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Wouter Dorigo, Stephan Dietrich, Filipe Aires, Luca Brocca, Sarah Carter, Jean-François Cretaux, David Dunkerley, Hiroyuki Enomoto, René Forsberg, Andreas Güntner, Michaela I. Hegglin, Rainer Hollmann, Dale F. Hurst, Johnny A. Johannessen, Christian Kummerow, Tong Lee, Kari Luojus, Ulrich Looser, Diego G. Miralles, Victor Pellet, Thomas Recknagel, Claudia Ruz Vargas, Udo Schneider, Philippe Schoeneich, Marc Schröder, Nigel Tapper, Valery Vuglinsky, Wolfgang Wagner, Lisan Yu, Luca Zappa, Michael Zemp, and Valentin Aich

-thirds of the precipitation falling over the continents, terrestrial evaporation is the second largest hydrological flux over land ( Gimeno et al. 2010 ; Miralles et al. 2011 ). Its fast response to radiative forcing makes evaporation an early diagnostic of changes in climate, while its pivotal influence on land–atmosphere interactions leads to either amplification or dampening of weather extremes such as droughts or heatwaves ( Miralles et al. 2019 ; Seneviratne et al. 2010 ). Today, terrestrial

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