Ancient Naples’ Aqueducts Could be the Key to Cooling Cities


  • Researchers are looking at how Naples’ ancient streams might provide refuge from intense heat.
  • They are using laser-scanning equipment to map the region’s aqueduct network and underground canals.
  • The overall goal is to determine whether resurfacing these rivers could mitigate the effects of the urban heat island effect.

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