Annual Evapotranspiration of a Forested Wetland Watershed , SC

  title={Annual Evapotranspiration of a Forested Wetland Watershed , SC},
  author={Devendra M. Amatya and Carl Trettin},
In this study, hydro-meteorological data collected from 1964 to 1976 on an approximately 5,000 ha predominantly forested coastal watershed (Turkey Creek) at the Francis Marion National Forest near Charleston, SC were analyzed to estimate annual evapotranspiration (ET) using four different empirical methods. The first one, reported by Zhang et al. (2001), that takes into account annual precipitation, potential ET (PET), and a vegetation water-use factor. The second method by Lu et al. (2003… CONTINUE READING


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