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Title: Potential evapotranspiration estimation and its effect on hydrological model response at the Nong Son Basin
Authors: Vu, Van Nghi
Do, Duc Dung
Dang, Thanh Lam
Keywords: Potential evapotranspiration;Penman-Monteith method;Piche evaporation;Leaf area index (LAI);Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI)
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: VNU
Citation: p. 213-222
Abstract: The potential evapotranspiration can be directly calculated by the Penman-Monteith equation, known as the one-step method. The approach requires data on the land cover and related-vegetation parameters based on AVHRR and LDAS information, which are available in recent years. The Nong Son Basin, a sub-catchment of the Vu Gia - Thu Bon Basin in the Central Vietnam, is selected for this study. To this end, NAM model was used; the obtained results show that the NAM model has a potential to reproduce the effects of potential evapotranspiration on hydrological response. This is seemingly manifested in the good agreement between the model simulation of discharge and the observed at the stream gauge.
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