2020
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.89812
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Gun Mardiatmoko, Jan Wilem Hatulesila

Abstract: It is no stranger that the diminishing amount of forest land to become nonforested in the world has changed the microclimate in almost all urban and rural areas. Thus it globally has triggered climate change. The influence of forests or vegetated areas on climate, especially the microclimate and mesoclimate, is important. The disrupted microclimate will cause anomalies in elements of the microclimate such as rainfall, air temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, wind, etc. Microclimate changes will aff…

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