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Ling Lv

Ling Lv

Ph.D. Student

Publications

1. Lv, Ling, S.B. Jones and L.E. Hipps. 2020. Evapotranspiration Estimates in Four Common Vegetation Types in a Mountain Region of the Intermountain West. In preparation for review in Ag. Forest Meteorology.

Abstracts

1. Jones, Scott B., Ling Lv and Lawrence Hipps. 2015. Estimating Water Use in a Semi-arid Montane Ecosystem using a Soil Moisture Network and Numerical Modeling. Presented at the Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, Nov. 15-18.
2. Lv, Ling, Scott B. Jones, Trenton E. Franz. 2013. A Cosmic-Ray Soil Moisture Sensor for Intermediate-Scale (700 m) Estimates at the T.W. Daniel Experimental Forest. Presented at the Annual Spring Runoff Conference, Utah State University, Eccles Conference Center, Logan, UT, April 9-10.
3. Ling Lv, Scott B. Jones, Lawrence E. Hipps. 2012. Assessing Water Use in Semi-arid Montane Aspen, Conifer, Sage and Grass/Forb Ecosystems using Measurements and Numerical Simulation. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 21-24, 2012
4. Lv, Ling, Lawrence Hipps and S.B. Jones. 2012. Water Use of Aspen, Conifer, Sage and Grass/Forb Communities in a Semi-arid Montane Ecosystem. Annual Spring Runoff Conference, Utah State University, Eccles Conference Center, Logan, UT, April 3-4, 2012.
5. Ling Lv, Jobie Carlisle, Lawrence Hipps and Scott B. Jones. 2011. Modeling Evapotranspiration in a Semi-arid Mountain Ecosystem Integrating HYDRUS-1D and Weather Data. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA International Annual Meetings, San Antonio, TX, October 16 – 19, 2011.
6. Lv., Ling, Jobie Carlisle and S.B. Jones. 2011. Modeling Conifer Forest Evapotranspiration in a Semi-arid Mountain Ecosystem. Annual Spring Runoff Conference, Utah State University, Eccles Conference Center, Logan, UT, March 29-30. 7.