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For this case we are interested in examining the effects of stability in limiting the downward transport of dry air because this is necessary to sustain the very high evaporation rates from a wet canopy that have sometimes been reported. Figure 5 indicates that a steady, stable PBL cannot be considered naturally subdivided into a surface layer and an outer layer. Without positive buoyancy a mixed layer does not form, and potential temperature gradients develop throughout the PBL depth. Because of this, vertical gradients develop progressively as air moves from over one vegetation type to over another.
Jarvis We admit to some difficulty here because we are far from satisfied with our calculation of um and Dm in stable conditions. However, much of the information on evaporation from wet canopies suggests slight lapse or neutral conditions, as in Fig. , Stewart, 1977). There are fewer difficulties in making the reverse prediction of the effects of replacing forest by grassland on transpiration and evaporation for two reasons. First, because rb is small over forest, DiF is not very different from Dm or even from D(z) at the same height over grassland.
More experiments of this type, in which differences in fluxes are compared with the predictions of PBL models, are needed. An important hydrological problem is the prediction of forest interception losses. A conclusion from our review is that very high rates of evaporation from forest are not as common as is frequently supposed, but we have been unable to make any quantitative estimates of evaporation rates from our considerations of processes in the PBL. Thus we identify the problem of advection on a scale of tens of kilometers over wet forest as a research topic deserving considerable attention.
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