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Minimum month crop factor - future climate scenario for 2030 A1B emissions CSIRO Mk3.5 GCM medium climatic sensitivity - OZCLIM + ANUCLIMv5.1

Also known as: 2030A1BMk35M_eaeo_min, Minimum month crop factor - future climate scenario for 2030 A1B emissions CSIRO Mk3.5 GCM medium climatic sensitivity - OZCLIM + ANUCLIMv5.1
Atlas of Living Australia
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The monthly ratio of actual evapotranspiration to potential (pan, free-water surface) evaporation. Adapted from the index by Specht and Jones (1971). Actual evapotranspiration is an output of a water balance model, and potential evaporation is an input. This ratio represents a water stress index and has been termed the €Ëœcrop factorۉ€ž¢ (Doorenbos and Pruitt 1975).

153.64,-9 153.64,-43.8 112.9,-43.8 112.9,-9 153.64,-9

133.27,-26.4

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