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Interannual Variation in Transpiration Peak of a Hill Evergreen Forest in Northern Thailand in the Late Dry Season: Simulation of Evapotranspiration with a Soil-Plant-Air Continuum Model

By Tanaka K., Wakahara T., Shiraki K., Yoshifuji N. and Suzuki M.

Submitted: October 25th 2010Reviewed: June 24th 2011Published: November 9th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/18090

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Tanaka K., Wakahara T., Shiraki K., Yoshifuji N. and Suzuki M. (November 9th 2011). Interannual Variation in Transpiration Peak of a Hill Evergreen Forest in Northern Thailand in the Late Dry Season: Simulation of Evapotranspiration with a Soil-Plant-Air Continuum Model, Evapotranspiration - From Measurements to Agricultural and Environmental Applications, Giacomo Gerosa, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/18090. Available from:

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