Temperature change has a direct effect on hydrology through its link with evapotranspiration. The potential impact of temperature change on the evapotranspiration is assessed; using a modelling approach based on a few physical weather measurements. Methods to estimate free-surface evaporation E and potential evapotranspiration ETp, without any model calibration parameters, for monthly time series are presented. The model results are calculated by using observed average historic (1980-97) meteorological data and compared with USBR Class-A black pan evaporation data (1971-97) from the Muda Agricultural Development Authority, Malaysia.

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Categories: Air, Evapotranspirasi, Hidrologi
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