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Measurement and estimation of different environmental variables

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Measurement and estimation of different environmental variables

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Measurement and estimation of different environmental variables

  1. 1. Measurement and estimation of different environmental variables
  2. 2. Thermometer placed in Stevenson screen
  3. 3. Thermocouples connected with data logger
  4. 4. Rain gauge
  5. 5. Rotating cup anemometer Kestrel 2500 hand-held weather meter
  6. 6. Sonic anemometer (for horizontal and vertical wind speed)
  7. 7. Hygrometer
  8. 8. Lux meter Light meter
  9. 9. A measure of the ability of the atmosphere to remove water from the surface through the processes of evaporation and transpiration assuming no control on water supply.
  10. 10. Penman–Monteith equation (after Howard Penman and John Monteith) Predicts net evapotranspiration (ET), requiring as input daily mean temperature, wind speed, relative humidity and solar radiation
  11. 11. A number representing net effect of evaporation, transpiration, and precipitation in producing cumulative moisture depletion in deep duff or upper soil layers.
  12. 12. Pyranometer
  13. 13. Pyranometer
  14. 14. Campbell-Stoke Sunshine recorder
  15. 15. Accupar

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