Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong

Lai P-C, Choi CCY, Wong PPY, Thach T-Q, Wong MS, Cheng W, Krämer A, Wong C-M (2015)
Building and Environment 99: 22-28.

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Lai P-C, Choi CCY, Wong PPY, et al. Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong. Building and Environment. 2015;99:22-28.
Lai, P. - C., Choi, C. C. Y., Wong, P. P. Y., Thach, T. - Q., Wong, M. S., Cheng, W., Krämer, A., et al. (2015). Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong. Building and Environment, 99, 22-28. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv.2015.12.022
Lai, P. - C., Choi, C. C. Y., Wong, P. P. Y., Thach, T. - Q., Wong, M. S., Cheng, W., Krämer, A., and Wong, C. - M. (2015). Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong. Building and Environment 99, 22-28.
Lai, P.-C., et al., 2015. Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong. Building and Environment, 99, p 22-28.
P.-C. Lai, et al., “Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong”, Building and Environment, vol. 99, 2015, pp. 22-28.
Lai, P.-C., Choi, C.C.Y., Wong, P.P.Y., Thach, T.-Q., Wong, M.S., Cheng, W., Krämer, A., Wong, C.-M.: Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong. Building and Environment. 99, 22-28 (2015).
Lai, Poh-Chin, Choi, Crystal C.Y., Wong, Paulina P.Y., Thach, Thuan-Quoc, Wong, Man Sing, Cheng, Wei, Krämer, Alexander, and Wong, Chit-Ming. “Spatial analytical methods for deriving a historical map of physiological equivalent temperature of Hong Kong”. Building and Environment 99 (2015): 22-28.