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Quantification of evaporation and seepage losses with a floating evaporation pan: Lee Valley Reservoir, Arizona

Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 20: 85-112
Quantification of evaporation and seepage losses with a floating evaporation pan: Lee Valley Reservoir, Arizona
During the summer of 1989, a water balance study was conducted at Lee Valley Reservoir, Arizona, USA, in order to quantify evaporation and seepage losses from the lake and substantiate the use of a land-based evaporation pan to estimate lake evaporation. Lake level, inflow, controlled releases, precipitation and evaporation were measured on a twice weekly basis for six months from May 1 to October 31. Evaporation was measured in a Class A evaporation pan designed to float in the reservoir.

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