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Energy balance measurement system for agroforestry application in Newfoundland

J. H. McCaughey

Energy balance measurement system for agroforestry application in Newfoundland

by J. H. McCaughey

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Published by Newfoundland Forestry Centre in St. John"s, Newfoundland, Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood -- Chemistry.,
  • Bioenergetics.,
  • Biomass energy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.H. McCaughey.
    SeriesInformation report / Newfoundland Forestry Centre -- N-X-251., Information report (Newfoundland Forestry Centre) -- N-X-251.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 26 p. :
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15540702M
    ISBN 100662151585

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Energy balance measurement system for agroforestry application in Newfoundland by J. H. McCaughey Download PDF EPUB FB2

A radiation and energy balance study of mature forest and clear-cut sites. Boundary-Layer Meteorol., narsholt, who provided valuable logistic support. McCaughey, J.H., b. Energy balance measurement system for agroforestry applications in by: McCaughey, J.

H., b, Energy balance storage terms in a mature mixed forest at Petawawa, Ontario — A case study, Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 89– CrossRef Google Scholar McCaughey, J.

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It is the changes in the microclimate of agroforestry systems that directly affect the water and energy balance of these environments, thus, this paper had as main objective to perform a Author: Jianbo Lu. In this paper, we applied the surface energy balance model SEBS (Surface Energy Balance System) for the period –, to estimate evapotranspiration and other energy fluxes over Author: Thomas Foken.

Measurement height was m, and the fetch was at least 40 m in all directions. Other systematic errors were minimised (or at least, applied in the same way to both fields) by comparing vertical and horizontal patterns of air movement, energy balance, and stationarity and integral turbulence statistics, as described by: 6.

Evaporation from soil, E s, is important to land surface energy balance and has been estimated in many studies using a surface resistance investigate the accuracy of this approach using detailed measurement and simulation. Hourly evaporation rates were measured using microlysimeters and load cells at two semiarid sites with bare soil.

Chay Asdak, Paul G Jarvis and Paul V Gardingen, Evaporation of intercepted precipitation based on an energy balance in unlogged and logged forest areas of central Kalimantan, Indonesia, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, /S(98), 92, 3, (), (). Distributed observations of forest vegetation thinning, precipitation, snowpack storage, soil water storage, energy balance, and stream discharge from to were used to calculate the water balance and constrain a hydroecologic model.

Using the spatially calibrated RHESSys model, we assessed thinning effects on the water balance. Energy balance, carbon, and water footprint are crucial for sustainable agricultural production. Agroforestry systems are important in reducing high inputs of non-renewable energy and greenhouse gas emissions, along with better water use, leading to the most minimal influence on climate change.

Yet, agroforestry systems have flourished for a long time. Thus, agroforestry systems pose challenges to ecologists and economists alike. Many such misconceptions about research in agroforestry are, however, not unique to agroforestry, but are characteristic of most such application-oriented research on Newfoundland and Labrador is ranked the #13 province and territory in the country for solar power.

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We set out to determine the particle-size distribution, the fiber, the bark and the leaves content, the heating value, the CNH and the ash content of a wide sample of wood chips, collected from 10 forestry and 10 agroforestry production sources.

This sampling focused on two main production types: forestry (Full Tree System—FTS—and logging residues—LR) and agroforestry (Short. For any study on sustainable agriculture, the question arises as to how agricultural sustainability can be measured.

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Although, Newfoundland and Labrador have significant capacity to develop wind energy, only two small wind projects have been developed. Agroforestry systems could provide landowners with land-management options which have environmental benefits and provide sustainable economic gains.

When land-management advisors were surveyed recently in Washington state, all of the respondents indicated that agroforestry could be useful in USDA-mandated conservation plans Effective October 1,there was an overall average increase in electricity rates to our customers from Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro (Hydro) of approximately %, or about $ on a $ monthly electricity bill.

Systems are designed to minimize negative and maximize positive interactions between trees, other crops, livestock and humans. Agroforestry Systems in B.C.

Combining agriculture, silviculture and conservation practices in the same land use system. Five main agroforestry systems are practical for use in British Columbia.

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