evapotranspiration


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evapotranspiration

loss of water from the soil by direct loss plus loss through evaporation of moisture by plants growing on the soil.
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In order to compare results from empirical methods with pan data, the following diagrams are used: According to table 2 and figure 1, best method to measure monthly potential evapotranspiration is determinable.
Abbreviation Environmental variable AET Mean annual actual evapotranspiration PETmin Minimum month potential evapotranspiration PET Mean annual potential evapotranspiration RAN Annual rainfall MAT Mean annual temperature Bio4 Temperature seasonality (st.
The corn crop evapotranspiration calculated by the CERES-Maize model overestimated the real water needs of the crop.
8% of the variance of the biweekly measured soil water storage data was explained from the measurements of precipitation and evapotranspiration (Fig.
Evapotranspiration is 1000mm leaving an effective rainfall of 2000mm.
Evapotranspiration transforms tens of percent of incoming solar energy, equalizes differences in temperatures, determines primary productions and holds nutrients in the soil.
Massachusetts' Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority and Idaho's Mapping Evapotranspiration program round out this year's honorees.
Evapotranspiration covers for landfills and waste sites.
Rising temperatures mean more water lost to evapotranspiration (from land to the atmosphere).
Evapotranspiration (ET) is the combination of evaporation from the soil surface and transpiration from vegetation.
Green roof energy savings come from decreased solar heat flux by evapotranspiration, shading, and insulation, which depend on water content as well as plant and soil material.