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Why are temperatures within a city’s neighbourhoods different?

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Temperatures within a city's neighbourhoods can be different Image: Unsplash/Hardik Joshi

Alisha Vasudev
Visual Storyteller, Mongabay
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An illustration showing temperature variance in neighbourhoods of Delhi
The minimum and maximum surface temperatures of three Delhi neighbourhoods with varying socio-economic and physical characteristics Image: Alisha Vasudev/Mongabay

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Temperature change in two Mumbai neighbourhoods Image: Alisha Vasudev/Mongabay

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