amount of heat in air and surface. The process of preparing an energy budget at a constant average temperature system. However, the rising temperature in this study caused by factors related to nature and human action, where the excess calorific value generated from human use of electricity causes changes in temperature and climatic characteristics.

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