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Estimation of stand transpiration of a beech forest based on an eco-physiological computer simulation model and superporometer


, : Estimation of stand transpiration of a beech forest based on an eco-physiological computer simulation model and superporometer. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 74(4): 263-272

The diurnal and seasonal fluctuations of the transpiration rate from mid-May to late-October 1989 in a standing Japanese beech (Fagus crenata) tree were measured at 1100 m above sea level on Mt.

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