micrometeorology


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micrometeorology

study of the climate of a microhabitat or a microclimate.
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The permanent backbone instrumentation at DE-Fen includes a micrometeorology station, hydrometeorological installations, and a lysimeter cluster containing the principal local soil types for the measurement of biosphere-atmosphere-hydrosphere exchange processes (specifics of the instrumentation are given in Table 1).
There is also a considerable presentation of micrometeorology investigations made by the group.
Descriptive Micrometeorology, Academic Press, New York, 245.
Pollen entrainment can be studied profitably from the dual perspectives of adaptive morphology of pollen-bearing organs and the micrometeorology of pollen liberation.
He uses small wind tunnels and micrometeorology techniques to monitor ammonia losses from manure placed on fields.
To introduce students to the challenges of making field observations at high latitudes, they conducted practical exercises based around measurements made from a micrometeorology mast erected on the frozen surface of Lake Tornetrask, close to the research station (Fig.
Patterns you see at home can't be counted on a thousand or more miles away, which means dealing with new local patterns as well as any distinct micrometeorology you may encounter.
35 Micrometeorology and Agricultural Systems (Due in 2002)
4], have turned to micrometeorology to integrate system-wide fluxes (Denmead 1983; Freney et al.
Data from all soil and micrometeorology sensors were acquired and recorded at the same temporal resolution as specified for the xylem flux density measurements.