The Quantity and Quality of Rainfall at the National Atmospheric Deposition Site in Middle Georgia: 1979-1989
Walker, Jerry T.
Melin, John B.
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The National Atmospheric Deposition Network Program (NADP), established by various state and federal agencies, universities, and private industries, is now over 10 years old. The system was designed to provide needed information on the ionic constituents of precipitation, particularly pH, for the purpose of denoting spacial and temporal trends. This report is a summary of data acquired over the past 11 years at the University of Georgia, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station site as part of this national 200 site network. A more detailed report is available as a College of Agriculture Experiment Station Research Report No. 597 (in press).