Seasonal contributions of vegetation types to suburban evapotranspiration

@inproceedings{Peters2011SeasonalCO,
  title={Seasonal contributions of vegetation types to suburban evapotranspiration},
  author={Emily Beth Peters and Rebecca Hiller and Joseph P. McFadden},
  year={2011}
}
[1] Evapotranspiration is an important term of energy and water budgets in urban areas and is responsible for multiple ecosystem services provided by urban vegetation. The spatial heterogeneity of urban surface types with different seasonal water use patterns (e.g., trees and turfgrass lawns) complicates efforts to predict and manage urban evapotranspiration rates, necessitating a surface type, or component-based, approach. In a suburban neighborhood of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota, United… CONTINUE READING

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