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relation of evaporation and soil moisture to plant succession in a ravine

Fred Theodore Ullrich

relation of evaporation and soil moisture to plant succession in a ravine

by Fred Theodore Ullrich

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Published by Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History] in [Urbana, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant succession.,
  • Plant ecology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Fred Theodore Ullrich.
    SeriesBulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History -- v. 12, art. 1
    ContributionsIllinois State Laboratory of Natural History.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH1 .I25 vol. 12, art. 1
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. [1]-16, [19] leaves of plates (1 folded) :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18833937M

    Direct measurements of soil moisture are laborious, costly or sometimes unpracticable. Unless sufficiently replicated they do not represent the natural variations of moisture in the soil. Moisture budgets computed from standard climatological data to some extant satisfy the need for a time-space-integrating bextselfreset.com by: 9. Comparison of soil moisture retention characteristics obtained by the extended evaporation method and the pressure plate/sand box apparatus Material and Methods Sand box/Pressure plate: A dataset, containing samples, was gathered from different parts of Turkey. One hundred and thirty five disturbed and undisturbed ( cm3) soil.

    The first and most critical factor is soil moisture. Evaporation (ET) simply can not take place if there is no water in the soil. However, if adequate soil moisture is available, three additional factors — plant type, stage of plant development and weather — affect ET rate. Plant type refers to the species or variety of plant being grown. SEES Sustainable Water Resources 2/30 4. EVAPORATION AND EVAPOTRANSPIRATION Introduction Evaporation: The process through which water is transferred from the surface of the Earth to the atmosphere. Evaporation is important in all areas of water resources Because it affects the capacity of the reservoir, the yield of river basin, the consumptive use of water by plants . etc.

    the minimal point of soil moisture the plant requires not to wilt. If moisture decreases to this or any lower point a plant wilts and can no longer recover its turgidity when placed in . and the moisture content of the soil. Of the transpired water passing through a plant only 1 % is used in the growth process. Transpiration also transports nutrients from the soil into the roots and carries them to the various cells of the plant and is used to keep tissues from becoming overheated.


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Relation of evaporation and soil moisture to plant succession in a ravine by Fred Theodore Ullrich Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The relation of evaporation and soil moisture to plant succession in a ravine. [Fred Theodore Ullrich; Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History.]. These data represent the evaporation rates in the lower aerial stratum and the range of soil moisture in the upper subterranean strata of the vegetation of the various associations, but these must be regarded as critical regions, since within them develop the seedlings which determine the character of succeeding vegetation.

Evaporation at different stations in the same plant association Cited by: The relation of evaporation and soil moisture to plant succession in a ravine / (Urbana: Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, ), by Fred Theodore Ullrich (page images at HathiTrust).

FACTORS AFFECTING THE EVAPORATION OF MOISTURE FROM THE SOIL1 By F. HARRIS, Director and Agronomist, and J. ROBINSON, Fellow in Agronomy, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station INTRODUCTION The importance of soil moisture in crop production is well understood.

However, in general, evaporation is affected by temperature, wind, atmospheric pressure, humid-ity, water quality, water depth, soil type and nature, and shape of surface. Transpiration Transpiration is defi ned as a natural plant physio-logical process whereby water is taken from the soil moisture storage by roots and passes through the.

The combined effects of water surface evaporation, soil moisture evaporation, and plant transpiration for this system are often significant components of annual water budgets.

Evaporation tends to lower water level in a pond or wetland over time, and evapotranspiration acts to dry out the soil before the next storm.

The relation of desert plants to soil moisture and to evaporation. Livingston, Burton Edward, Genre. Book Material Type Plant ecology, Plants @book{bhl, title = {The relation of desert plants to soil moisture and to evaporation. Contents 1 Bare-soil evaporation 1 2 Transpiration 2 independent of soil moisture content and evaporation occurs near the free-water rate.

Then there is a soil controlled stage in which evaporation rate is determined ship to find an empirical relation for evaporation over wet surfaces in conditions 5. of minimal advection. E= PT. The rate and quantity of evaporation from a soil surface is a complicated process affected by many soil characteristics, tillage, and environmental interactions.

However, it is known that energy and water availability largely dominate the process, thus on the average these broad principles can be used to estimate direct soil water evaporation. Ullrich, Fred Theodore: The relation of evaporation and soil moisture to plant succession in a ravine / (Urbana: Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Ullrich, Fred Theodore, Getting acquainted with agriculture / (Danville, Ill.

Soil moisture refers to the water content of the soil. It can be expressed in terms of volumes or weights. Soil moisture measurement can be based on in situ probes or remote sensing methods. Water that enters a field is removed from a field by runoff, drainage, evaporation or transpiration.

Dec 09,  · Succession Process by which one community replaces another, mostly by predictable and orderly changes in the composition or structure of an ecological communit Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

Analysis of the relationship between bare soil evaporation and soil moisture simulated by 13 land surface schemes for a simple non-vegetated site C.E. Desborough a, *, A.J. Pitman a, p.

Irannejad b a School of Earth Science, Macquar& University, North Ryde,NSW, Australia. opportunity if the unproductive soil evaporation component of ET can be reduced without reducing transpiration. Evaporation from Soil Trends Evaporation from the soil surface after irrigation or rainfall is controlled first by the atmospheric conditions and by the shading of a crop canopy if applicable.

Water. Laboratory and numerical experiments were conducted to investigate the evolution of soil water evaporation during a continuous drying event. Simulated soil water contents and temperatures by the calibrated model well reproduced measured values at different depths.

Results show that the evaporative drying process could be divided into three stages, beginning with a relatively high evaporation Cited by: Influence of climate, soil moisture, and succession on forest carbon and nitrogen cycles Tree growth as affected by soil moisture availability.

Soil Science Society of America Proceedings – Pastor J, Aber JD, Melillo JM (). Forest litter decomposition in relation to soil nitrogn dynamics and litter quality. Ecology 66 Cited by: [Show full abstract] three evaporating sources, plant (P) transpiration, and bare soil (BS) and soil under plant (S) evaporation.

ETM calculates the total evapotranspiration of the stand as well. ELSEVIER Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 88 () AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY Model for evaporation, moisture and temperature of bare soil: calibration and sensitivity analysis Gunnel Alven *, Per-Erik Jansson 1 Department of Soil Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, P.O.

BoxUppsalaSweden Received 30 December ; Cited by: Lecture Surface evaporation and soil moisture (Garratt ) In this lecture • Partitioning between sensible and latent heat fluxes over moist and vegetated surfaces • Vertical movement of soil moisture • Land surface models Evaporation from moist surfaces.

Evaporation accounts for the movement of water to the air from sources such as the soil, canopy interception, and waterbodies. Transpiration accounts for the movement of water within a plant and. Evaporation and Soil Moisture in Relation to the Succession of Plant Associations Created Date: Z.Band depths of prominent water absorption features in the near and shortwave infrared, centered at nm, nm, nm, and nm, were then compared to the surface water content, with the expectation that this metric would be characteristic of the soil moisture content and be largely independent of soil bextselfreset.com by: How can I reduce the soil water evaporation rate?

Will canopy or mulching help, and how can we reduce the drain water in a field?