The straight-line relationship between temperatures at a given depth and the surface temperatures combined with 5-day average air temperatures appears to be as valid for upper New York state and Arizona as for Maryland. The main differences were in the annual ranges and annual mean temperatures. The concept for estimating pavement temperature distributions appears to be valid and may be used with confidence for estimating pavement temperatures at all latitudes and longitudes.
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Southgate, Herbert F. and Deen, Robert C., "Temperature Distributions in Asphaltic Concrete Pavements" (1975). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 1101.