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VARIABILITE SPATIALE DES TEMPERATURES MAXIMALES A NICE ENTRE MAI ET SEPTEMBRE 2015

Abstract : Itinerant measures of temperatures realized on a bicycle between May and September, 2015 in Nice were realized. These campaigns of measures took place during 46 days between 2:30 pm and 4 pm to try to measure the maximal temperatures in Nice and its surroundings during hours the hottest of the day. The database constituted by all these campaigns of measures, and for each of her of more than 750 points, is treated by a principal component analysis. So several spatial configurations on the variability of the temperatures in the city are highlighted. The 1st component summarizes the average aspect during all the days and allows to appreciate the strong influence of the environment on the temperatures: the exposure of hillsides on the West strengthens the heat and, on the contrary, the immediate closeness of the coast softens the atmosphere. The 2nd component allows to notice that for several days the coast and the inland are alternately hotter and cooler.
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Nicolas Martin. VARIABILITE SPATIALE DES TEMPERATURES MAXIMALES A NICE ENTRE MAI ET SEPTEMBRE 2015. XXXIe Colloque de l'Association Internationale de Climatologie, Jul 2018, Nice, France. ⟨hal-03396023⟩

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