Revisiting the parameterization of potential evaporation as a driver of long-term water balance trends
We examine the effects of two different parameterizations of potential evaporation on long-term trends in soil moisture, evaporative flux and runoff simulated by the water balance model underlying the Palmer Drought Severity Index. The first, traditional
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