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Assessment of dry and wet periods on the basis of precipitation, soil water and potential evapotranspiration



Assessment of dry and wet periods on the basis of precipitation, soil water and potential evapotranspiration



Poljoprivredna Znanstvena Smotra, Agriculturae 36(46): 113-138



Data for the period 1862 to 1975 for the Zagreb region were analysed. Values for potential evapotranspiration, derived from air temperature according to Thornthwaite, showed an insufficiency of precipitation in the summer, which however was partially compensated for by soil water in the arable layer. The water content in discrete soil layers was calculated by Palmer's method; only the water present in the arable layer was considered available for arable crops.

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