By Megh R Goyal, Eric W. Harmsen
This booklet covers issues at the uncomplicated versions, checks, and methods to calculate evapotranspiration (ET) for useful functions in agriculture, forestry, and concrete technology. this can be easier and thorough consultant that gives the data and strategies essential to advance, deal with, interpret, and practice evapotranspiration [ET] information to useful functions. The simplicity of the contents enables a technician to increase an ET info for potent water management. Read more...
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Evapotranspiration: Principles and Applications for Water Management by Megh R Goyal, Eric W. Harmsen