The effects of forests on mesoscale atmospheric processes

A.J. Dolman, M.K. van der Molen, H.W. ter Maat, R.W.A. Hutjes

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Abstract

Mesoscale modelling studies have been particularly useful in studying the effect of regional-scale land-surface changes on the atmosphere. They clearly provide additional insight into this interaction at the scale at which most of the land-surface changes are happening
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationForests at the land-atmosphere interface
EditorsM. Mencuccini, J. Moncrieff, K. McNaughton, J. Grace
Place of PublicationWallingford (UK)
PublisherCABI
Pages51-72
Number of pages306
ISBN (Print)9780851996776
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Keywords

  • precipitation
  • meteorology
  • land use
  • forestry
  • models

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    Dolman, A. J., van der Molen, M. K., ter Maat, H. W., & Hutjes, R. W. A. (2004). The effects of forests on mesoscale atmospheric processes. In M. Mencuccini, J. Moncrieff, K. McNaughton, & J. Grace (Eds.), Forests at the land-atmosphere interface (pp. 51-72). CABI.