evapotranspiration


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evapotranspiration

[i‚vap·ō‚tranz·pə′rā·shən]
(hydrology)
Discharge of water from the earth's surface to the atmosphere by evaporation from lakes, streams, and soil surfaces and by transpiration from plants. Also known as fly-off; total evaporation; water loss.
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The annual average evapotranspiration is the total evapotranspiration from (2) divided by the number of years studied.
Consumptive use is the sum of the water lost by evapotranspiration and the amount contained in plant tissues.
An update for the calculation of reference evapotranspiration.
Avoiding Litigation: During times of drought, evapotranspiration data acts as a basis for determining water shortages.
Irrigation management in the drainage lysimeter was determined based on water balance, drainage and reference evapotranspiration obtained in the grass-lysimeter.
Caption: FIGURE 3--Lychee fruit development according to the summation of potential evapotranspiration (PET, mm).
2012 30 a 2013 23 b Cabernet Sauvignon grapevines irrigated at various fractions of crop evapotranspiration (denoted by subscripts of ETc) from fruit set to harvest over three years; ET25/100 refers to 25% ETc before veraison and 100% ETc thereafter.
The Study area was divided in four different zones of evapotranspiration.
The ET0 was multiplied with crop coefficient (Kc) to calculate estimated crop evapotranspiration (ETc; mm day-1).
The UW has done appreciable cooperation in terms of providing real time daily Potential Evapotranspiration and precipitation for entire Pakistan using NASA's remotely sensed data.
Regional climate changes mainly influence precipitation and evapotranspiration, leading to an increase or decrease in regional water resources.