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'Single-Layer Models of Evaporation From Plant Canopies Are Incorrect but Useful, Whereas Multilayer Models Are Correct but Useless': Discuss
MR Raupach and JJ Finnigan
Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 15(6) 705 - 716
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