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  • A method for measuring whole-tree interception of precipitation is presented which employs mechanical displacement sensors to measure trunk compression caused by the water captured by the tree. This direct and nondestructive method is demonstrated to be sensitive to less than 5 kg of interception field tests in Netherlands and Ghana.
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  • Friesen, J., C. van Beek, J. Selker, H. H. G. Savenije, and N. van de Giesen (2008), Tree rainfall interception measured by stem compression, Water Resources Research, 44, W00D15, doi:10.1029/2008WR007074, [printed 46(4), 2010].
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