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Comparison of the radiation balance over a swamp and short grass.

Pierre J. Allard

Comparison of the radiation balance over a swamp and short grass.

by Pierre J. Allard

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar radiation -- Ontario -- Valena -- Observations,
  • Solar radiation -- Measurement

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (B.A.) - Erindale College, University of Toronto. Bibliography: leaf 29.

    ContributionsErindale College.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 leaves. ill., maps. ;
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20639124M

    experiments in which the swamp area is substituted by bare desert soil. Hence, we first identify the swamp region over which the model employs a corresponding swamp land sur-face type in the “reference” experiment. We then replace this swamp land cover type by bare desert soil and analyze the effects of this change by comparison with the. Measured and computed reference evapotranspiration of alfalfa [a tall reference crop] during two days in June of Day , J experienced strong advection from high winds and low.

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    Shortwave radiation from the Sun enters the surface-atmosphere system of the Earth and is ultimately returned to space as longwave radiation (because the Earth is cooler than the Sun). A basic necessity of this energy interchange is that incoming solar insolation and outgoing radiation be equal in quantity. Three micrometeorology sites span this shrub-grass ecotone. The Bowen Ratio-Energy Balance method is used at two of the sites and an eddy covariance system is used at the third site.


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Comparison of the radiation balance over a swamp and short grass by Pierre J. Allard Download PDF EPUB FB2

The solar short-wave radiation falling on a horizontal surface from Sun and sky combined is known as the global short-wave radiation. The global short-wave radiation flux—i.e., radiant energy flow per unit time—is known as the irradiance, symbol G.

The most commonly used unit is. Salient features of these comparisons are as follows: a. During the day, the lawn absorbs more net radiation than any of the other surfaces including the isolated leaf. The leaf receives less short-wave radiation than the lawn ((1 + ρ 1) S t / 2 compared with S t) and absorbs more long-wave radiation (L d + σ T 1 4) / 2 compared with L d).

1. Introduction. The grass net radiation (R n) is the energy balance upon a given soil surface, which represents the main energy source available to natural processes such as biological metabolism, water loss by vegetated surfaces, variations of temperature in the soil‐plant‐atmosphere system and organic tion of grass net radiation and, consequently, reference or Cited by: 5.

Abstract. The principles of radiation physics for plant ecophysiological studies are outlined with an emphasis on choosing appropriate sensors for specific purposes such as for studies of photosynthesis, UV‐B damage or canopy energy by: Key energy terms are net radiation, sensible heat loss, and latent heat of ET.

The daily energy balance for plant canopies and water bodies can be written as equationin which all energy terms have units of energy per unit area per day. Net radiation includes incoming and outgoing short-wave and long-wave radiation.

The balance of incoming (downarrow) and outgoing (uparrow) short-wave (SW) and long-wave (LW) radiation determines the net radiation (R n) available for latent (λET), sensible (H) and ground (G.

Evapotranspiration (ET) is the sum of evaporation and and plant transpiration from the Earth's land and ocean surface to the ation accounts for the movement of water to the air from sources such as the soil, canopy interception, and water iration accounts for the movement of water within a plant and the subsequent loss of water as vapor through stomata in its.

A facet is a surface of the urban geometry that can be characterized by a single temperature and surface energy balance, and that can interact thermodynamically with other facets (e.g., a wall facet exchanging longwave radiation with the road facet; Fig. The outputs from the model may be hourly or higher temporal resolution for the whole.

The ‘Radiation Balance’ of incoming to outgoing radiation in the short-wave and long-wave may also be required. Before reaching the ground the solar radiation is influenced by our atmosphere and its physical characteristics and an essential parameter is the absorption in different wavelength ranges.

determine evaporation from open water, bare soil and grass (now called evapotranspiration) based on a combination of an energy balance and an aerodynamic formula, given as: where aE= evaporative latent heat flux (MJ m-2 d-1), î= slope of the saturated vapor pressure curve [¥e o/ ¥T, where e = saturated vapor pressure (kPa) and T mean = daily.

Energy balance components averaged over the four walls for grass (solid line) and AT (dashed line); Q h-wall is the wall-to-canopy sensible heat flux, Q g-wall is the conduction heat flux into the wall, and R net-wall is the net radiation on the building walls after multiple reflections. Area units refer to wall surface area.

Net radiation (R n) The net radiation, R n, is the difference between incoming and outgoing radiation of both short and long wavelengths. It is the balance between the energy absorbed, reflected and emitted by the earth's surface or the difference between the incoming net shortwave (R ns) and the net outgoing longwave (R nl) radiation (Figure 15).

Some fluxes such as subsurface flow, deep percolation and capillary rise from a water table are difficult to assess and short time periods cannot be considered.

The soil water balance method can usually only give ET estimates over long time periods of the order of week-long or ten-day periods.

FIGURE 6. Soil water balance of the root zone. Livestock live within an environment complicated by a multitude of factors encompassing both physical and psychological aspects of the animal's surroundings. The thermal environment has a strong influence on farm animals with air temperature having the primary effect, but altered by wind, precipitation, humidity, and radiation.

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On days 40 the daily incident solar radiation was equivalent to and MJ m −2 d −1, respectively. At 46 and 52 DAE, the radiation was and MJ m −2 d −1, respectively.

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Sources. the radiation resistance will be quite large, and will likely swamp the loss resistance. However, since the small loop’s radiation resistance is very small compared to that of a full sized resonant ½ λ dipole, getting a favourable ratio of loss to radiation resistance is the only.

the grass net radiation (MJ m−2 day−1); and ω is the weighting factor for net radiation. The net radiation might be expressed mathematically by the algebraic summation of two partial balances: short wave radiation balance (BOC) and long wave radiation balance (BOL).

Therefore: R n = BOC−BOL (17) BOC= Q g(1 −α) (18) where Q. Radiation - Radiation - Artificial sources: In addition to natural background radiation, people are exposed to radiation from various man-made sources, the largest of which is the application of X rays in medical diagnosis.

Although the doses delivered in different types of X-ray examinations vary from a small fraction of a mGy to tens of mGy (Table 7), the average annual dose per capita from.a. LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this unit you should be able to: distinguish radiant energy from heat energy, shortwave radiation from longwave radiation, solar radiation from terrestrial radiation, sensible heat from latent heat, emitted radiation from reflected and absorbed radiation, and radiation from conduction and convection.It occurs when levels of radiation exposure are tens, hundreds, or thousands of times higher than the background, and usually when the exposure is over a very short time, such as a few minutes.

They do not occur when doses of radiation are smaller than the threshold value. Non-threshold Effects: It can occur at any level of radiation exposure.