EvaporationThe process of a liquid changing into a vapor or gas, usually water in meteorology.Evaporation PanIn hydrologic terms, a pan used to hold water during observations for the determination of the quantity of evaporation at a given location. Such pans are
of varying sizes and shapes, the most commonly used being circular or square.Evaporation RateIn hydrologic terms, the quantity of water, expressed in terms of depth of liquid water, which is evaporated from a given surface per unit of time. It is
usually expressed in inches depth, per day, month, or year.Evaporation-mixing FogFog that forms when the evaporation of water raises the dew point of the adjacent air.
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