3 edition of The aridity coefficient and its application to California. found in the catalog.
The aridity coefficient and its application to California.
in [La Jolla?
Written in English
|Contributions||Scripps Institution of Oceanography.|
|LC Classifications||QC984.C2 G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cover-title, 5 ℗ .|
|LC Control Number||43029471|
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Spatial pattern of simulated (a) aridity index, (b) evaporation ratio, and (c) runoff coefficient for the CONUS watersheds. Black lines show the boundaries of 18 major river basins. However, as we go from east to west the indices value further reduced and the spatial pattern of AI becomes more heterogeneous in nature (Sankarasubramanian and.
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