Hydrology and Land Surface Studies
Rubber plantations act as water pumps in tropical China
Article first published online: 31 DEC 2011
© 2011 by the American Geophysical Union
Geophysical Research Letters
Volume 38, Issue 24, 28 December 2011
How to Cite
2011), Rubber plantations act as water pumps in tropical China, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L24406, doi:10.1029/2011GL050006., et al. (
- Issue published online: 31 DEC 2011
- Article first published online: 31 DEC 2011
- Manuscript Accepted: 30 NOV 2011
- Manuscript Revised: 23 NOV 2011
- Manuscript Received: 13 OCT 2011
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|grl28781-sup-0002-fs01.eps||PS document||6615K||Figure S1. The comparison of monthly rainfall in rubber plantation and tropical rain forest.|
|grl28781-sup-0003-fs02.eps||PS document||6589K||Figure S2. Comparison on dry season and rainy season surface runoff for rubber plantation and tropical rain forest.|
|grl28781-sup-0004-fs03.eps||PS document||7606K||Figure S3. The daily sum of evapotranspiration in rubber plantation and rain forest and the differences of monthly evapotranspiration between rubber plantation and rain forest.|
|grl28781-sup-0005-fs04.eps||PS document||7186K||Figure S4. Soil water content collected in the tropical seasonal rain forest from year 2003 to year 2009.|
|grl28781-sup-0006-fs05.eps||PS document||6574K||Figure S5. Litterfall production in tropical seasonal rain forest collected during 2003–2006.|
|grl28781-sup-0007-fs06.eps||PS document||6647K||Figure S6. The sapflow density during the rainy season and dry season for rubber plantation and tropical rainforest.|
|grl28781-sup-0008-fs07.eps||PS document||6753K||Figure S7. Profiles of air temperature, relative humidity and derived vapor pressure deficit for rubber plantation and rain forest.|
|grl28781-sup-0009-fs08.eps||PS document||6773K||Figure S8. The albedo of rubber plantation and rain forest.|
|grl28781-sup-0010-fs09.eps||PS document||21500K||Figure S9. Comparison of net radiation balance and its components in rubber plantation and tropical rain forest.|
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