The Budyko functions under non-steady-state conditions

@inproceedings{Moussa2016TheBF,
  title={The Budyko functions under non-steady-state conditions},
  author={Roger Moussa and Jean Paul Lhomme},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract. The Budyko functions relate the evaporation ratio E ∕ P (E is evaporation and P precipitation) to the aridity index Φ  =  Ep ∕ P (Ep is potential evaporation) and are valid on long timescales under steady-state conditions. A new physically based formulation (noted as Moussa–Lhomme, ML) is proposed to extend the Budyko framework under non-steady-state conditions taking into account the change in terrestrial water storage ΔS. The variation in storage amount ΔS is taken as negative when… CONTINUE READING

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