Measurements of radiation balance components over a water surface
Keywords:radiation balance, infrared radiative fluxes, global solar radiation
Results of measurement of solar and infrared radiative fluxes in the upward and downward direction over a 20 m2 evaporimeter tank are presented. The diurnal and seasonal variations of each component of the radiation balance are discussed. A numerical relation between hourly values of net radiation and global solar radiation is obtained. It is however, found that the net radiation is greater in the afternoon than in the forenoon for a given amount of global solar radiation.
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