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Daily Changes in Red-Pepper Leaf Surface Temperature with Air and Soil Surface Temperatures
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Daily Changes in Red-Pepper Leaf Surface Temperature with Air and Soil Surface Temperatures
Eom, Ki-Cheol; Lee, Byung-Kook; Kim, Young-Sook; Eom, Ho-Yong;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to investigate the changes in daily surface temperature of red pepper leaf compared to air and soil surface temperature. The maximum, minimum and average daily temperatures of red pepper leaf were 27.80, 11.40 and , respectively, which were lower by 0.10, 7.60 and than air temperature, respectively, and lower by 15.00, 0.0 and than soil surface temperature, respectively. Mean deviations of the difference between measured and estimated temperature by the E&E Model (Eom & Eom, 2013) for the air and surface temperature of red pepper leaf and soil were 0.64, 1.82 and , respectively. The relationships between measured and estimated scaled factor of the air and surface temperature of red pepper leaf and soil were very close to the 1:1 line. Difference between air and surface temperature of red pepper leaf showed a linear decreasing function with the surface temperature of red pepper leaf. Difference between soil surface temperature and air and surface temperature of red pepper leaf linearly increased with the soil surface temperature.
 Keywords
Leaf surface temperature;Soil surface temperature;Scale factor;
 Language
Korean
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