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Lauren E. Hay, Steven L. Markstrom, and Christian Ward-Garrison

PRMS, PET is computed to determine the theoretical absolute upper limit of simulated AET: when available water is nonlimiting, AET equals PET. AET is computed in PRMS using many factors, including the simulated PET, vegetation type and cover density, land-use characteristics, soil type, simulated atmospheric conditions (available energy, precipitation, and cloud cover), and soil-water availability. AET is the computed rate of water loss due to plant activity and evaporation, which reflects the

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