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JOURNAL OF JAPAN SOCIETY OF HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES
Evapotranspiration data obtained above various vegetated surfaces were analyzed. The amount of evapotranspiration E is depend on the meteorological parameters (radiation, air temperature, water vapor pressure, and wind speed), the ground surface parameters (vegetation type and leaf area index), and the precipitation amount. Since the potential evaporation EP(Kondo and Xu, 1997) represents the meteorological parameters, the non-dimensional evapotranspiration E/EP is investigated as functions ofdoi:10.3178/jjshwr.11.679 fatcat:rpr7furn6jb3derjt37xzejw5m