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Variation in temperature regimes in different stands, as represented by a comparison of beech, Norway spruce, and meadow research plots in the Solling Mountains



Variation in temperature regimes in different stands, as represented by a comparison of beech, Norway spruce, and meadow research plots in the Solling Mountains



VDI Berichte (560): 545-557



Studies were made in Lower Saxony over the period 1968-72 on air temp. cycles measured at 2 m ht. above ground level and in tree canopies. Temperatures in stands were on average lower than in the open. In beech stands, there was considerable variation in temp. relations over the course of the year.

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