Climate Change Effects on Yaqui Valley Agriculture

Identifying Limitations on Use of the HELP Model

The Many Barriers of Yucca Mountain

Industrial Stormwater Treatment Through Evapotranspiration, Port of Tampa

Shallow Infiltration Processes in Arid Watersheds at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Settlement of Building Foundations on Clay Soil Caused by Evapotranspiration
This paper reports on the results of a field investigation and settlement monitoring program which involves five buildings founded on shallow foundations in the sensitive clay deposits...

Impacts of Climate Change on Evapotranspiration and Runoff in the Tennessee River Basin
Recent climate change studies using general circulation models demonstrated the potential for a 1 to 3°C warming in North America, as well as increases in precipitation and evaporation...

Transfer Function Modeling of Evapotranspiration
The correct estimation of evapotranspiration is a fundamental step in planning, design and operation of most water resources projects. The dependence on various climatological parameters...

Estimating Runoff from Precipitation and Temperature
Increasing demands for water and the global climate change resulting from the CO2 buildup in the atmosphere require an improved evaluation of surface-water...

Managing Irrigation in the Presence of Groundwater
A method was developed to use lysimeter data for groundwater contribution to crop water use in the irrigation scheduling procedure for a subsurface drip irrigated field underlain by shallow...

Evapotranspiration by Soil Water Balance Using TDR and Neutron Scattering
The soil water balance method of estimating evapotranspiration (ET) has been widely used since it is considerably cheaper than alternative methods such as the use of weighing lysimeters....

Estimating ET Using Turbulent Coherent Structures
Two methods for estimating sensible heat flux to use in energy balance equations for computing crop evapotranspiration are discussed. The methods use high frequency temperature measurements...

Comparing Bowen Ratio-Energy Balance Systems for Measuring ET
Two Bowen ratio-energy balance (BREB) systems for measuring evapotranspiration (ET) under wet and dry conditions were compared. The study sites were an irrigated grass sod near Kimberly,...

Growing Season Evapotranspiration and Crop Coefficient
The Bowen ratio-energy balance (BREB) method was used to continuously estimate 20-minute actual evapotranspiration (ETa) in the middle of a 36-ha...

Revision of Oregon Crop Water Use and Irrigation Requirements
A project to revise the crop water use estimates and irrigation requirements for the state at Oregon is described. The FAO modified Blaney-Criddle method was applied in this project since...

Water Transfer: Applicants and Objectors Analyses
Two different analyses of the historical on-farm consumptive use and return flows of agricultural water rights in Northern Colorado are discussed. The City of Thornton plans the transfer...

Evapotranspiration of Dry Beans with Drip Irrigation
Information about the effect of irrigation on dry bean production in the Southwestern Colorado is very limited. The primary objective of this study is to establish a crop water use (ET)...

Flow Patterns in Constructed Wetlands
Wetland water flow is sensitive to evapotranspiration and rainfall, and to the internal configuration of substrates and biota. All wetlands are subject to significant dead zones and bypassing....

Hourly Reference Evapotranspiration by Bowen Ratio and Penman Methods
Hourly and daily reference evapotranspiration (ETo) computed from Bowen ratio energy balance (BREB) measurements were compared with ETo estimated from the hourly Penman equation (ETP)....

AZSCHED—Software for Real-time Irrigation Scheduling
A user-friendly computer based scheduling program was developed to minimize the amount of data which needs to be input by the user by utilizing a network of twenty automated weather stations...

 

 

 

 

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