In drier regions, evapotranspiration may produce periods of drought--defined as below-normal levels of rivers, lakes and groundwater, and lack of enough soil moisture in agricultural areas," reports UCS.
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ET stands for Evapotranspiration
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2006) summarized the relationships between soil moisture and plant evapotranspiration (ET[sub.
Trees release moisture into air through a process called evapotranspiration," Spracklen said in a phone interview.
With the same (farming) practices, increased urbanisation and dietary patterns, the amount of water required for agriculture in terms of evapotranspiration would increase from 7,130 cubic kilometres (1,711 cubic miles) today to 70-90 percent more to feed nine billion people by 2050.
presents information derived from research at the Evapotranspiration Laboratory from 1984 and 1991 with field-grown sorghum, winter wheat, and rangeland plants under elevated levels of carbon dioxide.
Remote sensing of crop evapotranspiration A key part of attaining higher irrigation water use efficiency in large fields is to schedule seasonal irrigations in concert with crop water needs.
Few studies have analysed the time variability of S as affected by evapotranspiration and rainfall.
And bank stability increases as soil moisture decreases, so in the summer, the effect from evapotranspiration actually provides more structural support to the streambanks than the roots do.