Canopy interactions in a Douglas fir forest. Estimating dry deposition from canopy wetness, throughfall and wet deposition.

A.H. Versluis, A.W.M. Vermetten, N. Bouten, R. van der Maas, P. Hofschreuder

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCORRELACI : identification of traditional and air pollution related stress factors in a douglas fir ecosystem : the aciforn stands : a correlative evaluation of monitoring data on the carbon, nutrient and water cycles
    EditorsP.W. Evers, W. Bouten, J.J.M. van Grinsven
    Pages85-118
    Publication statusPublished - 1991

    Keywords

    • forestry
    • trees
    • forest damage
    • chemical precipitation
    • air pollution
    • salts
    • deposition
    • crown
    • canopy
    • stemflow
    • rain
    • interception
    • precipitation
    • acid rain
    • acid deposition
    • pseudotsuga menziesii

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    Versluis, A. H., Vermetten, A. W. M., Bouten, N., van der Maas, R., & Hofschreuder, P. (1991). Canopy interactions in a Douglas fir forest. Estimating dry deposition from canopy wetness, throughfall and wet deposition. In P. W. Evers, W. Bouten, & J. J. M. van Grinsven (Eds.), CORRELACI : identification of traditional and air pollution related stress factors in a douglas fir ecosystem : the aciforn stands : a correlative evaluation of monitoring data on the carbon, nutrient and water cycles (pp. 85-118)