Turbulence characteristics in grassland canopies and implications for tracer transport

@inproceedings{Nemitz2009TurbulenceCI,
  title={Turbulence characteristics in grassland canopies and implications for tracer transport},
  author={Eiko G. Nemitz and Benjamin Loubet and Birgitta Lehmann and Pierre Cellier and Albrecht Neftel and Sarah K. Jones and A. Hensen and B. Ihly and Sergey Tarakanov and Mark A. Sutton},
  year={2009}
}
In-canopy turbulence is a required input to study pollutant cycling and chemistry within plant canopies and to link concentrations and sources. Despite the importance of grasslands worldwide, most previous work has focused on forests and crops. Here, turbulence parameters in a mature agricultural grassland canopy were measured with a combination of a small ultrasonic anemometer, hotwire anemometry and a radon (Rn) tracer technique, as part of a measurement to study ammonia (NH 3) exchange with… CONTINUE READING

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