Publications Found: 3
Long-Rotation Sugarcane In Hawaii Sustains High Carbon Accumulation And Radiation Use Efficiency In 2nd Year Of Growth
Anderson, R. G., Tirado-Corbalá, R., Wang, D., Ayars, J. E.

Sugarcane has been a major agronomic crop in Hawaii with an unique, high-yield, two-year production system. However, parameters relevant to advanced, cellulosic biofuel production, such as net ecosystem productivity (NEP) and radiation use efficiency (RUE), have not been evaluated in Hawaii under commercial production. Recent demand …

Journal: Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Volume 199: 216-224 (2015), ISBN . DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2014.09.012 Sites: US-SuM, US-SuS, US-SuW

Divergence Of Actual And Reference Evapotranspiration Observations For Irrigated Sugarcane With Windy Tropical Conditions
Anderson, R. G., Wang, D., Tirado-Corbalá, R., Zhang, H., Ayars, J. E.

Standardized reference evapotranspiration (ET) and ecosystem-specific vegetation coefficients are frequently used to estimate actual ET. However, equations for calculating reference ET have not been well validated in tropical environments. We measured ET (ETEC) using eddy covariance (EC) towers at two irrigated sugarcane …

Journal: Hydrology And Earth System Sciences, Volume 19 (1): 583-599 (2015), ISBN . DOI: 10.5194/hess-19-583-2015 Sites: US-SuS, US-SuW

Energy Budget Closure Observed In Paired Eddy Covariance Towers With Increased And Continuous Daily Turbulence
Anderson, R. G., Wang, D.

The lack of energy closure has been a longstanding issue with Eddy Covariance (EC). Multiple mechanisms have been proposed to explain the discrepancies in energy balance including diurnal energy storage changes, advection of energy, and larger scale turbulent processes that cannot be resolved by field EC. To investigate the energy …

Journal: Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, Volume 184: 204-209 (2014), ISBN . DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2013.09.012 Sites: US-SuS, US-SuW