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Relationship between class A pan evaporation and water vapour pressure deficit under plastic house conditions


, : Relationship between class A pan evaporation and water vapour pressure deficit under plastic house conditions. Egyptian Journal of Horticulture 18(2): 131-139

A system for measurement of evaporation from a class "A" pan and other climatic factors was established to cover the period from June 1988 to June 1990 inside and outside a plastic greenhouse. Data indicated high correlation between evaporation and water vapour pressure deficit, in mbar at mean air temp. (r=0.88).


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