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Some aspects of applied meteorology in the soils and crop sciences


, : Some aspects of applied meteorology in the soils and crop sciences. Soil Sci 93(1): 62-67

The central concern of applied meteorology in soil and crop sciences is the fate of energy. This involves the need for complete understanding as to how energy is transmitted, stored, and dissipated within soil profiles, in vegetative covers, as well as at soil and crop surfaces. It is these shifts in energy between day and night, day to day, and from summer to winter, that make natural physical environments so dynamic. Also, it is these sharp energy gradients that develop over short distances in the vertical that cause micro-climates to vary violently within the same macro-climate.

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DOI: 10.1097/00010694-196201000-00010


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