Although you might assume that evaporation will increase as temperatures rise, in reality measurements reveal that evaporation has been dropping off worldwide since the 1950s. So what exactly is going on? Michael Roderick of the Australian National University, winner of the European Geosciences Union’s Dalton medal in 2013, revealed his findings, what these could mean for drought, the role of windspeed and the puzzles that remain to environmentalresearchweb.

Changing times for evaporation
Michael Roderick of the Australian National University details his prize-winning findings on evaporation to environmentalresearchweb.
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