In-canopy throughfall measurements in Norway spruce: Water flow and consequences for ion fluxes

@article{Hansen1995IncanopyTM,
  title={In-canopy throughfall measurements in Norway spruce: Water flow and consequences for ion fluxes},
  author={K Hansen},
  journal={Water, Air, and Soil Pollution},
  year={1995},
  volume={85},
  pages={2259-2264}
}
Canopy throughfall was collected in funnels equipped with tipping buckets. The funnels were installed at 4 distances from the tree trunk and at 6 depths in the canopy of a Norway spruce forest at Klosterhede, Denmark. The throughfall water flux was registered during individual rain events. The smallest quantity of throughfall was sampled closest to the tree trunk, and the largest quantity of throughfall was sampled in the periphery of the canopy at all levels in the canopy. The quantity of… CONTINUE READING