ATMOS 14 Cited Publications
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Cited Publications for ATMOS 14

In 2015, the VP4 changed its name to the ATMOS 14, but they are the same sensor.

  • Carrasco-Benavides, Marcos, Javiera Antunez-Quilobrán, Antonella Baffico-Hernández, Carlos Ávila-Sánchez, Samuel Ortega-Farías, Sergio Espinoza, John Gajardo, Marco Mora, and Sigfredo Fuentes. “Performance Assessment of Thermal Infrared Cameras of Different Resolutions to Estimate Tree Water Status from Two Cherry Cultivars: An Alternative to Midday Stem Water Potential and Stomatal Conductance.” Sensors 20, no. 12 (2020): 3596. (Article link).
  • Fontanet, Mireia, Elia Scudiero, Todd H. Skaggs, Daniel Fernàndez-Garcia, Francesc Ferrer, Gema Rodrigo, and Joaquim Bellvert. “Dynamic Management Zones for Irrigation Scheduling.” Agricultural Water Management 238 (2020): 106207. (Article link).
  • Li, Bo, Bijiao Shi, Zhenzhu Yao, Manoj Kumar Shukla, and Taisheng Du. “Energy partitioning and microclimate of solar greenhouse under drip and furrow irrigation systems.” Agricultural Water Management 234 (2020): 106096. (Article link).
  • Muffler, Lena, Robert Weigel, Andrew J. Hacket‐Pain, Marcin Klisz, Ernst van der Maaten, Martin Wilmking, Juergen Kreyling, and Marieke van der Maaten‐Theunissen. “Lowest drought sensitivity and decreasing growth synchrony towards the dry distribution margin of European beech.” Journal of Biogeography (2020). (Article link).
  • Obia, Alfred, Gerard Cornelissen, Vegard Martinsen, Andreas Botnen Smebye, and Jan Mulder. “Conservation tillage and biochar improve soil water content and moderate soil temperature in a tropical Acrisol.” Soil and Tillage Research 197 (2020): 104521. (Article link).
  • Sanchez, Olivia, Stephanie E. Burnett, and Bryan J. Peterson. “Environment, Photosynthesis, and Adventitious Rooting of Manchurian Lilac Cuttings Propagated in Overhead Mist, Submist, and Combination Systems.” HortScience 55, no. 1 (2020): 78-82. (Article link).
  • Barba, Josep, Rafael Poyatos, and Rodrigo Vargas. “Automated measurements of greenhouse gases fluxes from tree stems and soils: magnitudes, patterns and drivers.” Scientific Reports 9, no. 1 (2019): 1-13. (Article link).
  • Gong, Xue-Wei, Guang-Hui Lü, Xue-Min He, Binoy Sarkar, and Xiao-Dong Yang. “High air humidity causes atmospheric water absorption via assimilating branches in the deep-rooted tree Haloxylon ammodendron in an arid desert region of Northwest China.” Frontiers in Plant Science 10 (2019): 573. (Article link).
  • Martin, Justin, Nathaniel Looker, Zachary Hoylman, Kelsey Jencso, and Jia Hu. “Hydrometeorology organizes intra‐annual patterns of tree growth across time, space and species in a montane watershed.” New Phytologist 215, no. 4 (2017): 1387-1398. (Article link)