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Evaporation from snow in conjunction with snow retention in agricultural fields



Evaporation from snow in conjunction with snow retention in agricultural fields



Soviet Meteorology and Hydrology 9: 80-90



As a result of experimental and theoretical studies it has been established that additional losses of moisture by evaporation fron snow increase when carrying out snow retention measures, because of the increase in the area of the evaporating surface, growth of aerodynamic irregularity, and especially the increased influx of solar radiation on the southern slopes of the terraces.

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