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Chronic heat stress in tropical urban informal settlements

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posted on 28.09.2021, 05:55 by Emma RamsayEmma Ramsay, Genie M. Fleming, Faber, Peter Andrew, S. Fiona Barker, Rohan Sweeney, Ruzka Taruc, Grant DuffyGrant Duffy, Steven ChownSteven Chown

We recorded in situ measurements of air temperature and relative humidity from a network of iButton data loggers (Thermochrons DS1921G and Hygrochrons DS1923-F5#, Maxim Integrated, San Jose, CA) deployed in 12 urban informal settlements in Makassar, Indonesia. Approximately 60 data loggers were deployed per settlement both indoors and outdoors, totalling 778 successfully deployed loggers.

Here we publish temperature and humidity measurements collected between 01/11/18 and 31/05/2019. We also publish heat stress metrics calculated from this data, including wet bulb temperature and wet bulb globe temperature. Finally, we publish data from the same calculations made with weather station data (raw data is available from the Integrated Surface Database, NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information).


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The Wellcome Trust [Our Planet, Our Health Grant 205222/Z/16/Z]

Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship

Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DE190100003)

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