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Microclimate

The microclimate is the modified climate close to a building, usually due to man’s intervention refers to a local atmospheric zone. The term may refer to areas as small as a garden or many kilometres away. Microclimates exist, for example near a small lake which may cool the local atmosphere, or in densely urban areas.  The cars, houses, concrete, asphalt and buildings absorb the sun’s energy, heat up the air resulting urban microclimate create a need for high-performance fibre for city use, and names as micro-fleece and cool-max.


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