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micrometeorology

study of the climate of a microhabitat or a microclimate.
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1994) Micrometeorological and chamber methods for measurement of nitrous-oxide fluxes between soils and the atmosphere--overview and conclusions.
To measure how ecosystems exchange carbon and water with the atmosphere, Fluxnet stations rely on state-of-the-art micrometeorological tools and a standard method, called the eddy covariance method.
In this study, only net radiation or balance radiation (Rn), sensible heat flux (H) and latent heat (LE) were considered and analyzed along with rainfall, whose data were collected by a micrometeorological station located within the EEcA.
Micrometeorological measurements at the site included 2 m air temperature and relative humidity (Vaisala HMP45C), solar irradiance and reflected shortwave radiation (300-2800 nm), and incoming and emitted longwave radiation (4500-42 000 nm) (Kipp and Zonen CNR4 net radiometer, including an integrated ventilation unit).
Micrometeorological variables, soil water content and water level: A micrometeorological station (WXT520, Vaisala Inc.
The solar water heating system was evaluated in an open field belonging to the Nigerian Micrometeorological Experiments (NIMEX) Research Group, Department of Physics, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, for eleven days.
Micrometeorological and microhabitat factors affecting maintenance and dissemination of tick-borne diseases in the environment.
The micrometeorological approach (Bowen ratio, Eddy covariance) has been the most used method to validate ET models in crops and forests.
However, other research developed in our department included the installation of a micrometeorological station in mediterranean high mountain areas where standard recording had not been done ever (BLANQUER & al, 2009a, 2009b, 2010, 2011).
By using micrometeorological parameters and traffic data, buffer zones were calculated for PM2.
The aim of this study was to analyze data from micrometeorological towers measured above the forest canopy in experimental sites in the Amazon and the Brazilian Pantanal, searching for climatic attractors with low fractal dimensions of the temperature (T) and relative humidity (RH) variables in the period 2005-2010.
Micrometeorological conditions within the three habitats were monitored during the period of plant physiological measurements using LI-COR Model 1 000 data loggers.