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Report and Publications: Assessing Evapotranspiration Rate Changes for Proposed Restoration of the Forested Uplands of the DLCC

Product of project: Assessing Evapotranspiration Rate Changes for Proposed Restoration of the Forested Uplands of the DLCC

Dates

Creation
2017-08-24 18:07:48
Last Update
2017-09-07 16:14:15
Start Date
2012-10-12
End Date
2014-09-30
Start Date
2013-10-01 06:00:00
End Date
2014-10-01 05:59:59

Citation

LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Abe Springer(Principal Investigator), Salt River Project(Cooperator/Partner), Sharon R Masek Lopez(Co-Investigator), Thomas E Kolb(Co-Investigator), 2017-08-24(creation), 2017-09-07(lastUpdate), 2012-10-12(Start), 2014-09-30(End), Report and Publications: Assessing Evapotranspiration Rate Changes for Proposed Restoration of the Forested Uplands of the DLCC, https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/599f15f4e4b0e5eb065e3c89

Summary

Final Report - Executive Summary: This final project report is prepared to summarize the research project titled “Assessing evapotranspiration rate changes for proposed restoration of the forested uplands of the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCC)” for the Desert LCC of the Bureau of Reclamation as a requirement for closing out the project. This report includes the scope of work, summary of research project, results, and conclusions.Among all of the components of the terrestrial water cycle, evapotranspiration (ET) consumes the largest amount of water. Accurate estimation of ET is very important to understand the influence of ET to the hydrologic response of recharge and runoff processes in the water cycle. Better estimations [...]

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“Sensitivity of ET models to...meteorological data for a Ponderosa pine forest”
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Publication_BOR_R12AC80912_FY12.pdf
“Evapotranspiration comparisons... disturbed ponderosa pine forests”
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Purpose

The goal of this work is to improve the understanding of the hydrological responses of forest thinning through detailed measurements and modeling of evapotranspiration. Final report describes: Model simulations that will provide quantification of anticipated water resources’ effects of forest restoration, which can inform adaptive management to benefit the resource. Data in digital geospatial format.

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