Brian N. Bailey
Brian N. Bailey
Department of Plant Sciences, University of California Davis
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ucdavis.edu
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Turbulence in sparse, organized vegetative canopies: a large-eddy simulation study
BN Bailey, R Stoll
Boundary-layer meteorology 147 (3), 369-400, 2013
772013
Rapid measurement of the three-dimensional distribution of leaf orientation and the leaf angle probability density function using terrestrial LiDAR scanning
BN Bailey, WF Mahaffee
Remote Sensing of Environment 194, 63-76, 2017
622017
A new three-dimensional energy balance model for complex plant canopy geometries: Model development and improved validation strategies
BN Bailey, R Stoll, ER Pardyjak, NE Miller
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 218, 146-160, 2016
452016
The creation and evolution of coherent structures in plant canopy flows and their role in turbulent transport
BN Bailey, R Stoll
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 789, 425-460, 2016
372016
A scalable plant-resolving radiative transfer model based on optimized GPU ray tracing
BN Bailey, M Overby, P Willemsen, ER Pardyjak, WF Mahaffee, R Stoll
Agricultural and forest meteorology 198, 192-208, 2014
322014
A multi-layer urban canopy meteorological model with trees (BEP-Tree): Street tree impacts on pedestrian-level climate
ES Krayenhoff, T Jiang, A Christen, A Martilli, TR Oke, BN Bailey, ...
Urban Climate 32, 100590, 2020
312020
Effect of vegetative canopy architecture on vertical transport of massless particles
BN Bailey, R Stoll, ER Pardyjak, WF Mahaffee
Atmospheric environment 95, 480-489, 2014
262014
The accuracy of the compressible Reynolds equation for predicting the local pressure in gas-lubricated textured parallel slider bearings
M Qiu, BN Bailey, R Stoll, B Raeymaekers
Tribology international 72, 83-89, 2014
262014
Rapid, high-resolution measurement of leaf area and leaf orientation using terrestrial LiDAR scanning data
BN Bailey, WF Mahaffee
Measurement Science and Technology 28 (6), 064006, 2017
182017
A reverse ray-tracing method for modelling the net radiative flux in leaf-resolving plant canopy simulations
BN Bailey
Ecological Modelling 368, 233-245, 2018
172018
A rapid and scalable radiation transfer model for complex urban domains
M Overby, P Willemsen, BN Bailey, S Halverson, ER Pardyjak
Urban Climate 15, 25-44, 2016
132016
Semi-direct tree reconstruction using terrestrial LiDAR point cloud data
BN Bailey, MH Ochoa
Remote Sensing of Environment 208, 133-144, 2018
122018
Sensitivity analysis of four crop water stress indices to ambient environmental conditions and stomatal conductance
M Poirier-Pocovi, BN Bailey
Scientia Horticulturae 259, 108825, 2020
82020
Evaluating the use of Beer's law for estimating light interception in canopy architectures with varying heterogeneity and anisotropy
MAP de León, BN Bailey
Ecological Modelling 406, 133-143, 2019
72019
Numerical considerations for lagrangian stochastic dispersion models: Eliminating rogue trajectories, and the importance of numerical accuracy
BN Bailey
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 162 (1), 43-70, 2017
62017
Evaluation of the QUIC-URB wind solver and QESRadiant radiation-transfer model using a dense array of urban meteorological observations
P Girard, DF Nadeau, ER Pardyjak, M Overby, P Willemsen, R Stoll, ...
Urban climate 24, 657-674, 2018
52018
Modeling of reference temperatures for calculating crop water stress indices from infrared thermography
M Poirier-Pocovi, A Volder, BN Bailey
Agricultural Water Management 233, 106070, 2020
42020
Helios: A scalable 3D plant and environmental biophysical modeling framework
BN Bailey
Frontiers in plant science 10, 1185, 2019
42019
Improving management of grape powdery mildew with new tools and knowledge
W Mahaffee, S Schwebs, F Hand, D Gubler, B Bailey, R Stoll
Pract Winery Vineyard April, 59-67, 2014
32014
Quic envsim: Radiative heat transfer in vegetative and urban environments with nvidia optix
M Overby, S Halverson, B Bailey, P Willemsen, R Stoll, E Pardyjak
GPU Technology Conference 2014, 16, 2014
22014
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