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All Topics | Topic "Net Evaporation"
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Mrs. Érica Campos

Subject: Net Evaporation   
Posted: 7/17/2019 Viewed: 2248 times
Evaporation affects the volume of water in the reservoirs of my study area as it is located in a semiarid region. I noticed that the net evaporation is constant from one year to another in my model. I thought the water year method change would influence the input data from the current accounts, but it did not. How do you recommend I should configure the net evaporation to vary based on water year method or the area of the reservoir?
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Topic "Net Evaporation"