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A preliminary isotope-based evapotranspiration partitioningapproach for tropical Costa Rica
(John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2021-07)
Spatially and seasonally distributed information on transpiration (T) fluxes is limited in the tropics. Here, we applied a coupled isotope mass balance model to separate water fluxes of T and evapotranspiration (ET) from ...
Modelling non-stationary water ages in a tropical rainforest: A preliminary spatially distributed assessment
(John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2020)
Pristine tropical forests play a critical role in regional and global climate systems. For a better understanding of the eco-hydrology of tropical “evergreen” vegetation, it is essential to know the partitioning of water ...
Moisture transport and seasonal variations in the stable isotopic composition of rainfall in Central American and Andean Páramo during El Niño conditions (2015–2016)
(John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2019)
High‐elevation tropical grassland systems, called Páramo, provide essential ecosystem services such as water storage and supply for surrounding and lowland areas. Páramo systems are threatened by climate and land use ...
Climate And Water Conflicts Coevolution From Tropical Development And Hydro-Climatic Perspectives: A Case Study Of Costa Rica
(American water resources Association, 2018)
Costa Rica is a nation with a vast wealth of water resources; however, recently the country has faced water conflicts (WC) due to social, economic, legal, and political impediments in response to limited water availability ...