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By Gene Likens, F.Herbert Bormann

After we initially released Biogeochemistry of a Forested environment in 1977, the Hubbard Brook surroundings learn (HBES) were in lifestyles for 14 years, and we incorporated facts via 1974, or a biogeo­ chemical checklist of eleven years. Now our non-stop, long term biogeo­ chemical documents hide greater than 31 years, and there were many alterations. the main extraordinary switch, even if, is that 3 of our coauthors at the unique quantity at the moment are deceased. they're deeply overlooked in such a lot of methods. even with the longer documents, varied tendencies, and new insights, we think that the fundamental options and ways we awarded in 1977 symbolize the main helpful contribution of the unique variation. they're nonetheless legitimate and necessary, relatively for an introductory research of, or path in, biogeochemistry. Our aim during this revision is to maintain those fea­ tures, right mistakes, and revise or dispose of deceptive or ambiguous non permanent info (11 years!), whereas keeping nearly the unique size and the modest price.

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C) An automatic sampler for the collection and separation of wet and dry depositions for chemical analysis. A sensor on the lid activates the mechanism to move the lid from one bucket to the other at the beginning of wet or dry periods. (d) Plastic garbage can used to collect snow for chemical analysis. Samples are retrieved and a clean collector installed at 1-week intervals. 20 2. Hydrology 25 _ Precipitation o 20 Streamflow 5 0 5 ln h A l SON ~ l F 0 M A M Months 5. Average monthly precipitation and streamflow for the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest during 1956-1974.

1976b). The increased annual input of hydrogen ion is partially explained by the "increase" in the amount of annual precipitation during the lO-yr period (Table 6); that is, the early years of the decade (1963-1965) were drought years and the last year (1973-1974) was extremely wet (Figure 4). However, close examination of data for individual years shows that factors other than increased amount of precipitation are important 6. Dependence of Annual Precipitation Input on Sequential Years for the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest.

The forest on Watersheds 2 and 4 was cut in the late 1960s and therefore these two watersheds cannot be used in the long-term, simultaneous comparisons of streamflow with Watersheds 1, 3, 5, and 6. , 496 mm to 1,401 mm, there was no significant difference in streamflow among Watersheds 1, 3, 5, and 6. 26. Therefore, the probability that there are significant differences in streamflow between watersheds is extremely small. Because streamflow is virtually the same for each watershed, we conclude that the chances of deep seepage are negligible.

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