This dataset presents meteorological data and field surveys carried out at 21 urban locations in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The data describe the thermal situation and the thermal experience of different urban environments. The experiments were carried out during 12 summer afternoons in 2015 and 2016. In total, 21 locations in Amsterdam (shaded and sunny locations in parks, streets, squares, and near water bodies) were measured with two mobile weather stations. The data can be used to evaluate the impact of shading, urban water and urban green on the microclimate and thermal perception of urban spaces during hot summer days.
|Date made available||29 Nov 2018|
|Date of data production||29 Jan 2018|