The researchers stressed that the effect of waste heat is distinct from the so-called urban heat island effect.
What does UHI stand for?
UHI stands for Urban Heat Island
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We have 29 other meanings of UHI in our Acronym Attic
- United Home Health Services (Canton, MI)
- University Heights Historical Society (San Diego, CA; est. 1997)
- University Hospitals Health Systems
- Upper Heyford High School
- U-Haul International (various locations)
- Unilever Health Institute
- United Hmong International, Inc
- United Home Improvement (contractor network)
- Universal Health Insurance
- University of the Highlands & Islands Millennium Institute (also seen as UHIMI; Inverness, Scotland)
- United Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (est. 1884)
- United HealthCare Insurance Company
- Urban Heat Island Circulation (geography study)
- Union of the Hideously and Improbably Deformed
- Universal Healthcare Identifier
- University of Houston Industrial Design (Houston, TX)
- Utah Health Info Direct (UtaHealthNet; University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT)
- Urban Heat Island Effect
- Utah Health Information Management Association
- University of the Highlands and Islands Millennium Institute (also seen as UHI; Inverness, Scotland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
These products deflect heat from buildings to reduce air-conditioning costs and urban heat island effect.
Timing of Spring and Fall Affected by Urban Heat Islands The urban heat island effect has been shown to influence the onset of spring and autumn in some areas, but not others.
Xiao-Ling and his team used the TM and ETM+ images of Landsat and proved an urban heat island in one of the metropolises of China during 1990-2000 (Xiao-Ling et al, 2006).
Manufacturer hopes to decrease Urban Heat Island effect Jotun Paints, a leading producer of paints and coatings, has launched an exterior product in the UAE in response to the growing demand for heat-reflective and eco-friendly paints.
Their topics include temperature and urban heat islands, urban mammals, habitat function in urban riparian zones, characteristics of urban soils, lawn ecology, invasive plants and urban environments, urban riparian function, urban stream ecology, services in natural and human dominated ecosystems, green roofs and garden roofs, and green infrastructure planning.
The thermal mapping scheme, which was incidentally undertaken in the winter month of December 2009, showed some areas were witnessing a phenomenon known as urban heat island effect (UHI) - thus necessitating more air-conditioning in these areas.