evaporation pan

evaporation pan

[i‚vap·ə′rā·shən ‚pan]
(engineering)
A type of atmometer consisting of a pan, used in the measurement of the evaporation of water into the atmosphere.
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In this research, using 14 empirical methods of evapotranspiration estimation in monthly scale for the area concerned and eventually, comparing outputs and data from evaporation pan, best empirical relation for each month is suggested.
The evaporation pan used to estimate the water loss is located on a bluff above the lake at Pierre, and it takes the corps' office about an hour each day to make measurements at the site.
Periodically check and clean the evaporation pan under the refrigerator or freezer
In this study, using data from airport meteorological stations in Qazvin plain, monthly values of evapotranspiration will be calculated by 14 experimental methods and then the outputs will be compared with the measured values in evaporation pan and the best methods for calculating monthly and yearly evapotranspiration for the study area will be presented.
Irrigation as a major factor in two levels: irrigation after 50 mm evaporation from class A evaporation pan (control) ([I.
The factor studied included four levels of animal manure (0, 50, 75 and 100% Total N) and two levels of nitroxin (non-application and application) and three levels of irrigation (irrigation after 60, 90 and 120 mm water evaporation from evaporation pan CLASS A) were studied.
The results showed that compared with control (normal irrigation and the use of biological fertilizers), sever stress conditions (of 120 mm evaporation pan of class A) and lack of using biological fertilizer, shows 24.
An experiment test the effect of interaction originate from the irrigation intervals irrigation after 40, 70, 100 and 120mm evaporation pan class A showed that the increase of the interval between irrigations and stress originated from that, cause yield reduction of the seed from 10.
We make our salts, so we can actually control the dampness of it coming out of the evaporation pans.
Salhotra AM, Adams EE, Harleman DRF (1985) Effect of salinity and ionic composition on evaporation--Analysis of Dead Sea evaporation pans.
The jars, we suggest, were for water transport and the trays were installed on an exposed and levelled surface as evaporation pans (Burley 2003: 313).