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DKI Jakarta area with high CO2 emission and 84,95 % of built-up areas (year of 2009) cause urban heat island (UHI). To overcome UHI problems, its characteristics must be known. Trend analysis of surface temperature areas was conducted by comparison of surface temperature spatial distribution of 2006 with 2010. UHI analysis based on geograpical coordinates were also conducted. High surface temperature of > 34 ºC was on inner city and decreasing to sub urban area. High surface temperature were especially on high density bulit-up areas. Priority of solving UHI problems are conducted on high surface temperature areas.
Keyword: UHI, surface temperature, built-up area, trend analysis.
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