Leaf Wetness within a Lily Canopy

A.F.G. Jacobs, B.G. Heusinkveld, E.J. Klok

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Abstract

A wetness duration experiment was carried out within a lily field situated adjacent to coastal dunes in the Netherlands. A within-canopy model was applied to simulate leaf wetness in three layers, with equal leaf area indices, within the canopy. This simulation model is an extension of an existing model. It appeared that in most cases leaf wetness started in the uppermost layer followed by the middle and bottom layer, respectively. The same occurred during the early morning drying process. Just after sunrise the upper layer started to dry, followed by the middle and bottom layer, respectively. The longest leaf wetness duration occurred in the bottom layer. The calculated leaf wetness durations were within 10 minutes of the results obtained using a leaf wetness sensor
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)193-198
JournalMeteorological Applications
Volume12
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Keywords

  • estimating dew duration
  • leaves
  • field

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