The Dictionary of the Climate Debate (DCD)

Definition: (Aka. ET) The sum of evaporation and transpiration from the land to the atmosphere.

1. Evaporation derives from, e.g., bodies of water; transpiration derives from plants.

2. The term was coined by combining the words evaporation and transpiration.

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