Winter rainfall interception by two mature open‐grown trees in Davis, California

@inproceedings{Xiao2000WinterRI,
  title={Winter rainfall interception by two mature open‐grown trees in Davis, California},
  author={Qingfu Xiao and E. Gregory Mcpherson and Susan L. Ustin and Mark E Grismer and James R. Simpson},
  year={2000}
}
A rainfall interception measuring system was developed and tested for open-grown trees. The system includes direct measurements of gross precipitation, throughfall and stemflow, as well as continuous collection of micrometeorological data. The data were sampled every second and collected at 30-s time steps using pressure transducers monitoring water depth in collection containers coupled to Campbell CR10 dataloggers. The system was tested on a 9-year-old broadleaf deciduous tree (pear, Pyrus… CONTINUE READING

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