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Climate, Volume 7, Issue 2 (February 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Green spaces can play an important role in providing favorable thermal comfort conditions for users [...] Read more. Green spaces can play an important role in providing favorable thermal comfort conditions for users of outdoor spaces. To address this issue, a structured experiment was developed where a defined set of individuals was exposed to differentiated microclimate conditions, in four nearby locations inside a garden. This experiment took place in summer and early autumn conditions. Results show that a wide range of thermal sensations were found during this experiment. Data analysis shows the influence of air temperature, global radiation, wind speed, and interviewees’ gender on thermal sensations. Results suggest that diverse micrometeorological conditions can offer additional adaptive opportunities for green space users. View this paper.