Venezuelan International Meteorological and Hydrological Experiment (VIMHEX): hydrology report. v. 4, Soil temperatures and heat content
VIMHEX is an intensive program of tropical meteorological and hydrological observations taken in northeast Venezuela during the summer of 1969 to support a study of tropical atmospheric physics and the resulting effect of rainfall. The objectives of the program are to express the meso-scale weather structure in terms of the synoptic-scale envelope and to formulate the ground response to the rainfall produced by tropical weather disturbances over relatively flat tropical topography. During the period from 1800 hours on September 29 to 2400 hours on September 30, 1969, soil temperature and soil ...
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