Radiation, surface temperature and evaporation over wet surfaces
Predicting evaporation from wet surfaces (water, wet soil and canopy surfaces) has long been of major interest in hydrological, meteorological and agricultural communities. In practical applications of the existing models/theories of wet surface evaporation (e.g. the Priestley–Taylor model), net radiation (Rn) and/or surface temperature (Ts; or near‐surface air temperature) are considered to be independent external forcings that determine the evaporation rate. However, neither Rn nor Ts are...[Show more]
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