Soil heat flux is an important part of surface energy balance, and it is the basis of energy balance analysis. In 2011-2013, hfp01 was installed at 5cm and 10cm of Tamarix community in the lower reaches of Heihe River to measure soil heat flux, with the frequency of 0.5h.
Data file name: soil heat flux 2012.xlsx; it can be viewed and edited by WPS or excel.
1. Yu, T.F., Feng, Q., Si, J.H., Xi, H.Y., Li, Z.X., & Chen, A.F. (2013). Hydraulic redistribution of soil water by roots of two desert riparian phreatophytes in northwest China's extremely arid region. Plant and soil, 372(1-2): 297-308.(View Details)Cite as:
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1.Yu, T., Feng, Q., Si, J., Xi, H., Li, Z., & Chen, A. (2013). Hydraulic redistribution of soil water by roots of two desert riparian phreatophytes in northwest China’s extremely arid region. Plant and soil, 372(1-2), 297-308. (View Details )
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