Determinación de la evapotranspiración potencial y real en cuenca hidrográfica, utilizando modelos matemáticos

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Javier Alfonso Cárdenas Gutiérrez
Jose Leonardo Jacome Carrascal https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6022-6891
Mawency Vergel Ortega

Keywords

Evapotranspiración, Cuenca, Thorwaite, Cenicafe, Turc, Conteo

Resumen

En esta investigación se analiza el cálculo de la evapotranspiración real en  cuencas hidrográficas,  se toma como referente la quebrada Aguablanca, ubicada en el municipio de Bochalema, Norte de Santander-Colombia, donde se evalúa el balance hidrológico de esta cuenca a partir de la determinación de cálculos detallados de cuatro modelos matemáticos, para posteriormente evaluar el balance hidrológico de esta cuenca, con el fin de poder hacer una mejor administración de estos recursos, así como del uso del suelo, apostando al desarrollo de una sociedad ecológicamente sostenible y de bajo impacto ambiental. Los valores de evapotranspiración potencial y real, según el modelo más optimo ETP Thorwaite 874 mm/año ETR 43712 mm/año, Cenicafe 712.81 mm/año ETR 612.1 mm/año Turc ETR 884.83 mm/año cuota ETR 825 mm/año.

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