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Student Solar Project 
Could bright sunlight provide much-needed power and energy? Some UT students are working to harness solar radiation as a way to heat and cool our homes and fuel our lifestyles.


Recent Publications

Mapping Daily Light Integrals for Greenhouse Production.  Logan, J., C. E. Sams, and J. Faust.  2016.  22nd Conference on Applied Climatology, New Orleans, LA, Jan 10-14, 2016.

Cambial activity of Pinus elliottii var. densa reveals influence of solar radiation on seasonal growth dynamics in the Florida Keys Harley, G., H.D. Grissino-Mayer, J. A. Franklin, C. Anderson, and N. Köse.  2012.  Trees - Structure and Function 26:1449-1459.

Effect of Solar Radiation on Disease Severity of Soybean Rust.  Young-Kelly, H., et al.  2012.  Phytopathology, 102:8, 794-803.

Effects of cloudiness change on net ecosystem exchange, light use efficiency, and water use efficiency in typical ecosystems of China Mi Zhang,, Gui-Rui Yu, J. Zhuang, Randall W. Gentry, Yu-Ling Fu, Xiao-Min Sun, Lei-Ming Zhang, and Xue-Fa Wen.  2011.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151(7), 803-816.

Effect of solar radiation on disease severity of soybean rust.  Young-Kelly, H., et al.  2010.  Phytopathology, 100 (supplement):S143.

Long-Term Solar Radiation Data: Can It Help With Greenhouse Light Management?.  Logan, J., and J. Faust-Brown.  1999.  South. Reg., ASHS, 30 Jan - 1 Feb, 1999. Memphis, TN. HortSci 34(5):835.