Climate, Volume 7, Issue 12 (December 2019) – 12 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Within this review article, advancement and growth opportunities for the interdisciplinary integration of human biometeorological aspects within existing and future local adaptation efforts are evaluated. More specifically, the article deliberates on numerous scientific interferences that must be strengthened, inclusively between the: (i) climatic assessments of both top–down and bottom–up approaches to local human thermal wellbeing; (ii) rooted associations between qualitative (i.e., psychological) and quantitative (i.e., physiological) aspects of human thermal comfort standards in both outdoor and indoor environments; and (iii) efficiency and easy-to-understand communication with nonclimatic experts that play an equally fundamental role in consolidating effective adaptation responses in an era of climate change.View this paper.
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