23rd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology: Weather Data Requirements for Integrated Pest Management, 2-6 November 1998, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Issue 1000
The Society, 1998 - Air - 809 pages
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J1 1 SATELLITE ESTIMATES OF TERRESTRIAL RADIATION FOR AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS George R Diak
J1 5 HOW FAR CAN AGROMETEOROLOGICAL STATION OBSERVATIONS BE CONSIDERED REPRESENTATIVE?
J1 6 WEATHER DATA REQUIREMENTS AND MODELS FOR MANAGING PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS Robert
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agricultural air temperature analysis anemometer atmospheric average boundary layer Bowen ratio calculated canopy carbon climate coefﬁcient concentration correlation Corresponding author address crop cutblocks daily daytime decrease density ecosystem eddy effects emissions energy balance environment Environmental equation estimates evaporation evapotranspiration exchange ﬁeld Figure ﬁrst ﬂight ﬂow forecast forest grid heat ﬂux heat island height humidity increase inﬂuence insect irrigation isoprene latent heat latent heat flux leaf leaf area index lidar located maximum mean measurements Mesonet mesoscale Meteorol meteorological method observations parameters period photosynthesis potential temperature precipitation predicted proﬁles rainfall region Research road roughness length sampling scalar scale sensible heat sensors shows signiﬁcant simulation soil moisture soil temperature solar radiation spatial speciﬁc stations surface temperature Table thermal tree tribufos turbulent urban urban heat island values variability variation vegetation velocity vertical weather wind speed