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Net Radiation and Soil Heat Fluxes Measured on Coastal Wetland Covered with Reeds
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Net Radiation and Soil Heat Fluxes Measured on Coastal Wetland Covered with Reeds
Kim, Hee-Jong; Kim, Dong-Su; Yoon, Ill-Hee; Lee, Dong-In; Kwon, Byung-Hyuk;
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In the coastal wetland the mud is consist of fine particles, which means that it is characterized by small gap, and heat transfer is obstructed since moisture is found between the gaps. The relationship between net radiation () and soil heat flux() shows a counterclockwise hysteresis cycle, which refer to a time lag behind in the maximal soil heat fluxes. The albedo is independent of seasonal variation of the vegetation canopy which plays very important roles to store and control the heat in the atmospheric surface layer.
Radiation;Albedo;Soil heat flux;Hysteresis;
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