Ariane Middel
Ariane Middel
Associate Professor | School of Arts, Media and Engineering, Arizona State University
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Impact of urban form and design on mid-afternoon microclimate in Phoenix Local Climate Zones
A Middel, K Häb, AJ Brazel, CA Martin, S Guhathakurta
Landscape and urban planning 122, 16-28, 2014
Impact of shade on outdoor thermal comfort—a seasonal field study in Tempe, Arizona
A Middel, N Selover, B Hagen, N Chhetri
International journal of biometeorology 60, 1849-1861, 2016
Urban forestry and cool roofs: Assessment of heat mitigation strategies in Phoenix residential neighborhoods
A Middel, N Chhetri, R Quay
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14 (1), 178-186, 2015
II (2016). Remote sensing of the surface urban heat island and land architecture in Phoenix, Arizona: combined effects of land composition and configuration and cadastral …
X Li, W Li, A Middel, SL Harlan, A Brazel, BL Turner
Remote Sensing of Environment 174, 233-243, 2016
Generating WUDAPT Level 0 data–Current status of production and evaluation
B Bechtel, PJ Alexander, C Beck, J Böhner, O Brousse, J Ching, ...
Urban climate 27, 24-45, 2019
Urban form and composition of street canyons: A human-centric big data and deep learning approach
A Middel, J Lukasczyk, S Zakrzewski, M Arnold, R Maciejewski
Landscape and Urban Planning 183, 122-132, 2019
Sky View Factor footprints for urban climate modeling
A Middel, J Lukasczyk, R Maciejewski, M Demuzere, M Roth
Urban climate 25, 120-134, 2018
Micrometeorological determinants of pedestrian thermal exposure during record-breaking heat in Tempe, Arizona: Introducing the MaRTy observational platform
A Middel, ES Krayenhoff
Science of the total environment 687, 137-151, 2019
Mapping Europe into local climate zones
M Demuzere, B Bechtel, A Middel, G Mills
PloS one 14 (4), e0214474, 2019
Opportunities and challenges for personal heat exposure research
ER Kuras, MB Richardson, MM Calkins, KL Ebi, JJ Hess, KW Kintziger, ...
Environmental Health Perspectives 125 (8), 085001, 2017
Assessing local climate zones in arid cities: The case of Phoenix, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada
C Wang, A Middel, SW Myint, S Kaplan, AJ Brazel, J Lukasczyk
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 141, 59-71, 2018
Does the spatial arrangement of urban landscape matter? Examples of urban warming and cooling in Phoenix and Las Vegas
SW Myint, B Zheng, E Talen, C Fan, S Kaplan, A Middel, M Smith, ...
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 1 (4), 1-15, 2015
Impacts of green roofs on water, temperature, and air quality: A bibliometric review
H Liu, F Kong, H Yin, A Middel, X Zheng, J Huang, H Xu, D Wang, Z Wen
Building and Environment 196, 107794, 2021
Energy saving potential of fragmented green spaces due to their temperature regulating ecosystem services in the summer
F Kong, C Sun, F Liu, H Yin, F Jiang, Y Pu, G Cavan, C Skelhorn, ...
Applied Energy 183, 1428-1440, 2016
Cooling hot cities: a systematic and critical review of the numerical modelling literature
ES Krayenhoff, AM Broadbent, L Zhao, M Georgescu, A Middel, JA Voogt, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (5), 053007, 2021
European climate change perceptions: Public support for mitigation and adaptation policies
B Hagen, A Middel, D Pijawka
Environmental policy and governance 26 (3), 170-183, 2016
Sky view factors from synthetic fisheye photos for thermal comfort routing-a case study in Phoenix, Arizona
A Middel, J Lukasczyk, R Maciejewski
The co-production of sustainable future scenarios
DM Iwaniec, EM Cook, MJ Davidson, M Berbés-Blázquez, M Georgescu, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 197, 103744, 2020
Hot playgrounds and children's health: A multiscale analysis of surface temperatures in Arizona, USA
JK Vanos, A Middel, GR McKercher, ER Kuras, BL Ruddell
Landscape and Urban Planning 146, 29-42, 2016
Solar reflective pavements—A policy panacea to heat mitigation?
A Middel, VK Turner, FA Schneider, Y Zhang, M Stiller
Environmental research letters 15 (6), 064016, 2020
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