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It is also possible that the decline is partly due to the effects of increasing CO 2 in the atmosphere. , 1990) and various workers suggest a strong causal link between declining evapotranspiration rates and CO 2 concentration (Kuchment & Startseva, 1991). Unfortunately, no regular CO 2 measurements have been made at Plynlimon but work is -__ _ __ 9oo 2 2 600 a E 3 3a t3 2 ii 4 5 1 2 5 2 2 2 2 2 proceeding to ]ink the Plynlimon data with longterm measurements from nearby stations. _ Planners of the Plynlimon experiment fortunately had the foresight to provide independent flow measurement assessment for both grassland and forest areas, by instrumenting all the main subcatchments in the Wye and Severn.

Declines in radiation input, air temperature and specific humidity deficit have all been identified within the climatic data-set. The declines are particularly noticeable for the main evaporation months, April to September, Catchment areal rainfall (mm) for the mamn and subcatchmnentsin the River Sevem YEAR SEVERN 1975 2122 1976 1731 1977 HAFREN HORE TANLLWYTH 2217 2233 1732 1785 1745 1755 2720 2712 2838 2735 2767 1978 2452 2442 2555 2560 2503 1979 2797 2841 2841 2851 2842 1980 2635 2641 2692 2763 2677 1981 2776 2775 2826 2938 2816 1982 2338 2335 2333 2461 2349 1983 2650 2563 2765 2751 2669 1984 2135 2102 2178 2147 2138 1985 2355 2319 2424 2451 2378 1986 2720 2739 2792 2790 2767 1987 2354 2360 2435 2306 2385 1988 2637 2682 2734 2592 2693 1989 2410 2445 40 HAFREN+ HORE+ TANLLWYTH Table A2 Streamflow (mm) for the main and subcatchmentsin the River Sevemrn HORE TANLLWYTH 1549 1619 1265 1220 1262 1246 2040 2103 2035 2093 2074 1978 1931 1906 1863 1900 1888 1979 2219 2210 2201 2185 2203 1980 2081 2097 2047 2114 2078 1981 2215 2183 2172 2266 2188 1982 1914 2010 1881 2045 1961 1983 2101 2119 2073 2277 2119 1984 1602 1655 1566 1677 1621 1985 1897 1975 1899 2021 1949 1986 2194 2201 2203 2377 2223 1987 1910 1877 1950 2025 1925 1988 2144 2094 2161 1989 1948 1844 1937 YEAR SEVERN 1975 1454 1976 1217 1977 HAFREN HAFREN+ HORE+ TANLLWYTH Table A3 Annual P-Q (mm) for the main and subcatchments in the River Severn HORE TANLLWYTH 668 614 467 565 483 509 680 609 803 642 693 1978 521 536 692 660 615 1979 578 631 640 666 639 1980 554 544 645 649 598 1981 561 592 654 672 627 1982 424 325 452 416 388 1983 549 444 692 474 550 1984 533 447 612 470 517 1985 458 344 525 430 429 1986 526 538 589 413 544 1987 444 483 485 281 460 1988 493 588 573 1989 462 YEAR SEVERN 1975 668 1976 514 1977 HAFREN 508 41 HAFREN.

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