Category: Evapotranspiration

Understanding Hyper-Humid Areas: The Role of Evapotranspiration in Earth Science

Hyper-humid areas are regions that experience extremely high levels of humidity. These areas are often characterized by dense forests, abundant rainfall, and high temperatures. The term “hyper-humid” is used to describe regions with very high levels of evapotranspiration, the process by which water is transferred from the land to the atmosphere through both evaporation from

Maximizing Irrigation Efficiency: Harnessing Actual Evapotranspiration

Irrigation scheduling is a critical aspect of modern agriculture and involves the controlled application of water to crops to ensure optimal growth and yield. However, traditional irrigation scheduling methods often rely on inaccurate estimates of crop water use, resulting in over or under irrigation. This not only wastes water, but can negatively impact crop yield