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Lake Urmia Evaporation


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Abstract

This file contains annual evaporation rates from Lake Urmia, northwest Iran, from 1994 to 2014. Estimates have been derived from various studies, mostly in Persian. Evaporation rates are converted to volumetric water losses using lake area data.

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Lake Urmia, Iran
Longitude
45.2289°
Latitude
37.9364°

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Derived From: ITC, 2003. Integrated water resources management for the Uromiyeh basin - Iran. ITC, the Netherlands. Khorsand, M., 2016. Estimating evaporation from saline lakes with Developing a RS-based Energy balance model (Case study Urmia lake). Tarbiat Modares University. RDPI Research Institute, 2012. Enves
Derived From: Khorsand, M., 2016. Estimating evaporation from saline lakes with Developing a RS-based Energy balance model (Case study Urmia lake). Tarbiat Modares University.
Derived From: RDPI Research Institute, 2012. Envestigating problems, challenges and opportunities in the Lake Urmia Basin. Tehran.
Derived From: Sima, S., 2013. Modelling Evaporation & Salinity Variation in Saline Lakes Using Spatial System Dynamics: The Case of Urmia Lake. Sharif University of Technology.
Derived From: Yekom Consulting Engineers, 2004. Study of environmental consequences of water resources development projects in the Lake Urmia Basin on Lake Urmia. Tehran.

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Sima, S. (2019). Lake Urmia Evaporation, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/7ebe78f6ca084e1fbf36e9f78e807224

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