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Evapotranspiration crop coefficients for mixed riparian plant community and transpiration crop coefficients for Common reed, Cottonwood and Peach-leaf willow in the Platte River Basin, Nebraska-USA

Irmak, S., I. Kabenge, D Rudnick, S. Knezevic, D. Woodward, and M. Moravek (2013), Evapotranspiration crop coefficients for mixed riparian plant community and transpiration crop coefficients for Common reed, Cottonwood and Peach-leaf willow in the Platte River Basin, Nebraska-USA, J. Hydrol., 481 177-190 (doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.12.032).

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