Modeling water uptake on coniferous forest Oregon watershed 10 synthesis Public Deposited

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  • In the Coniferous Forest Biome, many of the understory as well as dominant plants are evergreen and thus water uptake is a year around process. The flow of water from the soil through plants to the atmosphere affects the entire forest ecosystem. As water is evaporated, it absorbs heat and influences the energy budget; as it is conducted through vascular plants, it carries nutrients; and as it is removed from the soil, it reduces seepage and water available to free-living soil organisms. It is important in an ecosystem model that the hydrologic, biologic, and meteorological processes be coupled in a realistic manner. It is the objective of this report to suggest a coupling that is both practical and theoretically sound.
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