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A method for predicting spatial distribution of evaporation using simple meteorological data

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A method for predicting spatial distribution of evaporation using simple meteorological data. / Varley, M. J.; Beven, K. J.; Oliver, H. R.

Exchange Processes at the Land Surface for a Range of Space and Time Scales : (IAHS Proceedings & Reports). ed. / H.J. Bolle; R.A. Feddes; Jetse D. Kalma. Vol. 212 1993. p. 619-626.

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Varley, MJ, Beven, KJ & Oliver, HR 1993, A method for predicting spatial distribution of evaporation using simple meteorological data. in HJ Bolle, RA Feddes & JD Kalma (eds), Exchange Processes at the Land Surface for a Range of Space and Time Scales : (IAHS Proceedings & Reports). vol. 212, pp. 619-626.

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Varley, M. J., Beven, K. J., & Oliver, H. R. (1993). A method for predicting spatial distribution of evaporation using simple meteorological data. In H. J. Bolle, R. A. Feddes, & J. D. Kalma (Eds.), Exchange Processes at the Land Surface for a Range of Space and Time Scales : (IAHS Proceedings & Reports) (Vol. 212, pp. 619-626)

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Varley MJ, Beven KJ, Oliver HR. A method for predicting spatial distribution of evaporation using simple meteorological data. In Bolle HJ, Feddes RA, Kalma JD, editors, Exchange Processes at the Land Surface for a Range of Space and Time Scales : (IAHS Proceedings & Reports). Vol. 212. 1993. p. 619-626

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Varley, M. J. ; Beven, K. J. ; Oliver, H. R. / A method for predicting spatial distribution of evaporation using simple meteorological data. Exchange Processes at the Land Surface for a Range of Space and Time Scales : (IAHS Proceedings & Reports). editor / H.J. Bolle ; R.A. Feddes ; Jetse D. Kalma. Vol. 212 1993. pp. 619-626

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abstract = "A methodology for predicting the spatial distribution of evaporation rate in a catchment based on the Penman-Monteith (P-M) equation is suggested. The prediction is resolved into the four basic controlling components: net radiation, aerodynamic resistance, saturation state of the atmosphere and canopy resistance. Computer models of each component were then devised based on digital terrain analysis and tested for validity against observed data for clear sky conditions. Predicted values of potential evaporation compared favourably with those calculated from the observed data with a model efficiency of 0.80 and actual evaporation values were calculated based on this success. The digital terrain analysis enabled interpolation of the P-M calculations throughout the catchment allowing prediction of the spatial distribution of evaporation. -from Authors",
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