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The urban green index as a determining factor in the quantity and distribution of green areas in urban areas and that is established as a condition for the quality of life of citizens, throughout the accelerated urbanism of the city of Guayaquil has been maintained due to of the 3 m2 per inhabitant. The objective of this scientific article is to determine by georeferencing maps the quantity, quality and thus generate a bioclimatic model determination contemplating solar impact factors, shade redistribution and microclimate. A quantitative methodology is used using graphic techniques and a method of georeferencing by zones to determine hot zones for their new redistribution. In conclusion, it is obtained that the urban green index improved the conditions of permanence due to shadow effects in 60% of the surveyed users and that the bioclimatic model contributes to the increase of 3 m2 per inhabitant of urban green area.
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