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Convergence of microclimate in residential landscapes across diverse cities in the United States

Hall, SJ, Learned, J, Ruddell, B, Larson, KL, Cavender-Bares, J, Bettez, N, Groffman, PM, Grove, JM, Heffernan, JB, Hobbie, SE, Morse, JL, Neill, C, Nelson, KC, O’Neil-Dunne, JPM, Ogden, L, Pataki, DE, Pearse, WD, Polsky, C, Chowdhury, RR, Steele, MK, and Trammell, TLE. Landscape Ecology 31, no. 1 (January 2016): 101-117.
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