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Independent measurements of the major energy balance flux components are not often consistent with the principle of conservation of energy. This is referred to as a lack of closure of the surface energy balance. Most results in the literature have shown the sum of sensible and latent heat fluxes...
The effect of drought on the parameters of commonly used models of plant stomatal conductance is investigated, based on a large number of data obtained at the leaf level by plant physiologists, and at the canopy level by micrometeorologists. Sixty-three case studies are analysed in order to...
A first-order closure model that has the general utility for predicting the wind flow within and above vegetation canopies is presented. Parameterization schemes that took into account the influence of large turbulent eddies were developed for the Reynolds stress and the mixing length in the...
For many natural and agricultural landscapes, vegetation partially covers the ground surface, resulting in significant variations in soil heat flux between interspace areas and underneath vegetation. This is particularly apparent in arid and semiarid regions where vegetation cover is low and...
Photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD) regimes within vegetation canopies are intrinsically heterogeneous in time and space. Photosynthesis responds to changes in the intensity and temporal variability of PPFD in a non-linear way. Therefore, it is important to quantify PPFD heterogeneity at...
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