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Accurate prediction of winter survival of gypsy moth ( Lymantria dispar L.) eggs and phenology of egg hatch in spring are strongly dependent on temperature and are critical aspects of gypsy moth management programs. We monitored internal temperatures of egg masses at three heights aboveground...
Accurate and fast non-destructive measurements of leaf area index (LAI) of plant canopies are essential to environmental applications such as water and carbon cycle modelling. A commonly used technique to acquire LAI in situ is based on measurements of radiation transmittance through the canopy...
A measurement program is carried out within as well as above a maize crop canopy. Statistical characteristics are analyzed for the velocity components as well as for temperature for a clear weather day as well as a cloudy day. During daytime it appears that the above and within-canopy...
The effect of whole-tree harvesting on microclimate during the restocking of three upland forest sites in the UK was studied from January 1994 to November 1999. Mean soil temperatures at 0.1 m depth were greater during summer months and reduced during winter months at all three sites in...
The components of the energy budget for an open Swedish boreal bog were quantified over two growing seasons and an analysis of the influence of factors such as peat wetness, vapour deficit and radiative forcing was made, in order to understand how they can be represented by physically-based...
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