25th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

Session 8

 Weather and climate effects on vegetation growth
 Organizer: Peter Blanken, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
1:30 PM8.1Predicting water demand for irrigation based on crop simulation model and local weather data  extended abstract
Larry C. Guerra, Univ. of Georgia, Griffin, GA; and G. Hoogenboom, V. K. Boken, D. L. Thomas, J. E. Hook, and K. A. Harrison
1:45 PM8.2Estimating cotton-Irrigation in georgia using Geostatistics and GIS  extended abstract
Vijendra K. Boken, Univ. of Georgia, Griffin, GA; and G. Hoogenboom, J. E. Hook, D. M. Thomas, L. C. Guerra, and K. A. Harrison
2:00 PM8.3Observation of transpiration and photosynthesis of spring—summer tomato in the growing season under high temperatures and low humidities in greenhouse  
Enrique G. Sosa, Univ. of Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico; and V. R. Ocampo, R. J. Ramirez, O. A. Lopez, and G. Aurelio
2:15 PM8.4Prediction of Wheat Yield Using Artificial Neural Networks  
Babak Safa Sr., Iranian Meteorological Organization, Tehran, Iran; and A. Khalili, M. Teshnehlab, and A. M. Liaghat
2:30 PM8.5Agricultural Planning of Farm Operations in the Tropical Rainforest and Guinea Savanna Area of Nigeria  extended abstract
Oluseun S. Idowu, Nigeria Meteorological Agency, Oshodi, Lagos, Nigeria; and S. O. Gbuyiro
2:45 PM8.6Comparison of simulated stem temperatures and observed air temperatures with observed stem growth in forest openings  
Brian E. Potter, USDA Forest Service, East Lansing, MI; and T. Strong
3:00 PMCoffee Break  

Wednesday, 22 May 2002: 1:30 PM-3:30 PM

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