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In case which a sum of evapotranspiration measured by best relations provided in table 4 is applied as annual evapotranspiration estimation, 16.04% error level will be obtained.
Many models have been proposed to predict spatial variation in evapotranspiration. These models are rigorously classified into two groups: simple models that employ the concept of evapotranspiration potential [8] and complex models that require formulae like the Penman-Monteith equation [9].
Evapotranspiration represents a large component in the water balance equation in the study area, and includes evaporation from the soil and transpiration from vegetation (Li et al.
where [P.sub.j] corresponds to the rainfall (mm), [I.sub.j] (mm) to the irrigation, ET aj (mm [day.sup.-1]) is the actual evapotranspiration estimated by the Poulovassilis model, and D (mm) is the drainage, obtained from the equation:
Reference evapotranspiration was calculated using the data available in INMET (2014), obtained in the Automatic Weather Station of Ariquemes/RO, from January 2011 to January 2014.
According to Carlson (2013), many efforts have been invested in complex mathematical methods to obtain surface parameters such as water content in soil and evapotranspiration; some of these methods discussed in the literature are unnecessarily complex.
It is noteworthy that, for a selected time period, lower precipitations or/and higher evapotranspiration than those characterizing the reference period would lead to a deficit of water availability.
SPEI takes into account both precipitation and potential evapotranspiration in determining drought.
The sequential monthly water balance (water deficit (WD, mm) and actual evapotranspiration (AET, mm)) was calculated as proposed by Thornthwaite and Mather (1955), using an available-water capacity of 100 mm.
There is an opportunity, however, to optimize the management of water in agricultural production systems, and the accurate estimation of evapotranspiration (ET) is critical in that regard.
Evapotranspiration (ET) from land surfaces, which drives latent heat flux (expressed in mm/day), is the sum of water loss from plant transpiration and water evaporation from land surfaces.
Discharge of canals, evapotranspiration and precipitation data was collected from local government agencies.