Turbulent transfer in a deciduous forest.

@article{Baldocchi1989TurbulentTI,
  title={Turbulent transfer in a deciduous forest.},
  author={Dennis D. Baldocchi},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={
          357-77
        }
}
Carbon dioxide, water vapor and other passive scalars are physically transferred between a plant canopy and the atmosphere by turbulence. Intense and intermittent sweep and ejection events transfer most of the mass. Although the capacity for turbulence to transfer material is high, mass transfer is coupled to the diffusive source or sink strength of the foliage and soil and is ultimately limited to a minimum level set by the supply of material, or the demand for it. The diffusive source/sink… CONTINUE READING

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