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Results of soil temperature measurements in Finland, 1961-1970.

Results of soil temperature measurements in Finland, 1961-1970.

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Published by Finnish Meteorological Institute, For sale at the Government Printing Centre in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Finland
    • Subjects:
    • Soil temperature -- Finland -- Observations.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesHavaintoja maan lämpötilasta,, no. 3 =, Soil temperature measurements ;, no 3, Havaintoja maan lämpötilasta ;, n:o 3.
      ContributionsIlmatieteen laitos (Finland)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS594.5 .R47 1979
      The Physical Object
      Pagination59 p. :
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2791374M
      ISBN 109516971318
      LC Control Number83219147

        In the case of both Pcb and root-knot nematodes, air temperature averages were used as an indication of prevalent soil temperatures in these calculations (T soil = (T max + T min)/2). Tiilikkala et al. () showed that air temperature measurements are a satisfactory substitute for soil temperature in risk analysis by: This is the most common soil order in Finland. Most Podzols develop in humid, well drained areas, particularly, in the Boreal and Temperate Zones, on unconsolidated weathering materials of siliceous rock, prominent on glacial till, and alluvial and aeolian deposits of quartzitic sands.

      Measurement of chlorophyll a Physiological techniques Controlled biotests Contaminants in biological tissues Site selection and sampling frequency Quality assurance Source literature and further reading Chapter 12 - HYDROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS Rivers Lakes and reservoirs Mass flux computation. The growing season is short; in southern Finland it lasts days, and in the north days. The temperature varies a great deal throughout the year, and the highest and lowest temperatures range from +30 to degrees Celsius. Cold temperatures and night frost in both early and late summer shorten the growing season.

      Depth of Soil. Last but not least, the depth of the soil can directly affect its electrical conductivity. Plants can only grow in topsoil, the nutrient-rich top-layer of soil. If bedrock, or clay is too close to the surface, this can raise the electrical conductivity of the soil. Soil water characteristic curve and suction measurement Experimental study of the soil-water characteristics of a decomposed soil using the relative humidity (RH) control technique, A.K. Leung and C.W.W. Ng Use of CO2 gas to improve saturation of High .


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Soil temperature and soil flux measurements started at the Haarweg station inhowever the first 2 years are not used in this analysis because the sensors had to settle in the soil. As the winter temperature measurements ofand have large data gaps, it was decided to limit the annual temperature analysis to the – Cited by: There is a strong dependence of thermal conductivity and diffusivity on soil wetness and other soil properties (van Bavel and Hillel, ).

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A BASIC FINNISH CLIMATE DATA SET - DESCRIPTION AND ILLUSTRATIONS data, measurements obtained from five observing stations were also included in the data set. The Soil temperature. The soil temperature at a depth of 20 centimetres below the surface is. found: Results of soil temperature measurements in Finland,t.p.

(Ilmatieteen laitos; Finnish Meteorological Institute). The mean annual soil temperature, measured at 50 cm below soil surface, ranged from °C at the warmest site (Anjala) to °C at the coldest one (Utsjoki, Kevo), and the mean summer soil temperature from °C to °C at the same stations, all being in the range of the cryic temperature Author: Markku Yli-Halla and Delbert L.

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With measured N e and Equations (1)-(3), parameters in (2) and (3) can be estimated through nonlinear regression. To obtain P g. Finland is a member of the European Union.

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