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Volume 22, issue 1
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 819–830, 2018
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Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 819–830, 2018
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Technical note 30 Jan 2018

Technical note | 30 Jan 2018

Technical note: Using distributed temperature sensing for Bowen ratio evaporation measurements

Bart Schilperoort et al.
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Using the DTS technology, we measured the evaporation of a forest using fibre optic cables. The cables work like long thermometers, with a measurement every 12.5 cm. We placed the cables vertically along the tower, one cable being dry, the other kept wet. By looking at the dry and wet cable temperatures over the height we are able to study heat storage and the amount of water the forest is evaporating. These results can be used to better understand the storage and heat exchange of forests.
Using the DTS technology, we measured the evaporation of a forest using fibre optic cables. The...
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