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This Landlab tutorial example using radiation and potential evapotranspiration (PET) components.
It uses DEM as input. Outputs are fields of: PET and solar radiation (incoming, net, and relative). Relative radiation is the ratio of shortwave radiation on a sloped surface to shortwave radiation on a flat surface for a given DOY and latitude. This ratio is used to scale net radiation on a flat surface across a watershed as well as to scale PET across the domain. The component offers four different ways of setting PET on flat surface. Options: PET for flat surface can be set using one of the four methods, presented with the same name used in the instantiation of the component.
Note: To use this tutorial, you should have Landlab (version 1.0) installed on your computer. To install Landlab, please follow the instructions @ https://landlab.github.io/#/#install
To run this tutorial, use the HydroShare 'Open With' function and select 'JupyterHub'. For instructions on how to run an interactive iPython notebook, click here: https://github.com/landlab/tutorials/blob/master/README.md
For more Landlab tutorials, click here: https://github.com/landlab/landlab/wiki/Tutorials
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