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Abreu LV, Labaki LC, Matzarakis A, 2015: Effect of tree planting design and tree species on human thermal comfort in the tropics. Landscape and Urban Planning, 139: 99-109.

Balslev Y, Potchter O, Matzarakis A, 2015: Climatic ans thermal comfort analysis of the Tel-Aviv Geddes Plan: An historical perspective. Building and Environment, 93: 302-318.

Charalampopoulos I, Tsiros I, Chronopoulou-Sereli A, Matzarakis A, 2015: A note on the evolution of the daily pattern of thermal comfort related microclimatic parameters in small urban sites in Athens. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59: 1223-1236.

Farajzadeh H, Saligheh M, Alijani B, Matzarakis A, 2015: Comparison of selected thermal indices in the northwest of Iran. Natural Environmental Change, 1: 61-80.

Giannaros TM, Melas D, Matzarakis A, 2015: Evaluation of thermal bioclimate based on observational data and numerical simulations: An application to Greece. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59: 151-164.

Jung C, Schindler D, 2015: Statistical model of near-surface wind speed: a case study from baden-Württemberg (southwest Germany). Austin J. Earth Sci., 2: 1006.

Karagiorgos K, Thaler Th, Maris F, Paparrizos S, Fuchs S, 2015: Private adaptation strategies and implementation in flood risk management: why do people do nothing? Geophysical Research Abstracts, 17, EGU2015-257, Vienna, Austria.

Katavoutas G, Flocas HA, Matzarakis A, 2015: Thermal comfort under non-steady-state conditions: the case after the transition from an indoor ro an outdoor hot environment. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59: 205-216.

Ketterer C, Matzarakis A, 2015: Comparison of Different Methods for the Assessment of the Urban Heat Island in Stuttgart, Germany. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59: 1299-1309.

Lee H, 2015: Increasing heat waves require human-biometeorological analyses on the planning-related potential to mitigate human heat stress within urban districts. Ph.D. Thesis, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg.

Lee H, Mayer H, 2015: Green coverage changes within an ESE-WNW street canyon as a planning measure to maintan human thermal comfort on a heat wave day. Proceedings of PLEA 2015, 1-6. 

Lee H, Mayer H, 2015: Human thermal comfort within an urban district dependent on topography and different planning scenarios - numerical case study for the city of Stuttgart (Southwest Germany) on a heat wave day. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Urban Climate, 19-24 July 2015, Toulouse, France.

Lee H, Mayer H, 2015: Mitigation of heat stress for pedestrians by different green scenarios: numerical simulations for a residential district in Freiburg (Southwest Germany). Proceedings of METTOOLSIX, 17-19 March 2015, Offenbach, Germany.

Lin TP, Yang SR, Matzarakis A, 2015: Customized rating assessment of climate suitability (CRACS): climate satisfaction evaluation based on subjective perception. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59: 1825-1837.

Maris F, Kitikidou K, Paparrizos S, Karagiorgos K, Potouridis S, Fuchs S, 2015: Regional hazard analysis for use in vulnerability and risk assessment. Quaestiones Geographicae, 34(3): 77-84.

Martinelli L, Battisti A, Matzarakis A, 2015: Multicriteria analysis model for urban open space renovation: An application for Rome. Sustainable Cities and Society, 14: e10-e20.

Martinelli L, Lin TP, Matzarakis A, 2015: Assessment of the influence of daily shadings pattern on human thermal comfort and attendance in Rome during summer period. Building and Environment, 92: 30-38.

Matzarakis A, Fröhlich D, 2015: Sport events and climate for visitors - The case of FIFA World Cup in Qatar 2022. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59: 481-486.

Matzarakis A, Fröhlich D, Gangwisch M, Ketterer C, Peer A, 2015: Developments and applications of thermal indices in urban structures by RayMan and SkyHelios model. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Urban Climate, Toulouse, France.

Matzarakis A, Röckle R, Mayer H, 2015: Urban climatic map studies in Germany - Freiburg. In: E Ng, Ren C, (Eds.) The urban climatic map for sustainable planning. Earthsacan by Routledge. Chapter 26: 369-379.

Nastos PT, Matzarakis A, Nikolopoulou M, Lin TP, 2015: Andvances in Urban Biometeorology 2014. Advances in Meteorology, Article ID 273831, 4 pages.

Ndetto EL, Matzarakis A, 2015: Urban climate and human-biometeorological studies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, 8: 175-191.

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Kitikidou K, Anastasiou Th, Potouridis S, 2015: Comparative analysis of soil erosion sensitivity using various quantizations within GIS environment: an application on Sperchios River basin in Central Greece. International Journal of River Basin Management, 13(4): 475-486.

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Papageorgiou O, Karagiorgos K, Fuchs S, Matzarakis A, 2015: Sensitivity analysis of various Potential Evapotranspiration formulas for Crete Island in Greece.Geophysical Research Abstracts, 17, EGU, EGU2015-8556-1, Vienna, Austria.

Vitt R, Gulyas A, Matzarakis A, 2015: Temporal differences of urban-rural human biometeorological factors for planning and tourism in Szeged, Hungary. Advances in meteorology, Article ID 987576, 8 pages.

Yang SQ, Matzarakis A, 2015: Linking human-biometeorological thermal conditions with Köppen-Geiger climate classification updated - The example of China. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Urban Climate, Toulouse, France.

Yang SQ, Matzarakis A, 2015: Study of human-thermal comfort for landscape architecture - The example of Shanghai, China. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Urban Climate, Toulouse, France.

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