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Comparison of Soil Evaporation Using Equilibrium Evaporation, Eddy-Covariance and Surface Soil Moisture on the Forest Hillslope
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Comparison of Soil Evaporation Using Equilibrium Evaporation, Eddy-Covariance and Surface Soil Moisture on the Forest Hillslope
Gwak, Yong-Seok; Kim, Sang-Hyun; Kim, Su-Jin;
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 Abstract
We compared equilibrium evaporation() eddy-covariance() with soil moisture data() which were measured with a 2 hours sampling interval at three points for a humid forest hillslope from May 5th to May 31th in 2009. Accumulations of , for the study period were estimated as 2.52, 3.28 mm and those of were ranged from 1.91 to 2.88 mm. It suggested that the eddy-covariance method considering the spatial heterogeneity of soil evaporation is useful to evaluate the soil evaporation. Method A, B and C were proposed using mean meterological data and daily moisture variation and the computations were compared to eddy-covariance method and equilibrium evaporation. The methods using soil moisture data can describe the variations of soil evaporation from eddy-covariance through simple moving average analysis. Method B showed a good matched with eddy-covariance method. This indicated that Dry Surface Layer (DSL) at 14:00 which was used for method B is important variable for the evaluation of soil evaporation. The total equilibrium evaporation was not significantly different to those of the others. However, equilibrium evaporation showed a problem in estimating soil evaporation because the temporal tendency of was not related with the those of the other methods. The improved understanding of the soil evaporation presented in this study will contribute to the understandings of water cycles in a forest hillslope.
 Keywords
Soil moisture;Soil evaporation;Equilibrium evaporation;Forested hillslope;
 Language
Korean
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