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Effects of windbreak structure on wind flow

, : Effects of windbreak structure on wind flow. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 22-23: 41-69

A review of the literature, discussing the effects on air flow of: windbreak shape, length and porosity; angle and stability of approach flow; and combination with other windbreaks.

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