Correlation analysis of land surface temperature and topographic elements in Hangzhou, China.

Scientific Reports
Xiaoxue PengPin Wang

Abstract

In addition to human activities, this study found that topography is also an important factor affecting land surface temperature (LST). In this paper, based on Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS remote sensing images, a radiative transfer model was adopted to retrieve the LST, and a maximum likelihood method was used to remove artificial environmental interference factors, such as water bodies and built-up lands. This paper aims to analyze the influence of topographic factors, such as elevation, slope, aspect and shaded relief, on the LST of Hangzhou. By means of a statistical analysis, we obtained the quantitative relationship between these factors and constructed a multiple linear regression model of terrain factors and LST. The research revealed the following findings: (1) in the study area, elevation and slope are negatively correlated with LST, and all the factors have linear relationships with LST. (2) The relationship between aspect and LST is not significant, and high values of LST are found on the southern, southeastern and southwestern slopes; the lowest values are found on the northern slopes. (3) There is a significant linear relationship between the values of the shaded relief map and LST, and the more shadows there are, the lower...Continue Reading

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Aug 11, 2021·Environmental Science and Pollution Research International·Getachew Bayable, Getnet Alemu

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