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Comments on using K-theory within and above the plant canopy to model diffusion processes



Comments on using K-theory within and above the plant canopy to model diffusion processes



IAHS Publication ( 177): 81-85



The inadequacy of expressing the flux density of a diffusing gas, within and just above a plant canopy, as a linear function of the mean concentration gradient (K-theory) is discussed.

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