Evaluation of IA SWAT Testing Protocol for ET Controllers
In recent years the Irrigation Association (IA) has developed a testing protocol for Smart Water Application Technologies (SWAT). These technologies consist of irrigation controllers such...

Evaluation of the Technical Equivalency of Engineered Phyto-Cover Systems to RCRA Landfill Caps

Hydrologic Investigations of the Loxahatchee Mitigation Bank

Estimation of Crop Evapotranspiration by Using the Penman-Monteith Method with a Variable Canopy Resistance

Reference Evapotranspiration by Using the Residual Energy Balance Method

Areal Evapotranspiration Estimation Using Several Alternative Formulations of the CRAE Hypothesis

Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis of a Regional Simulation Model for the Natural System in South Florida

Modeling for Study of the Hydrologic Processes in Watershed

Comparison of Analytical Solutions for One- and Two-Layer Aquifers

A Simple Extension to the `abc' Watershed Model

A Regional Model of Reference Evapotranspiration for the Northeast United States

Evaluation of Dormant Season Evapotranspiration
Water use during the dormant season is often considered to be insignificant in terms of the total water balance. Evapotranspiration was measured over three fields with different crop covers...

Simulating Evapotranspiration on Semi-Arid Rangelands
Detailed simulations of the surface energy balance using the Simultaneous Heat and Water (SHAW) model were compared with measurements collected at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed...

An Update on Surface Renewal Estimation of Evapotranspiration
The surface renewal (SR) method for estimating sensible heat flux density (H) has been shown to give good estimates of evapotranspiratiou (ET) when used in an energy balance equation with...

Regulatory Assessment of Evapotranspiration at Yucca Mountain

Air-Tough: A Fully 3-Dimensional Linking of Atmosphere with Soil Using Eddy Diffusivity Concept and V-Tough

Limitations on Use of the HELP Model Version 3

Assessing Integrity of Agricultural Weather Data

Multivariate Stochastic Modeling and Optimal Filtering for Weather Network Data Quality Control

Crop Coefficient Based Evapotranspiration Estimates Compared with Mechanistic Model Results





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