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Improving tree transpiration estimates based on heat pulse velocity measurements

Improving tree transpiration estimates based on heat pulse velocity measurements

Proc. 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. I, Sect 11, 1967. 252-63

Uses data for Pinus contorta and Picea engelmannii to demonstrate the importance of accurate determination of moisture content when using this technique.

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