The impact of coniferous forest temperature on incoming longwave radiation to melting snow

@inproceedings{Pomeroy2009TheIO,
  title={The impact of coniferous forest temperature on incoming longwave radiation to melting snow},
  author={John W. Pomeroy and Danny Marks and Tim Link and Chad R. Ellis and Janet R Hardy and A. S. Rowlands and Raoul Granger},
  year={2009}
}
Measurements were conducted in coniferous forests of differing density, insolation and latitude to test whether air temperatures are suitable surrogates for canopy temperature in estimating sub-canopy longwave irradiance to snow. Air temperature generally was a good representation of canopy radiative temperature under conditions of low insolation. However during high insolation, needle and branch temperatures were well estimated by air temperature only in relatively dense canopies and exceeded… CONTINUE READING
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