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Volume 14, Number 2, April 2005
Biometeorology

Editorial

Free Content Special issue on biometeorology
pp. 103-106(4)
Authors: Bernhofer, Christian; Goldberg, Valeri; Hantel, Michael

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Agricultural and forest meteorology

Radiation components of beech stands in Southwest Germany
pp. 107-115(9)
Authors: Holst, Thomas; Mayer, Helmut

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Forests as protection against airborne immissions
pp. 117-122(6)
Authors: Gravenhorst, Gode; Oltchev, Alexander; Sogachev, Andrey; Ibrom, Andreas; Kreilein, Heinrich

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Modelling the deposition of nitric oxides into a spruce stand (Tharandt Forest)
pp. 123-127(5)
Authors: Pruskowsky, Ina; Queck, Ronald; Bernhofer, Christian

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Modelling the UV-exposure within a plant stand during a vegetation period
pp. 129-135(7)
Authors: Schween, Jan H.; Koepke, Peter

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Continuous measurements of the energy budget components at a pine forest and at a grassland site
pp. 137-142(6)
Authors: Stiller, Bernd; Beyrich, Frank; Hollaz, Georg; Leps, Jens-Peter; Richter, Sieghard; Weisensee, Ulrich

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Simulation of drought for a Scots pine forest (Pinus sylvestris L.) in the southern upper Rhine plain
pp. 143-150(8)
Authors: Wellpott, Axel; Imbery, Florian; Schindler, Dirk; Mayer, Helmut

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The assessment of water vapour and carbon dioxide fluxes above arable crops – A comparison of methods
pp. 151-155(5)
Authors: Schaaf, Stefan; Dämmgen, Ulrich; Grünhage, Ludger; Burkart, Stefan

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Phenology

50-year time series of phenological phases in Germany and Slovakia: a statistical comparison
pp. 173-182(10)
Authors: Bissolli, Peter; Müller-Westermeier, Gerhard; Dittmann, Ernst; Remisová, Viera; Braslavská, Olga; Stastný, Pavel

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Phytoclimate of winter rye stands
pp. 183-189(7)
Authors: Wittchen, Udo; Chmielewski, Frank-Michael

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Phytophenological trends in the Swiss Alps, 1951–2002
pp. 191-196(6)
Authors: Defila, Claudio; Clot, Bernard

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Relating tree phenology with annual carbon fluxes at Tharandt forest
pp. 197-202(6)
Authors: Niemand, Corina; Köstner, Barbara; Prasse, Heiko; Grünwald, Thomas; Bernhofer, Christian

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Results of a first look into the Austrian animal phenological records
pp. 203-209(7)
Authors: Scheifinger, Helfried; Koch, Elisabeth; Winkler, Hans

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Bioshere and regional climate change

Upgrading the coupled vegetation boundary layer model HIRVAC by new soil water and interception modules
pp. 211-218(8)
Authors: Baums, Anne-Barbara; Goldberg, Valeri; Bernhofer, Christian

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Energy and water fluxes above a cacao agroforestry system in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, indicate effects of land-use change on local climate
pp. 219-225(7)
Authors: Falk, Ulrike; Ibrom, Andreas; Oltchev, Alexander; Kreilein, Heinrich; June, Tania; Rauf, Abdul; Merklein, Johannes; Gravenhorst, Gode

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The influence of land surface parameters on energy flux densities derived from remote sensing data
pp. 227-236(10)
Authors: Tittebrand, Antje; Schwiebus, Angela; Berger, Franz H.

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Reconstruction of UV radiation over Southern Germany for the past decades
pp. 237-246(10)
Authors: Reuder, Joachim; Koepke, Peter

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Results of five regional climate studies applying a weather pattern based downscaling method to ECHAM4 climate simulation
pp. 247-257(11)
Authors: Enke, Wolfgang; Deutschländer, Thomas; Schneider, Frank; Küchler, Wilfried

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Human biometeorology/Climate and tourism

UV Index forecasting on a global scale
pp. 259-270(12)
Authors: Staiger, Henning; Koepke, Peter

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Inclusion of short-term adaptation to thermal stresses in a heat load warning procedure
pp. 271-278(8)
Authors: Koppe, Christina; Jendritzky, Gerd

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Human biometeorological relevance of low frequency air pressure oscillations
pp. 279-284(6)
Authors: Wanka, Eva Regina; Höppe, Peter

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Long term measurements of the UV irradiance of inclined surfaces and visualization of UV exposure of the human body
pp. 285-290(6)
Authors: Oppenrieder, Andreas; Höppe, Peter; Koepke, Peter; Reuder, Jochen

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