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Evapotranspiration Measured at two Rangeland sites in Victoria County, South-Central Texas, 2015-2018


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Slattery, R.N., 2020, Evapotranspiration measured at two rangeland sites in Victoria County, South-Central Texas, 2015-2018: U.S. Geological Survey data release,


The U.S. Geological Survey and Desert Research Institute, in cooperation with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, Victoria County Groundwater Conservation District, Victoria Soil and Water Conservation District, and the San Antonio River Authority, evaluated the hydrologic effects of Vachellia farnesiana var. farnesiana (huisache) removal on rangeland evapotranspiration in Victoria County, Texas. Measurements of evapotranspiration (ET), rainfall, and related properties were made at two sites during March 2015 through August 2018. One site was predominately grassland. The other site was dominated by dense huisache vegetation that was removed about halfway through the study period. [...]


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The purpose of this data release is to present evapotranspiration-related data collected from March 2015 through August 2018 at two sites with differences in vegetation. The sites were in Victoria County, Texas.
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DOI doi:10.5066/P950QSRE

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