Tag Archives: airports

Salt Lake City Airport & Reno Nevada Airport

An interesting example of the Airport Heat Island Effect and a graph of Salt Lake City International Airport compared to ‘nearby’ stations as listed by Wunderground.
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An Example Airport Issue

A brief survey of San Jose Airport, Reid Hillview Airport and surrounding temperature fields, showing how the airports are relatively hot on a cold clear night when compared with the areas furthest from the urban center and closest to the more pristine surrounding hillsides. Continue reading

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Airports A Tarmac Tale

Tarmac at Airports is likely the culprit. Continue reading

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