Melissa Hart
Melissa Hart
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Quantifying the influence of land-use and surface characteristics on spatial variability in the urban heat island
MA Hart, DJ Sailor
Theoretical and applied climatology 95 (3), 397-406, 2009
3822009
Public perception and behavior change in relationship to hot weather and air pollution
JC Semenza, DJ Wilson, J Parra, BD Bontempo, M Hart, DJ Sailor, ...
Environmental research 107 (3), 401-411, 2008
2232008
Climate change implications for wind power resources in the Northwest United States
DJ Sailor, M Smith, M Hart
Renewable Energy 33 (11), 2393-2406, 2008
1672008
Weather sensitivity in household appliance energy end-use
M Hart, R De Dear
Energy and Buildings 36 (2), 161-174, 2004
1342004
Quantifying urban heat island intensity in Hong Kong SAR, China
LW Siu, MA Hart
Environmental monitoring and assessment 185 (5), 4383-4398, 2013
942013
Development of a national anthropogenic heating database with an extrapolation for international cities
DJ Sailor, M Georgescu, JM Milne, MA Hart
Atmospheric Environment 118, 7-18, 2015
912015
Climate change and thermal comfort in Hong Kong
CSC Cheung, MA Hart
International Journal of Biometeorology 58 (2), 137-148, 2014
642014
Synoptic analysis of heat-related mortality in Sydney, Australia, 1993–2001
P Vaneckova, MA Hart, PJ Beggs, RJ De Dear
International journal of biometeorology 52 (6), 439-451, 2008
642008
The impact of environmental and human factors on urban heat and microclimate variability
PPY Wong, PC Lai, CT Low, S Chen, M Hart
Building and Environment 95, 199-208, 2016
572016
A synoptic climatology of tropospheric ozone episodes in Sydney, Australia
M Hart, R De Dear, R Hyde
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2006
522006
The impact of an urban canopy and anthropogenic heat fluxes on Sydney's climate
S Ma, A Pitman, M Hart, JP Evans, N Haghdadi, I MacGill
International Journal of Climatology, 2017
402017
A synoptic climatology of pollen concentrations during the six warmest months in Sydney, Australia
MA Hart, R De Dear, PJ Beggs
International Journal of Biometeorology 51 (3), 209-220, 2007
282007
A bottom-up approach for estimating latent and sensible heat emissions from anthropogenic sources
DJ Sailor, A Brooks, M Hart, S Heiple
Seventh symposium on the urban environment, San Diego, California, 10-13, 2007
272007
Visualising the relationships between synoptic circulation type and air quality in Sydney, a subtropical coastal‐basin environment
N Jiang, Y Scorgie, M Hart, ML Riley, J Crawford, PJ Beggs, GC Edwards, ...
International Journal of Climatology 37 (3), 1211-1228, 2017
232017
5.6 AN anthropogenic heating database for major US cities
DJ Sailor, M Hart
202006
Evaluating the effectiveness of mitigation options on heat stress for Sydney, Australia
S Ma, A Pitman, J Yang, C Carouge, JP Evans, M Hart, D Green
Journal of applied meteorology and climatology 57 (2), 209-220, 2018
182018
Meteorological controls on atmospheric particulate pollution during hazard reduction burns
GD Virgilio, MA Hart, N Jiang
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18 (9), 6585-6599, 2018
132018
Assessing causes in spatial variability in urban heat island magnitude
M Hart, DJ Sailor
Seventh Symposium on the Urban Environment, San Diego, CA 9, 2007
132007
Summer average urban-rural surface temperature differences do not indicate the need for urban heat reduction
A Martilli, M Roth, W Chow, M Demuzere, M Lipson, ES Krayenhoff, ...
OSF Preprints, 2020
102020
Appliance Electricity End-Use: weather and climate sensitivity
R de Dear
Canberra, Australia: Australian Greenhouse Office, 2002
92002
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