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Weng, Q. and Fu, P. (2014) Modelling Annual Parameters of Land Surface Temperature Variations and Evaluating the Impact of Cloud Cover Using Time Series of Landsat TIR Data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 140, 267-278.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2013.09.002

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Spatio-Temporal Variability in Land Surface Temperature and Its Relationship with Vegetation Types over Ibadan, South-Western Nigeria

    AUTHORS: Blessing Bolarinwa Fabeku, Ifeoluwa Adebowale Balogun, Suleiman Abdul-Azeez Adegboyega, Orimoloye Ipoola Faleyimu

    KEYWORDS: Land Surface Temperature (LST), Land Cover Index, Normalized Differential Vegetation Index (NDVI)

    JOURNAL NAME: Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol.8 No.3, July 12, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Ibadan has experienced a rapid urbanization over the past few decades due to heavy influx of people from different parts of the country as a result of improved economy of the region. This development induced a great change in land use and land cover over the region which has become a major environmental concern recently. This study assessed Land Surface Temperature (LST) and its spatio-temporal relationship with land cover type over Ibadan. Land use/Land cover dynamics were assessed using index maps generated from Landsat Satellite data (TM, ETM+ and OLI) of Ibadan. The corrected thermal Infrared bands of the Landsat data were used to retrieve LST. The results revealed a notable increase in built-up areas from 5.64% of the total land cover area in 1984 to 14.05% in 2014. This change has caused increase in surface temperature of Ibadan from 3.56?C to 8.54?C between 1984 and 2014 respectively. The study recorded a continuous decrease in the vegetal part of Ibadan (from 43.28% in 1984 to 14.76 in 2014) which could be attributed to anthropogenic activities as the vegetated land area lost was been converted to other form of land use. The change was found to be positively correlated to the surface temperature intensity over the region with correlation coefficient, r value of 0.9251, 0.8256 and 0.7017 in 1984, 2000 and 2014 respectively. It is recommended that Policies should be considered for planting trees, new guidelines for urban landscape design and construction.