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The relation between mean annual temperature (MAT), mean annual precipitation (MAP) and evapotranspiration (ET) for 38 forested watersheds was determined to evaluate the potential increase in ET and resulting decrease in stream runoff that could occur following climate change and lengthening of...
We present a description of the process of estimating surface fluxes of CO 2 , latent heat and sensible heat from estimates of fractions of satellite-based land cover types in the flux footprint. The study is conducted at two heterogeneous sites in the boreal forest of Central Canada. Using a...
The weather patterns of the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains (cold, wet winters and hot, dry summers) strongly influence how water is partitioned between transpiration and evaporation and result in a specific strategy of water use by ponderosa pine trees ( Pinus ponderosa ) in this...
Evaluation of models of air–surface exchange is facilitated by an accurate match of areas simulated with those seen by micrometeorological flux measurements. Here, spatial variations in fluxes estimated with the parameterized subgrid-scale surface (PASS) flux model were compared to flux...
The interaction between the land surface and the atmosphere is discussed focusing on the recent literature. Of primary importance is the issue of scale and the variation across different levels of pixel resolution for using remotely sensed data in the determination of the different components of...
Fast response tracer flux measurements are compared against flux footprint predictions from both a Lagrangian stochastic simulation and an analytical solution to the equation of diffusion over a canopy of intermediate roughness. A turbulent tracer flux experiment was conducted over a peach...
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