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Instrument for measuring temperature, photosynthetically active radiation and daylength and temperature in coppice






Journal of Applied Ecology 24(1): 239-249

Instrument for measuring temperature, photosynthetically active radiation and daylength and temperature in coppice

An electronic instrument is described and measurements given for Castanea sativa coppice at five sites in Sussex, UK, covering the first to tenth seasons of regrowth.

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