Publications Found: 1197
Changes In Soil Aggregation Associated With Tallgrass Prairie Restoration
Jastrow, J. D.

Journal: American Journal Of Botany, Volume 74 (11): 1656-1664 (1987). DOI: 10.2307/2444134 Sites: US-IB1, US-IB2

A Canopy Stomatal Resistance Model For Gaseous Deposition To Vegetated Surfaces
Baldocchi, D. D., Hicks, B. B., Camara, P.

A gaseous deposition model, based on a realistic canopy stomatal resistance submodel, is described, analyzed and tested. This model is designed as one of a hierarchy of simulations, leading up to a “big-leaf” model of the processes contributing to the exchange of trace …

Journal: Atmospheric Environment, Volume 21 (1): 91-101 (1987). DOI: 10.1016/0004-6981(87)90274-5 Sites: US-WBW

The Architecture Of A Deciduous Forest Canopy In Eastern Tennessee, U.S.A.
Hutchison, B. A., Matt, D. R., McMillen, R. T., Gross, L. J., Tajchman, S. J., Norman, J. M.

Journal: The Journal Of Ecology, Volume 74 (3): 635-676 (1986). DOI: 10.2307/2260387 Sites: US-WBW

Eddy Fluxes Of CO2, Water Vapor, And Sensible Heat Over A Deciduous Forest
Verma, S. B., Baldocchi, D. D., Anderson, D. E., Matt, D. R., Clement, R. J.

Fluxes of CO2, latent heat and sensible heat were measured above a fully-leafed deciduous forest in eastern Tennessee with the eddy correlation technique. These are among the first reported observations over such a surface. The influences of solar …

Journal: Boundary-Layer Meteorology, Volume 36 (1-2): 71-91 (1986). DOI: 10.1007/bf00117459 Sites: US-WBW

Directional Thermal Infrared Exitance Distributions From A Leafless Deciduous Forest
Balick, L., Hutchinson, B.

The directional thermal infrared exitance distributions of a 21.5-m-tall leafless deciduous forest were measured using a rotating 7-detector array suspended 33 m above the forest floor. These distributions are presented for several illumination conditions. Strong directional thermal infrared distributions were observed at high solar …

Journal: IEEE Transactions On Geoscience And Remote Sensing, Volume GE-24 (5): 693-698 (1986). DOI: 10.1109/tgrs.1986.289616 Sites: US-WBW

Eddy-Correlation Measurements Of Carbon Dioxide Efflux From The Floor Of A Deciduous Forest
Baldocchi, D. D., Verma, S. B., Matt, D. R., Anderson, D. E.

Journal: The Journal Of Applied Ecology, Volume 23 (3): 967-977 (1986). DOI: 10.2307/2403948 Sites: US-WBW

On Estimating Canopy Photosynthesis And Stomatal Conductance In A Deciduous Forest With Clumped Foliage
Baldocchi, D. D., Hutchison, B. A.
The foliage in a fully-leafed deciduous forest canopy is clumped. Consequently, theory indicates that the probability of beam penetration will be estimated more accurately with a model based on the negative binomial distribution than with a model based on the Poisson distribution, incorporating an assumption …

Journal: Tree Physiology, Volume 2 (1-2-3): 155-168 (1986). DOI: 10.1093/treephys/2.1-2-3.155 Sites: US-WBW

Seasonal Variation In The Statistics Of Photosynthetically Active Radiation Penetration In An Oak-Hickory Forest
Baldocchi, D., Hutchison, B., Matt, D., McMillen, R.

The seasonal variability in the frequency distribution (FD) and higher order moments (e.g., standard deviation, skewness and kurtosis) of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) penetration in an oak—hickory forest were examined. In a leafless, wintertime forest the …

Journal: Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, Volume 36 (4): 343-361 (1986). DOI: 10.1016/0168-1923(86)90013-4 Sites: US-WBW

Canopy Radiative Transfer Models For Spherical And Known Leaf Inclination Angle Distributions: A Test In An Oak-Hickory Forest
Baldocchi, D. D., Hutchison, B. A., Matt, D. R., McMillen, R. T.

Journal: The Journal Of Applied Ecology, Volume 22 (2): 539-555 (1985). DOI: 10.2307/2403184 Sites: US-WBW

Solar Radiation Within An Oak—Hickory Forest: An Evaluation Of The Extinction Coefficients For Several Radiation Components During Fully-Leafed And Leafless Periods
Baldocchi, D., Matt, D., Hutchison, B., Mcmillen, R.

Global shortwave, photosynthetically active, net and allwave radiation was measured above, and at several levels within an oak—hickory forest with instruments mounted on a moving tram system. Profiles of radiation flux densities were quantified using extinction coefficients based on the Beer—Bouguer law. Data are reported …

Journal: Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, Volume 32 (3-4): 307-322 (1984). DOI: 10.1016/0168-1923(84)90056-x Sites: US-WBW