Dynamics of flows of
matter and energy these biomes are relevant to understanding of environmental
processes that govern the biosphere-atmosphere interactions and between
ecosystems. This study analyzed inter season and season of energy fluxes in
Brazilian Savana through Bowen Ration Method. Results show differences in
patterns LE in all season, LE predominant in wet while H in dry. This inversion
in patterns of predominant components of the energy balance in wet and dry
season because in wet season increase water content in soil and atmosphere due precipitation
in this season providing more lost energy for atmosphere in shape LE through
soil evaporation and plant transpiration, this results in LE and H in all
season of the Brazilian Savana show higher variation in dynamics energy fluxes
between surface and atmosphere, as well as energy partition in this biome.
Statistics analyses presents than many climate variables influences LE and H in
each season indicating complexity in this fluxes. More study is necessary to
higher understand patterns energies fluxes in Brazilian Savana.
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