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Trees growing through impervious surfaces use shallower water sources: A stable isotope study
불투수층에서 자라는 수목의 얕은 수원 이용 : 안정 동위원소를 이용한 연구

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Authors
정지나
Advisor
류영렬
Major
농업생명과학대학 협동과정농림기상학
Issue Date
2016
Publisher
서울대학교 대학원
Keywords
impervious surfacestable isotopeIsoSourcetree water sourcesecohydrology
Description
학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 대학원 : 협동과정농림기상학, 2016. 2. 류영렬.
Abstract
Impervious surfaces account for a large proportion of urban land surface. However, little is known about tree water use in impervious surfaces. Here, we compared the water sources of trees growing through impervious and pervious surfaces using oxygen and hydrogen isotopic compositions from stem water and other potential water sources before and during the wet season. The proportion of topsoil water in the water source, calculated using a simple linear mixing model, showed that trees growing through impervious surfaces took up more water from shallow layers than control trees before the wet season. An IsoSource model applied in the wet season confirmed that trees growing through impervious surfaces took most of their water from depths of around 20 cm, while control trees took the greatest portion of their water from a depth of 70 and 100 cm. These findings could improve urban hydrological cycle models and suggest that urban trees growing through impervious surfaces might be more vulnerable to drought.
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/125456
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