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1. 5 Year Mean Precipitation pH, based on data from 1996-2000 (compared to 1990-1994 and 1980-1984). Source: Ro, C.U. and R.J. Vet, 2003; Vet, R. et al., 2005
2. 5 Year Mean Wet Excess (Sea-Salt Corrected) Sulphate Deposition (kg/ha/yr), based on data from 1996-2000 (compared to 1990-1994 and 1980-1984). Source: Ro, C.U. and R.J. Vet, 2003; Vet, R. et al., 2005
3. 5 Year Mean Wet Nitrate Deposition (kg/ha/yr), based on data from 1996-2000 (compared to 1990-1994 and 1980-1984). Source: Ro, C.U. and R.J. Vet, 2003; Vet, R. et al., 2005

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