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Title: Reservoir Evaporation Estimation in a Mediterranean Climate. Comparing Direct and Indirect Methods
Authors: Carlos, Miranda Rodrigues
Rui, Salgado
Miguel, Potes
Rita, Cabral Guimarães
Madalena, Moreira
Keywords: Reservoir evaporation
Eddy covariance
turbulent fluxes of latent heat
energy balance,
Mediterranean climate
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: C. Miranda Rodrigues, R. Salgado, M. Potes, R. C. Guimarães, M. Moreira1 (2019) - Reservoir evaporation estimation in a Mediterranean climate. Comparing direct and indirect methods, Poster apresentado nas Jornadas MED, Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development, Évora, Portugal, 27 e 28 de Junho de 2019.
Abstract: Reservoir evaporation in semi arid region facing scarcity namely Southern Portugal, is one of the most important contribution to the losses of water in collective irrigation systems and water resources management Irrigation crops depend on total water availability and its year variability Evaporation is the component of the reservoir water balance less known by technical and scientific community So it is a major research subject. The objective of this research is to compare the results of the indirect methods (Standard class A pan measurements mass transfer energy balance, combination approach with the direct methods measures Eddy Covariance Atmospheric water water temperature was measured at several depths and EC variables were continuous measured on a floating platform over water at Alqueva reservoir from Jun to Oct 2014 The results of this case study could be applied to other reservoirs in Mediterranean climate region
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:MED - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Nacionais

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