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The differences in energy balance between several vegetations


, : The differences in energy balance between several vegetations. Acta Agriculturae Boreali Sinica 9(2): 81-87

Energy balance was analysed in Apr.-Oct. 1989 in different vegetation types dominant on the West-Shanxi Loess Plateau, China. Albedo differed significantly between vegetation types. While total solar radiation did not differ significantly between vegetation types, net radiation differed between types whereas differences in effective radiation were small. Differences were found in soil heat flux, sensible explicit heat flux and latent heat flux between different vegetation types.

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