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1978). Feed forward response of stomata to humidity. Aust. J. Plant Physiol. 5, 787-800. Ford, E. , and Deans, J. D. (1978). The effects of canopy structure on stemflow, throughfall and interception loss in a young Sitka spruce plantation. J. Appl. Ecol. 15, 905-917. Garratt, J. R. (1978). Transfer characteristics for a heterogeneous surface of large aerodynamic roughness. Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc. 104, 491-502. Garratt, J. R. (1980). Surface influence upon vertical profiles in the atmospheric near-surface layer.
Z)0, Z)j, and Dm are saturation deficits at the vegetation surface, at the instrument height (zj), and at a reference level above the surface layer, respectively; ra is the resistance between the vegetation surface and ζϊ9 rh the resistance between z, and the reference level, and ras the total resistance (ra + rb) between vegetation surface and reference level. TIT At an intermediate level of sophistication and complexity, Pearce et al. (1980a) tried to predict evaporation and transpiration from forest using meteorological measurements made over grassland, together with known properties of the forest canopy, in the Penman-Monteith equation.
However, much of the information on evaporation from wet canopies suggests slight lapse or neutral conditions, as in Fig. , Stewart, 1977). There are fewer difficulties in making the reverse prediction of the effects of replacing forest by grassland on transpiration and evaporation for two reasons. First, because rb is small over forest, DiF is not very different from Dm or even from D(z) at the same height over grassland. Second, the influence of overhead conditions is likely to be a much smaller component of \E for grassland than for forest, because Ω in equation (10) is large, and, consequently, Dm and um need not be known very accurately, even for wet grassland canopies.
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