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In order to understand how nocturnal net radiative loss affects dew formation, a shielding experiment was carried out in a rice field at the International Rice Research Institute during 16 nights in February, March, and April 1994. Four plots (with an area of 4×5 m for each) in the field were...
Using daily observations of temperature, precipitation, radiation, and humidity from 24 stations spanning a large elevation gradient in Austria, we tested several previously defined algorithms for estimating daily radiation and humidity. The estimation algorithms were first tested independently,...
During the recent decade, the problem of climate variability and change, due to natural processes as well as factors of anthropogenetic origin, has come to the forefront of scientific problems. The objective of this study was to investigate climate variability in Bulgaria during the 20th century...
Significant areas of agricultural lands are subject to seasonal, relatively thin snow covers. This cover affects temperature and moisture in the soil beneath, watershed hydrology, and energy budgets. The depth of snow impacts soil freezing with implications for soil hydraulic properties and...
A study was carried out in central Italy into the evapotranspiration from linseed ( Linum usitatissimum L.). In particular, the objectives were to (a) evaluate the accuracy of daily evapotranspiration estimates from partially incomplete Bowen ratio data; (b) measure seasonal evapotranspiration...
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