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Educational Tools

Biometeorological Software
Developed In-House

Windows-based Leaf Energy Balance Model (executable)

C Code for coupled Leaf Photosynthesis Energy Balance Model

Dispersion Matrix C Code

C Code CANOAK Version 2

Coupled ET-PBL code (Penman-Monteith, Quadratic and Isothermal Radiation Solutions)

Matlab Code for Eddy Covariance Spectral Transfer Function (main: TransferFunctionMoore.m; subroutines: Spectra_Detto.m; transfer_matrix_Detto.m

Matlab Code for Leaf Photosynthesis (main: Photosynthesis.m; subroutine: LeafPs.m)

Software of Colleagues

Daisy World CourseWare

Windows Intuitive Model Of Vegetation response to Atmospheric & Climate change, WIMOVAC

Soil Water Properties, Hydraulic Properies Calculator

Tools for Agrometeorology

 Classic Papers in Biometeorology


Bonan, G. 2002. Ecological Climatology. Cambridge University Press

Eagleson P.S. 2002. Ecohydrology. Cambridge University Press.

Jones, H.G. 1992. Plants and Microclimate. Cambridge Press

Arya, S. P. 1988. Introduction to Micrometeorology. 2nd edition Academic Press.

Campbell,G.S. and Norman, J.M. 1998. An Introduction to Environmental Biophysics. Springer.

Garratt, J.R. 1992. The Atmosphere Boundary Layer. Cambridge Press.

Kaimal, J.C. and J.J. Finnigan. 1994. Atmospheric Boundary Layer Flows: Their Structure and Measurement. Oxford Press.

Physiological Plant Ecology
Larcher W. 1995. Physiological Plant Ecology. Springer-Verlag. Berlin. 252 pp. Principles of Environmental Physics

Monteith, J.L. and M.H. Unsworth. 1990. Principles of Environmental Physics. E.A. Arnold.

Nobel, P.S. 1991. Physiochemical and Environmental Plant Physiology. Academic Press

Oke, T.R. 1987. Boundary Layer Climates. Metheun.
Panofsky, H.A. and J.A. Dutton. 1984. Atmospheric Turbulence. Wiley and Sons, 397 pp.

Stull, R.B. 1988. An Introduction to Boundary Layer Meteorology, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Rosenberg, N.J., B.L. Blad and S.B.Verma. 1983. Microclimate. J. Wiley and Sons.

Tindall, J.A. and J.R. Kunkel. 1999. Unsaturated Zone Hydrology for Scientists and Engineers. Prentice Hall.624 pp.

Last Updated: 2015-09-08

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