Forest canopy conductivity (MMS-1) is a sensitive indicator of forest transpiration water consumption in response to environmental factors, and is a key parameter in water and carbon exchange model.
|collect time||2011/01/05 - 2013/12/31|
|collect place||Pailudou basin of Heihe River Basin|
|data size||16.1 kB|
|Data time resolution||branch、day、second|
The data was obtained by extending the water consumption scale measured by stem sap flow technology to stand scale, and then calculated by penman equation. This data mainly provides basic data for some eco hydrological models.
It is calculated by Penman equation.
This data is generated by the project "study on evapotranspiration characteristics and water consumption mechanism of Picea crassifolia forest in the upper reaches of Heihe River Basin". When using the data, users should clearly state the source of the data in the text, and quote the metadata provided in the reference section Only data validation of model in project integration.
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