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Table 1.

Concentrations of non–sea salt ions in precipitation at the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada (μeq L−1 ), and the respective precipitation loss (%) in adjacent rain gauges during the period 1945–2000. The ionic measurements are available from the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (2003). The precipitation Ro changes are provided for Sequoia National Park by the trend in the precipitation ratios of Giant Forest/Fresno, for Yosemite National Park by Pacific House/Sacramento, and for Lassen Volcanic National Park by Lake Spaulin/Ukiah. The full details of the precipitation trend analyses are available in the appendix

Concentrations of non–sea salt ions in precipitation at the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada (μeq L−1 ), and the respective precipitation loss (%) in adjacent rain gauges during the period 1945–2000. The ionic measurements are available from the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (2003). The precipitation Ro changes are provided for Sequoia National Park by the trend in the precipitation ratios of Giant Forest/Fresno, for Yosemite National Park by Pacific House/Sacramento, and for Lassen Volcanic National Park by Lake Spaulin/Ukiah. The full details of the precipitation trend analyses are available in the appendix
Concentrations of non–sea salt ions in precipitation at the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada (μeq L−1 ), and the respective precipitation loss (%) in adjacent rain gauges during the period 1945–2000. The ionic measurements are available from the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (2003). The precipitation Ro changes are provided for Sequoia National Park by the trend in the precipitation ratios of Giant Forest/Fresno, for Yosemite National Park by Pacific House/Sacramento, and for Lassen Volcanic National Park by Lake Spaulin/Ukiah. The full details of the precipitation trend analyses are available in the appendix
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