The sources are cited on the pages, but this is a whole list. The source list is a list of every website, person, or article we used.
Boston Herald. "Cincinnati wants to lead green roof movement in US."
Cincinnati Wants to Lead Green Roof Movement Article about giving people money to replace shingle roofs with green roofs
Chang, Sheng-chieh. “Heat Island Group.”
The Heat Island Group this web site had a lot of good information and pictures. Very Kid friendly.
City of Chicago Department of Environment. "Reducing the Urban Heat Island Effect"
Reducing the Urban Heat Island Effect is what Chicago wants to do to reduce the Urban Heat Island effect.
Climate Protection Action Plan. "The Green Cincinnati Plan"
The Green Cincinnati Plan Cincinnati's Climate Protection Plan - The Green Cincinnati Plan. This is from June 19, 2008. It's all the things Cincinnati would like to do to make Cincinnati more environmentally friendly. It is just a proposal right now.
Dooling, Dave. "Salt Lake City shows hot and cold spots"
Salt Lake City shows hot and cold spots satellite pictures showing the Urban Heat Island Effect in Salt Lake City
Grand Travers Conservation District
Grand Travers Conservation District Gave us the information we needed on Sugar Maples.
Burdens Environmental. “Integrated Tree & Stormwater System.”
Integrated Tree & Storm water System how to plant trees in a porous parking lot
Lynn, Jenner. “Urban Heat Islands Make Cities Greener.”
Urban Heat Island Make Cities Greener why cities retain heat. It also has satellite pictures.
National Tree Benefits Calculator
Tree Benefits Calculator A web site that tells you how much a variety of tree of a certain size will benefit the environment each year.
Recommended Street Trees This was a pamphlet provided to us from the Clermont County Soil and Water district on picking good trees for the city.
Vooght, James Dr. Is a teacher at Western Ontario University
Is a teacher at Western Ontario University James A. Voogt Ph. D. who published the web site "Urban Heat Islands: hotter cities" we got a lot of information fromhis website. He emailed back and forth with us.
Voogt, James Dr. “Urban Heat Islands: Hotter Cities.”
Urban Heat Islands: Hotter Cities By Dr. James Voogt. We got a lot of our information from here.
This is where we got our picture showing urban heat island effect.
This is where we got our picture of what our solution would look like.