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micrometeorology

study of the climate of a microhabitat or a microclimate.
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0 m); air temperature and relative humidity were determined by psicrometric system (Vaisala, HMP 45C) protected by a micrometeorological cover consisting of 12 plastic plates (RM YOUNG, Gill) installed at the top of the coffee canopy (2.
A year-round study with micrometeorological four tower mass balance method, measuring C[H.
Recently, stable isotope techniques have been used to enhance micrometeorological studies of the biosphere-atmosphere exchange processes in ecosystems.
The in-field sensor stations monitor the field conditions of soil moisture, soil temperature, and air temperature, whereas a nearby weather station monitors micrometeorological information on the field, i.
Recoveries were also estimated using the modified Micrometeorological Mass Difference (MMD) technique, described in [5].
CALMET (CALifornian METeorological model) is a meteorological model which includes a diagnostic wind field generator containing objective analysis and parameterized treatments of slope flows, kinematical terrain effects, terrain blocking effects, a divergence minimization procedure, and a micrometeorological model for overland and over water boundary layers.
After wind speed is accounted for, ammonia emissions are then calculated via a micrometeorological method.
This is undoubtedly because micrometeorological factors such as local terrain and surface type affect night temperatures much more than daytime temperatures.
As would be the case for aircraft dissemination, a subsonic LACM, using an aerosol sprayer embedded in its wings and built-in meteorological sensors coupled to the guidance-and-control computer, could alter its flight profile and release a line source of BW agent tailored to the local topography, micrometeorological conditions, and shape of the target, thus maximizing the resultant lethal area of the BW payload.
This new United States Marine Corps system, currently called Joint Warning and Reporting (JWARN), integrates digitized terrain data, meteorological and micrometeorological data, and information from intelligence systems.
Studies of functional morphology coupled with micrometeorological studies would help identify the conditions necessary for pollen liberation in anemophilous plants.
In addition to calculating fluxes, EddyPro Express generates quality control flags, some turbulent statistics, and provides additional micrometeorological information.