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"The study of the surface temperatures is of interest for the local vicinity (to be expected according to fluid dynamics,) but unlikely to be a significant global factor..."The windturbines themselves will not have the power to directly affect or effect a global change but small local changes can have wider, possibly global effects.An urban heat island can not only alter the weather of a city but also the area outside. So any change in one area can have a knock on effect on another. Will this happen to areas where wind farms are located? Possibly, but any change may only be seen or recorded if the wind farm is on the very large scale. Even then, it may just get blamed on "climate change".You also have to wonder what the effect will be out at sea from large scale offshore installations. Could you actually site them in an area that could interfere with tropical storm formations?