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R. Haise, and T. W. ), pp. 483-505. Amer. Soc. Agronomy, Pereira, H. C. (1973). " Cambridge Univ. Press, London and New York. , and Gale, J. (1972). Physiological basis and practical problems of reducing transpiration. In "Water Deficits and Plant Growth" (T. T. ), Vol. 3, pp. 277-306. Academic Press, New York. Priestley, C. H. , and Taylor, R. J. (1972). On the assessment of surface heat flux and evaporation using large-scale parameters. Mon. Weather Rev. 100, 81-92. Rauner, J. L. (1976). Deciduous forest.

In contrast, we expect much-smaller effects of these variables on the transpiration rate of grassland and short crops, where the 1. Effects of Vegetation on Transpiration and Evaporation 27 saturation deficit finds its own value in response to the surface fluxes and tends toward the equilibrium value, that is, a large value of Ω in equation (10). £Γ· Consequently, a reduction in LAI of, say, from 6 to 3 by thinning would be expected to reduce transpiration of forest in approximately the same proportion.

4, pp. 103-152. Academic Press, New York. Calder, I. R. (1977). A model of transpiration and interception loss from a spruce forest in Plynlimon, central Wales. J. Hydrol. {Amsterdam) 33, 247-265. Carson, D. J. (1973). The development of a dry inversion-capped convectively unstable boundary layer. Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc. 99, 450-467. Cowan, I. , and Farquhar, G. D. (1977). Stomatal function in relation to leaf metabolism and environment. Symp. Soc. Exp. Biol. 31, 471-505. Davies, W. , and Kozlowski, T.

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