Source / sink distributions of heat , water vapour , carbon dioxide and methane in a rice canopy estimated using Lagrangian dispersion analysis

@inproceedings{Leuninga2000SourceS,
  title={Source / sink distributions of heat , water vapour , carbon dioxide and methane in a rice canopy estimated using Lagrangian dispersion analysis},
  author={R. Leuninga and O. T. Denmeada and A. Miyatab and J. Kimc},
  year={2000}
}
  • R. Leuninga, O. T. Denmeada, +1 author J. Kimc
  • Published 2000
Source distributions for heat, water vapour, CO 2 and CH4 within a rice canopy were derived using measured concentration profiles, a prescribed turbulence field and an inverse Lagrangian analysis of turbulent dispersion of scalars in plant canopies. Measurements were made during IREX96, an international rice experiment in Okayama, Japan. Results for the cumulative fluxes of heat, water vapour and CH 4 at the canopy top were satisfactory once their respective concentration profiles were smoothed… CONTINUE READING
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