Data from: Evapotranspiration is resilient in the face of land cover and climate change in a humid temperate catchment

Stephen K. Hamilton, MIr Zaman Hussain, Christopher Lowrie, Bruno Basso & G. Philip Robertson
In temperate humid catchments, evapotranspiration returns more than half of the annual precipitation to the atmosphere, thereby determining the balance available to recharge groundwaters and support stream flow and lake levels. Changes in evapotranspiration rates and therefore catchment hydrology could be driven by changes in land use or climate. Here we examine the catchment water balance over the past 50 y for a catchment in southwest Michigan covered by cropland, grassland, forest, and wetlands. Over...
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