Where does our water go?

Results - Maps:

  • This map shows that the average air temperature was highest at the coast and lowest in the mountains.



  • Average evapotranspiration was greatest at the coast and in the piedmont.



  • There were only small variations in average relative humidity across all regions. These small differences may be why the correlation with evapotranspiration was small.



  • Each region seemed to have very similar average soil temperatures.



  • The average wind speed seemed very random throughout each region. The highest value was on a mountain (Franklin) and the lowest value was in a valley (Fletcher).

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