Evapotranspiration

LSA-301

MSG Evapotranspiration (MET)
Evapotranspiration (ET) accounts for the flux of water evaporated at the Earth-atmosphere interface (soil + vegetation + water bodies) and transpired by vegetation through stomata in its leaves as a consequence of photosynthetic processes. Evapotranspiration, plays a crucial role in the recycling of precipitation, in soil water availability and consequently on food production.

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Sensor: SEVIRI
Temporal Frequency: 30 min
Spatial resolution: SEVIRI

LSA-302

Daily MSG Evapotranspiration (DMET)
Evapotranspiration (ET) accounts for the flux of water evaporated at the Earth-atmosphere interface (soil + vegetation + water bodies) and transpired by vegetation through stomata in its leaves as a consequence of photosynthetic processes. Evapotranspiration, plays a crucial role in the recycling of precipitation, in soil water availability and consequently on food production.

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Sensor: SEVIRI
Temporal Frequency: 1-day
Spatial resolution: SEVIRI

LSA-303

Reference Evapotranspiration (METREF)
Reference evapotranspiration, ETo, is the evapotranspiration rate from a clearly defined reference surface. The concept was introduced to allow the estimation of the evaporative demand of the atmosphere independently of crop type, crop development or management practices.

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Sensor: SEVIRI
Temporal Frequency: 1-day
Spatial resolution: SEVIRI