Part III: Debunking Ethiopia’s Plentiful Water Resources vis-à-vis Egypt: A Closer Look at the Hydrologic Outputs – Evapotranspiration


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By Tekleab Shibru (PhD) Affiliate Professor of Geomatics Chicago State College Summary Evapotranspiration is amongst essential ecosystem processes, which facilitates water actions in hydrologic cycle and its redistribution on the earth’s floor. Nevertheless, evapotranspiration can be a mechanism by which obtainable water on the floor and subsurface, is misplaced from the ecosystem into unavailable water kind. Such lack of water is a essential fraction of hydrologic inputs (i.e., precipitation, stream influx, groundwater extraction, and many others..) of a basin. This text assessed the evapotranspiration of Egypt’s and Ethiopia’s sub-basins to resolve the portions of sub-basins’ water losses and the resultant water assets
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