Publications

Export 161 results:
[ Author(Desc)] Title Type Year
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 
T
Taha, Haider, Hashem Akbari, and Arthur H Rosenfeld. "Heat island and oasis effects of vegetative canopies: micro-meteorological field-measurements." Theoretical and Applied Climatology 44 (1991) 123-138.
Taha, Haider, Steven J Konopacki, and Hashem Akbari. "Impacts of lowered urban air temperatures on precursor emission and ozone air quality." Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 48.9 (1998) 860-865.
Taha, Haider, Hillel Hammer, and Hashem Akbari. Meteorological and air quality impacts of increased urban albedo and vegetative cover in the greater Toronto Area, Canada. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2002. LBNL-49210.
Taha, Haider, Hashem Akbari, Arthur H Rosenfeld, and Yu Joe Huang. "Residential cooling loads and the urban heat island—the effects of albedo." Building and Environment 23 (1988) 271-283.
Taha, Haider, and Robert Bornstein. "Urbanization of meteorological models: implications on simulated heat islands and air quality." Proceedings of the International Congress of Biometeorology and International Conference on Urban Climatology (ICB-ICUC) 1999.
Taha, Haider. "Modeling impacts of increased urban vegetation on ozone air quality in the South Coast Air Basin." Atmospheric Environment 30 (1996) 3423-3430.
Taha, Haider. "Urban climates and heat islands: albedo, evapotranspiration, and anthropogenic heat." Energy and Buildings 25 (1997) 99-103.
Taha, Haider, Steven J Konopacki, and Sasa Gabersek. "Impacts of large-scale surface modifications on meteorological conditions and energy use: a 10-region modeling study." Theoretical and Applied Climatology 62.3-4 (1999) 175-185.
Taha, Haider. Impacts of cool cities on air quality: A preliminary modeling assessment for Nashville, TN, Dallas, TX and Atlanta, GA. 1998. LBNL-42256.
Ting, Michael K, Jonathan G Koomey, and Melvin Pomerantz. Preliminary evaluation of the lifecycle costs and market barriers of reflective pavements. 2001.

Pages