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Dans quelles mesures les nouvelles techniques d'aménagement ont-elles un impact sur le climat urbain ?

Abstract : New urban planning techniques must take more and more elements into account, including the impact on the cities’ climate. Indeed, anthropogenic activities play an important role in the creation of microclimates that form urban heat islands (UHIs). This master thesis questionnes the impact of these new planning techniques on the urban climate. Urban redevelopment projects, in the context of the fight against UHIs, take many parameters into account, but four have been studied here for their recurrence in all projects: vegetalisation, water management, urban forms and infrastructures. Thus, the examples of the city of Montreal and the Belle-Beille district in Angers have been studied for their representativeness and their innovations. These examples were used as a basis for the results to be exploited and analyzed. Actually, they allowed us to take a step back from the developments that are currently being implemented and their effectiveness. It was also possible to go further in the reflection by presenting the real impact of these new developments techniques and how to evaluate them at different scales, the new techniques being experimented with and the limits and lacks the projects.
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Pauline Recurt. Dans quelles mesures les nouvelles techniques d'aménagement ont-elles un impact sur le climat urbain ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03000926⟩

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