Soil heat flux calculation for sunlit and shaded surfaces under row crops: 1. Model development and sensitivity analysis

  • aul D. Colaizzia, Steven R. Evetta, Nurit Agamb, Robert C. Schwartza, illiam P. Kustasc
  • Published 2015

Abstract

Soil heat flux at the surface (G0) is strongly influenced by whether the soil is shaded or sunlit, and therefore can have large spatial variability for incomplete vegetation cover, such as across the interrows of row crops. Most practical soil–plant–atmosphere energy balance models calculate G0 as a function of either total (RN) or soil net radiation (RN,S… (More)

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@inproceedings{Colaizzia2015SoilHF, title={Soil heat flux calculation for sunlit and shaded surfaces under row crops: 1. Model development and sensitivity analysis}, author={aul D. Colaizzia and Steven R. Evetta and Nurit Agamb and Robert C. Schwartza and illiam P. Kustasc}, year={2015} }