Dr. Fragomeni presents on Changes to Land Surface Temperature and Land Cover in Fairfield and New Haven Counties

On Monday, June 21, Dr. Mariana Fragomeni presented the recent findings of her research on how different types of land cover affect surface temperatures in Fairfield and New Haven counties in a Connecticut Institute for Resilience & Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) webinar. This project is part of the Resilient Connecticut project, which included graduate student and adjunct professor Tracey Miller and undergraduate student Katherine Day (BLA class 2022).

For more information on this project, see the following page: Identifying the Change in Heat Vulnerability and Land-use Influence | Resilient Connecticut (uconn.edu)

Webinar presentation: https://youtu.be/sZXkBb33iWY

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