Transpiration and canopy conductance in a pristine broad-leaved forest of Nothofagus: an analysis of xylem sap flow and eddy correlation measurements

@article{Kstner1992TranspirationAC,
  title={Transpiration and canopy conductance in a pristine broad-leaved forest of Nothofagus: an analysis of xylem sap flow and eddy correlation measurements},
  author={Barbara K{\"o}stner and E. -D. Schulze and Francis M. Kelliher and David Y. Hollinger and John A. Byers and J. E. Hunt and Tony M McSeveny and R. Meserth and Patricia L. Weir},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1992},
  volume={91},
  pages={350-359}
}
Tree transpiration was determined by xylem sap flow and eddy correlation measurements in a temperate broad-leaved forest of Nothofagus in New Zealand (tree height: up to 36 m, one-sided leaf area index: 7). Measurements were carried out on a plot which had similar stem circumference and basal area per ground area as the stand. Plot sap flux density agreed with tree canopy transpiration rate determined by the difference between above-canopy eddy correlation and forest floor lysimeter evaporation… CONTINUE READING
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