A mobile system for quantifying the spatial variability of the surface energy balance: design and application

@inproceedings{Wohlfahrt2014AMS,
  title={A mobile system for quantifying the spatial variability of the surface energy balance: design and application},
  author={Georg Wohlfahrt and Erich Tasser},
  booktitle={International Journal of Biometeorology},
  year={2014}
}
We present a mobile device for the quantification of the small-scale (a few square meters) spatial variability in the surface energy balance components and several auxiliary variables of short-statured (<1 m) canopies. The key element of the mobile device is a handheld four-component net radiometer for the quantification of net radiation, albedo and infrared surface temperature, which is complemented with measurements of air temperature, wind speed, soil temperature and soil water content. Data… CONTINUE READING

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