Total canopy water storage is the maximum amount of water that a vegetation canopy can hold, beyond which additional water starts to drip off. It is usually expressed by the mass of water storage per unit leaf area. It is an important factor in analyzing surface hydrological dynamics.
- Evaporation and runoff modeling
- Water cycle
- Weather forecast
- Climate prediction model
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|Total Canopy Water Storage
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