Technical Note : On the Matt – Shuttleworth approach to estimate crop water requirements

  title={Technical Note : On the Matt – Shuttleworth approach to estimate crop water requirements},
  author={Jean Paul Lhomme and Nahla Ben Brahim Boudhina and Mohamed Masmoudi},
The Matt–Shuttleworth method provides a way to make a one-step estimate of crop water requirements with the Penman–Monteith equation by translating the crop coefficients, commonly available in United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) publications, into equivalent surface resistances. The methodology is based upon the theoretical relationship linking crop surface resistance to a crop coefficient and involves the simplifying assumption that the reference crop evapotranspiration (ET… CONTINUE READING


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