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“…Surface roughness has large effects on boundary-layer properties, and thus on the gas-exchange properties of a moss clump. Surface roughness has traditionally been measured by contact surface probes ( Rice et al, 2001 ), but more efficient laser scanning methods ( Rice et al, 2005 ) and stereoscopic image analysis ( Krumnikl et al, 2010 ), drawing on analogies to LIDAR scanning of forests. Uptake of these methods in bryology has to date been limited (although see Acosta-Mercado et al, 2012 ), but their application, in conjunction with shoot- and leaf-scale architectural characterizations, shows great potential ( Rice and Cornelissen, 2014 ).…”
Section: Shoots and Canopies: Whole-plant Approachesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Surface roughness has large effects on boundary-layer properties, and thus on the gas-exchange properties of a moss clump. Surface roughness has traditionally been measured by contact surface probes ( Rice et al, 2001 ), but more efficient laser scanning methods ( Rice et al, 2005 ) and stereoscopic image analysis ( Krumnikl et al, 2010 ), drawing on analogies to LIDAR scanning of forests. Uptake of these methods in bryology has to date been limited (although see Acosta-Mercado et al, 2012 ), but their application, in conjunction with shoot- and leaf-scale architectural characterizations, shows great potential ( Rice and Cornelissen, 2014 ).…”
Section: Shoots and Canopies: Whole-plant Approachesmentioning
confidence: 99%