Spatially distributing monthly reference evapotranspiration and pan evaporation considering topographic influences
Many hydrological models engage spatially distributed measures of 'potential evapotranspiration' (ETpot). The reliability and utility of the physically based Penman-Monteith approach to generate ETpot has been recently advocated. Assuming land-surface conditions, spatial surfaces of reference evapotranspiration (ET0) can be generated taking into account the topographic influence of forcing meteorological variables. This was performed in this paper by spatially interpolating maximum (Tmax) and...[Show more]
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