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The ability of wet deposition networks to detect temporal trends

, : The ability of wet deposition networks to detect temporal trends. Environmetrics 6(4): 327-339

A spatial/temporal model was used to estimate the detectability of regional trends in sulfate wet deposition in seven regions of eastern USA. Precipitation volume adjustments of sulfate concn markedly improved the detectability and quantifiability of trends.

Accession: 002709566

DOI: 10.1002/env.3170060402

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