Research was performed in Poggio Casciano Estate (Chianti area, central Italy) with the aim of defining a general approach to analyse the spatial variability of temperature at the microscale. Hourly data were collected from a network of 27 temperature stations covering an area of about 120 ha and determination coefficients (r2) between station pairs on the basis of different geo-topographical factors were calculated. The data were analysed in order to investigate trends describing the spatial distribution of temperature inside the study area. The results pointed out a strong effect of some topographical condition on the distribution of thermal patterns, in particular altitude and the distance from valley bottoms.

The agroclimatic analysis at farm scale / S.Orlandini; A.Dalla Marta; M.Mancini. - In: METEOROLOGICAL APPLICATIONS. - ISSN 1350-4827. - ELETTRONICO. - 13:(2006), pp. 87-93. [10.1017/S1350482706002593]

The agroclimatic analysis at farm scale

ORLANDINI, SIMONE;DALLA MARTA, ANNA;MANCINI, MARCO
2006

Abstract

Research was performed in Poggio Casciano Estate (Chianti area, central Italy) with the aim of defining a general approach to analyse the spatial variability of temperature at the microscale. Hourly data were collected from a network of 27 temperature stations covering an area of about 120 ha and determination coefficients (r2) between station pairs on the basis of different geo-topographical factors were calculated. The data were analysed in order to investigate trends describing the spatial distribution of temperature inside the study area. The results pointed out a strong effect of some topographical condition on the distribution of thermal patterns, in particular altitude and the distance from valley bottoms.
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