Statistical Analysis of The Thermal Comfort In The Urban Climate of Ilorin-Nigeria: A Three Decade Event
Objectives: Urban thermal comfort is higher than the rural due to massive anthropogenic activities. Hence a statistical and simulation analysis is required to estimate minute changes over the thirty decade. The uncontrolled injection of aerosols from industrial waste emission, decay of matter, biomass burning has its collective effect on the thermal comfort of the urban climate. Methods: The...
Published at RESEARCH JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND HYDROBIOLOGY, ISSN:1816-9112
Published in 2015
M. E. Emetere, A.O. Boyo and M.L. Akinyemi
Akinyemi Marvel » Dr. Marvel Lola Akinyemi is an Associate Professor of Atmospheric and Environmental Physics. She joined Covenant University on 3rd of October, 2005 as an academic staff. Her primary area of research focuses on atmospheric ozone variation, ozone concentration and UV-B radiation, impact of ozone variation on life forms, assessment of atmospheric pollution from anthropogenic activities, simulation... view full profile
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