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Edge-to-Stem Variability in Wet-Canopy Evaporation From an Urban Tree Row
Boundary-Layer Meteorology
  • John T. Van Stan, Georgia Southern University
  • Zachary Norman, Georgia Southern University
  • Adrian Meghoo, Georgia Southern University
  • Jan Friesen, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung
  • Anke Hildebrandt, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
  • Jean-François Côté, Natural Resources Canada
  • S. Jeffrey Underwood, Georgia Southern University
  • Gustavo O. Maldonado, California State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
7-1-2017
DOI
10.1007/s10546-017-0277-7
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Abstract

Evaporation from wet-canopy (EC) and stem (ES) surfaces during rainfall represents a significant portion of municipal-to-global scale hydrologic cycles. For urban ecosystems, EC and ES dynamics play valuable roles in stormwater management. Despite this, canopy-interception loss studies typically ignore crown-scale variability in EC and assume (with few indirect data) that ES is generally

Citation Information
John T. Van Stan, Zachary Norman, Adrian Meghoo, Jan Friesen, et al.. "Edge-to-Stem Variability in Wet-Canopy Evaporation From an Urban Tree Row" Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2017) p. 1 - 16
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_vanstan/52/