Volume 12, Number 46 (fall 2009)                   JCPP 2009, 12(46): 581-592 | Back to browse issues page


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Maryanji Z, Sabziparvar A, Tafazoli F, Zare Abianeh H, Banzhad H, GHafouri M et al . Evaluation of Sensitivity of Some Existing Evapotranspiration Models to Climate Change Signals in Cold Semi-arid Climate of Hamedan. JCPP. 2009; 12 (46) :581-592
URL: http://jcpp.iut.ac.ir/article-1-1145-en.html

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Under different climatic conditions of Iran, the evaluation of evapotranspiration (ETo) models sensitivity to meteorological parameters, prior to introducing the superior performance model, seems quite necessary. Using a 35-year (1971-2005) climatological observations in Hamedan, this study compares the sensitivity of different commonly used evapotranspiration models to different meteorological parameters within the IPCC recommended variability range of 10 to 20% during the growing season (April-October). The radiation and temperature-based ETo models include: Penman-Monteith -FAO56 [PMF56], Jensen-Haise [JH1,2], Humid Turc [TH], Arid (semi) arid Turc [TA], Makkink [MK], Hansen [HN], and Hargreaves-Samani [HS]. Results indicate that all the above-mentioned ETo models show the highest sensitivity to radiation and temperature parameters. This implies that special care is required when we apply model-generated radiation and albedo parameters in such ETo models. It is predicted that by 2050, as a result of global warming, the cold semi-arid climates of Iran will cause an average evapotranspiration rise of about 8.5% in crop reference during the growing season.
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