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Course of temperature distribution in the soil layer from 0 to 100 cm deep with differentiated soil plant cover

By: Kolodziej, J | 2. Symposium: climate of the cultivated field Lublin (Poland) 27-28 Sep 1990.
Contributor(s): Galant, H [coaut.] | Liniewicz, K [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (Poland). ; No. 396.Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1991ISBN: 83-900347-1-9. ISSN 0084-5477.Subject(s): Eastern Europe | Environmental factors | Environmental temperature | Europe | Gramineae | Soil | Soil chemistry and physics | Temperature | TriticumDDC classification: 94-019124 In: Glinski, J.; Kossowski,-J.; Sikora,-E. (eds.). Polska Akademia Nauk Wydzial Nauk Rolniczych i Lesnych, Lublin (Poland). Inst. Agrofizyki. Climate of the cultivated field. Agrophysical, agrometeorological and phytoactinometrical problems. Klimat pola uprawnego. Zagadnienia agrofizyczne, agrometeorologiczne i fitoaktynometryczne. Lublin (Poland). Instytut Agrofizyki PAN. 1991. p. 57-61. Distributed 199294-019124Summary: Temperature distribution in the soil profile from 0 to 100 cm deep under three different covers (black fallow, lawn, winter wheat canopy) during vegetation period was analysed. It was observed that the highest temperature levels appeared under the black fallow, and the lowest under the winter wheat canopy. This phenomenon was mainly observed when there was an insolating type of weather and the surface layer. Whereas during cloudy type of weather higher temperature levels predominated under the lawn cover, and the lowest in the surface layers of black fallow. In the deeper layers the lowest temperature levels were noticed under winter wheat bothCollection: AGRIS Collection
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Temperature distribution in the soil profile from 0 to 100 cm deep under three different covers (black fallow, lawn, winter wheat canopy) during vegetation period was analysed. It was observed that the highest temperature levels appeared under the black fallow, and the lowest under the winter wheat canopy. This phenomenon was mainly observed when there was an insolating type of weather and the surface layer. Whereas during cloudy type of weather higher temperature levels predominated under the lawn cover, and the lowest in the surface layers of black fallow. In the deeper layers the lowest temperature levels were noticed under winter wheat both

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