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A STUDY ON ACTUAL WEATHER CONDITIONS CONSIDERING LAND USE AND ALTITUDE IN ADJOINING CITIES : The case of Nagano city and Suzaka city, Japan

  • IWAI Kazuhiro
    Dept. of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Faculty of Eng., Shinshu Univ.
  • TAKAGI Naoki
    Dept. of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Faculty of Eng., Shinshu Univ.
  • YAMASHITA Yasuhiro
    Dept. of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Faculty of Eng., Shinshu Univ.

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  • 隣接する都市における土地利用と標高を考慮した気象の実態に関する研究 : 長野市と須坂市を対象にして
  • リンセツ スル トシ ニ オケル トチ リヨウ ト ヒョウコウ オ コウリョ シタ キショウ ノ ジッタイ ニ カンスル ケンキュウ ナガノシ ト スザカシ オ タイショウ ニ シテ

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Abstract

In order to research the actual weather conditions in adjoining cities (Nagano City and Suzaka City), Weather maps were drawn with temperature and relative humidity data. The authors obtained the following results: (1) Temperature and relative humidity data in Suzaka City correlated with land use and altitude. (2) Weather maps of level area were made by drawing with land use maps through observing remote sensing data and measurement data of weather. (3) Weather maps of hilly area were made by drawing with altitude maps and measurement data of weather. (4) Weather maps at the coldest day in Nagano City and Suzaka City were made by drawing with the level area and the hilly area data. As result, Temperature of Suzaka City in early morning is lower than that of Nagano City. (5) Wind direction and wind velocity was factor of the difference between a temperature in Nagano City and Suzaka City. In Suzaka City, Mountain and valley winds are major influence factor.

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