USDA Forest Service
 

Pacific Southwest Research Station

 

Pacific Southwest Research Station
800 Buchanan Street
West Annex Building
Albany, CA 94710-0011

(510) 559-6300

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Urban Ecosystems and Social Dynamics

Urban Ecosystems and Processes

Modeling Urban Tree Rainfall Interception

Summary

A rainfall interception model for urban trees.


Years of Research:  1996-2000

Funded by:  USDA Forest Service

Cooperators:  UC Davis Department of Land, Air and Water Resources

Products / Publications:

  1. Xiao, Q., E.G. McPherson, S.L. Ustin and M.E. Grismer. 2000. A new approach to modeling tree rainfall interception. Journal of Geophysical Research 105(D23) :29,173-29,188 - View Document [2.92 MB]

  2. Xiao, Q., E.G. McPherson, S.L. Ustin, M.E. Grismer and J.R. Simpson. . A new rainfall interception measuring system. Presented at American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting, Fall 1997 - View Document [81.22 KB]

  3. Xiao, Q. 1998. Rainfall interception by urban forests. Davis, CA: University of California. Ph.D. Dissertation - View Document [242.24 KB]

  4. Kleinman, M., Geiger, J.R. 2010. Trees in Our City - Central Florida. Center for Urban Forest Research - View Document [4.21 MB]

  5. . . Trees in Our City - Interior West. - View Document [< 1 KB]= Download File

  6. Kleinman, M., Geiger, J.R. 2010. Trees in Our City - Northern California Coast. Center for Urban Forest Research - View Document [3.88 MB]

  7. Xiao, Q., E.G. McPherson, S.L. Ustin, M.E. Grismer, and J.R. Simpson. 2000. Winter rainfall interception by two mature open grown trees in Davis, CA. Hydrological Processes. 14(4) :763-784 - View Document [637.65 KB]

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