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Leachate and soil quality under turfgrass cultivation Lai, Ranee Wan Man 1998

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L E A C H A T E AND SOIL Q U A L I T Y U N D E R TURF GRASS C U L T I V A T I O N by RANEE WAN M A N LAI B . A S c , The University of British Columbia, 1996 A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF APPLIED SCIENCE in THE F A C U L T Y OF G R A D U A T E STUDIES Department of Chemical and Bio-Resource Engineering Bio-Resource Engineering Program We accept this thesis as conforming to the required standard THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA April 1998 © Ranee Wan Man Lai, 1998 In presenting this thesis in partial fulfilment of the requirements for an advanced degree at the University of British Columbia, I agree that the Library shall make it freely available for reference and study. I further agree that permission for extensive copying of this thesis for scholarly purposes may be granted by the head of my department or by his or her representatives. It is understood that copying or publication of this thesis for financial gain shall not be allowed without my written permission. Department of fJkemCA^ 3b ~fcet>Qt*SQ2, &^f<ne£f>^ The University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada Date DE-6 (2/88) \ A B S T R A C T The use of irrigation and fertilizer are the two key inputs to achieve and maintain healthy turfgrass growth. However, the over-watering and over-fertilizing that are commonly seen in the management of turfgrass have the potential to leach nitrogen and phosphorus into groundwater. To help address the magnitude of these potential problems, an experiment was conducted in the greenhouse to examine the effects of different watering practices (both quantity and irrigation frequency) and the fertilizer on leachate quality. The purpose of the study was to investigate water use and the leaching of nutrients, especially available nitrogen and phosphorus, and to relate the findings to the present situation in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Results showed that the amount of nitrate, ammonia and phosphorus leached are directly proportional to the amount of irrigation water being applied to the turfgrass system. Significant leaching of nitrate was found from turfgrass systems under all treatments studied. The frequency of irrigation has a direct effect on leaching of nutrients. Nitrogen content in the grass clippings was found to show an immediate response to fertilizer applications. Nitrogen content in the soil under turfgrass cultivation was found to be independent on the amount of irrigation water applied. Excessive irrigation resulted ,in poor growth of turfgrass and high nutrient (both nitrogen and phosphorus) leaching. Current irrigation frequency ii (twice per week) as regulated by GVRD water restrictions appear to be appropriate but the amount of irrigation water applied is considered excessive. The Jensen-Haise method was found to be an appropriate approach to determine turfgrass evapotranspiration rate (water requirement) on a weekly basis. This study concluded that application of an appropriate amount of water twice weekly in equal amounts can achieve and maintain good growth of turf and reduce nutrient leaching significantly. U l T A B L E OF C O N T E N T S Abstract 1 1 List of Tables .: :.. ••• vi List of Figures : v m Acknowledgements x i Chapter 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Background and Significance 1 1.2 Objectives 3 Chapter 2 Literature Review 4 Chapter 3 Methods and Materials 8 3.1 Soil Columns 8 3.2 Turfgrasses 10 3.3 Growing Season of Turfgrasses 11 3.4 Evapotranspiration of Turfgrass 11 3.5 Leaching Requirements 15 3.6 Irrigation Operation 16 3.7 Soil Preparations 17 3.8 Fertilizing 17 3.9 Mowing 18 3.10 Procedures 19 Chapter 4 Results and Discussions 22 4.1 Nitrate-Nitrogen in the Leachate 22 4.2 Ammonia-Nitrogen in the Leachate 28 4.3 Total Available Nitrogen in the Leachate 33 4.4 Orthophosphate in the Leachate 40 4.5 Grass Clippings 44 4.6 Soil Nitrogen Profile 46 Chapter 5 Conclusion and Recommendations 48 5.1 Conclusion 48 5.2 Recommendations 51 References • 52 iv Appendix A The Setup of the Soil Columns 55 Appendix B Activities Schedule 58 Appendix C Irrigation Schedule 63 Appendix D Evapotranspiration Rate Calculations 69 Appendix E Fertilizing Program 97 Appendix F Analysis of Nitrate-Nitrogen in the Leachate 100 Appendix G Analysis of Ammonia-Nitrogen in the Leachate 108 Appendix H Analysis of Available Nitrogen in the Leachate 115 Appendix I Analysis of Orthophosphate in the Leachate 128 Appendix J Analysis of the Nitrogen Content in Grass Clippings 139 Appendix K Soil Nitrogen Content Analysis 147 v LIST OF T A B L E S Table Page 1 Reference Crop Constants for the Jensen-Haise Equation 14 2 Watering Criteria for the Turfgrass Columns 20 3 Summary of the Increments in the Concentrations of NO3 -N 23 4 Summary of the Amount of NO3-N Found in the Leachate in Each Treatment Period 26 5 Summary of the Amount of N H 4 - N Found in the Leachate in Each Treatment Period 31 6 The Amount of Total Available Nitrogen Found in the Leachate Expressed as a Ratio of the Total Amount of Available Nitrogen Applied 38 7 The Estimated Amount of Available Nitrogen that could be Resulted from Turfgrass Systems in the City of Vancouver 39 8 The Amount of Orthophosphate Found in the Leachate as a Percentage ofP Applied. 43 9 The Estimated Amount of Orthophosphate that could be Resulted from the Leachate in the City of Vancouver 44 10 Amount and Average Concentration of Nutrients Found between Fertilizer Applications 48 11 Possible Amount of Nutrients that could be Resulted from the Leachate in the City of Vancouver area at the End of a Single Turfgrass Growing Season 49 B - l Activities Schedule .....58 C - l Amounts of Water Applied to the Soil Columns During the Experimental Period 63 C-2 Amounts of Water Leached Out from the Soil Columns During the Experimental Period 65 C-3 The Average Amount of Water Applied and Leached Out in Each Set of the Soil Columns 67 D - l Precipitation Data from 1977 to 1997 69 D-2 Average Daily Temperature from 1968 to 1997 74 D-3 Solar Radiation Data from 1968 to 1988 77 D-4 Calculation of Daily and 7-Day Evapotranspiration of the Year 1996... 81 D-5 Summary of the 7-Day E T 0 values from 1969 to 1997 85 D-6 Summary of the Amount of Water Needed on the Soil Columns 93 E - l The Amounts of Fertilizer Applied in the Experimental Period 98 F - l The Concentrations and Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in the Leachate in the 15 Sets of Soil Columns 100 F-2 The Average Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentration of the Soil Column Sets 100 F-3 The Average Nitrate-Nitrogen Amounts of the Soil Column Sets 100 vi Table Page G-l The Concentrations and Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in the Leachate in the 15 Soil Columns 108 G-2 The Average Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentration of the Soil Column 108 G-3 The Average Ammonia-Nitrogen Amounts of the Soil Column Sets ..108 H- l The Concentrations of N 0 3 - N and N H 4 - N in the Leachate 115 H-2 The Amounts of N O 3 - N and N H 4 - N in the Leachate 115 H-3 Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in the Leachate Relative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied 126 1-1 The Concentration and the Amounts of Orthophosphate in the 128 1-2 The Average Concentration and Amount of Orthophosphate in the 128 1-3 The Calculation of the Amount of P found in the Leachate Relative to the Amount of P Applied 135 J-l Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings from Nitrogen Determinator.. .139 J-2 The Actual Nitrogen Contents of the Grass Clippings 139 J-3 Sample Calculations of Moisture Content in the Grass Clippings 140 J-4 The Average Nitrogen Content of Grass Clippings 140 K - l Sample Calculation of Nitrogen Content in the Soil 147 vii LIST OF FIGURES Figure Page 1 Schematic Diagram of the Soil Column Used in the Experiment 9 2 Soil Columns Setup in the Greenhouse 10 3 Estimates of ET by Radiation Methods versus Lysimeter ET 12 4 Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations in the Leachate 22 5 Relationship between the NO3-N Concentration at the End of the 3-month Period and the Amount of Water Applied 25 6 Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in the Leachate 26 7 Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentrations in the Leachate 29 8 Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in the Leachate 30 9 The Total Amounts of Available Nitrogen in the Leachate 33 10 The Concentrations of NO3 -N versus NH4 -N of Soil Column Set 1 34 11 Amounts of Nitrogen Found in the Leachate Relative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied on the Soil Columns :.. 37 12 Orthophosphate Concentrations in the Leachate 40 13 Amounts of Orthophosphate in the Leachate 43 14 Nitrogen Contents of the Grass Clippings 45 15 Nitrogen Contents in the Soil Columns ..... 47 A-1 , Sod Used in the Experiment 55 A-2 Bottom of the Plastic container was Drilled with Holes 55 A-3 Drain Rocks were Placed at the Bottom of Plastic Container 56 A-4 50-cm of Soil was Placed in the Plastic Container 56 A-5 Soil Columns Setup in the Greenhouse 57 E-1 The Amount of Nitrogen Applied from Fertilizer 99 F-1 Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations of the 5 Sets of Leachate 101 F-2 Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 1 Leachate 101 F-3 Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 2 Leachate 102 F-4 Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 3 Leachate 102 F-5 Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 4 Leachate .-.v.' 103 F-6 ' ' Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 5 Leachate 103 F-7 The Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in the 5 Sets of Leachate 104 F-8 The Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in Set 1 Leachate 104 F-9 The Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in Set 2 Leachate. 105 F-10 The Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in Set 3 Leachate 105 F - l 1 The Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in Set 4 Leachate 106 F-12 The Amounts of Nitrate-Nitrogen in Set 5 Leachate .....106 F-13 The Relationship between the Concentration of NO3 -N at the End of the Three-month Period and the Amount of Water Applied 107 G-l Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentrations of the 5 Sets of Leachate 109 G-2 Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 1 Leachate 109 G-3 Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 2 Leachate 110 G-4 Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 3 Leachate. 110 viii Figure Page G-5 Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 4 Leachate. 111 G-6 Ammonia-Nitrogen Concentrations of Set 5 Leachate I l l G-7 The Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in the 5 Sets of Leachate 112 G-8 The Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in Set 1 Leachate 112 G-9 The Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in Set 2 Leachate 113 G-10 The Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in Set 3 Leachate 113 G-l 1 The Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in Set 4 Leachate 114 G-12 The Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in Set 5 Leachate 114 H-l The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 1 Leachate. .116 H-2 The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 2 Leachate .116 H-3 The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 3 Leachate.. 117 H-4 The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 4 Leachate. .117 H-5 The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 5 Leachate.. 118 H-6 Comparison between the Concentrations N O 3 - N and N H 4 - N in Set 1 Leachate 118 H-7 Comparison between the Concentrations N O 3 - N and N H 4 - N in Set 2 Leachate..... 119 H-8 Comparison between the Concentrations NO3-N and NH4 -N in Set 3 Leachate ..119 H-9 Comparison between the Concentrations NO3-N and NH4 - N in Set 4 Leachate 120 H-10 Comparison between the Concentrations NO3-N and NH4 - N in Set 5 Leachate 120 H - l 1 The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 1 Leachate 121 H-l2 The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 2 Leachate 121 H - l 3 The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 3 Leachate 122 H-14 The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 4 Leachate 122 H- l 5 The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 5 Leachate 123 H-l6 Comparison between the Amounts of N O 3 - N and N H 4 - N in Set 1 Leachate 123 H-l7 Comparison between the Amounts of N O 3 - N and N H 4 - N in Set 2 Leachate 124 H-l8 Comparison between the Amounts of NO3-N and NH4 - N in Set 3 Leachate 124 H-19 Comparison between the Amounts of N O 3 - N and N H 4 - N in Set 4 Leachate 125 H-20 Comparison between the Amounts of NO3 -N and NH4 - N in Set 5 Leachate 125 1-1 The Concentration of Orthophosphate in the Leachate of All 5 Sets of Soil Columns 129 1-2 The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 1 Leachate 129 1-3 The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 2 Leachate 130 1-4 The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 3 Leachate 130 1-5 The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 4 Leachate .131 1-6 The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 5 Leachate 131 ix Figure Page 1-7 The Amounts of Orthophosphate in the Leachate of All 5 Sets of Soil Columns 132 1-8 The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 1 Leachate 132 1-9 The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 2 Leachate 133 1-10 The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 3 Leachate 133 1-11 The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 4 Leachate 134 1-12 The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 5 Leachate 134 1-13 The Amount of P Found in the Leachate Relative to the Amount of P Applied 136 I-14 The Percentage of P Found in the Leachate During the Experimental Period 137 1-15 The Percentage of Total P Found in the Leachate Relative to the Total Amount of P Applied 138 J-l Grass Clippings Nitrogen Contents of the 5 Sets of Soil Columns 141 J-2 Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 1 141 J-3 Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 2 142 J-4 Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 3 142 J-5 Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 4 143 J-6 Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 5 143 J-7 Grass Quality of Soil Column Set 1 at the end of the Experimental Period 144 J-8 Grass Quality of Soil Column Set 2 at the end of the Experimental Period 144 J-9 Grass Quality of Soil Column Set 3 at the end of the Experimental Period 145 J-10 Grass Quality of Soil Column Set 4 at the end of the Experimental Period 145 J-11 Grass Quality of Soil Column Set 5 at the end of the Experimental Period 146 K - l Nitrogen Content of Soil in all 15 Soil Columns 148 K-2 Nitrogen Contents of Soil expressed in ppm 148 K-3 Nitrogen Contents of Soil expressed in %N 148 X A C K N O W L E D G M E N T S The author wishes to gratefully acknowledge the contribution of Dr. Sietan Chieng without whose contributions, the research would not have been as thorough. Sincere appreciation is extended to Dr. Brian Holl for his guidance and Dr. Anthony Lau for their input to the thesis research. The author once again expresses gratitude for their helpful review of this thesis. xi Chapter] INTRODUCTION The application of fertilizer is an important element in turfgrass cultivation to produce a healthy and aesthetically acceptable turfgrass system. The leaching of nitrogen and phosphorus from fertilizer as a potential source of groundwater contamination has been a concern. Among the nutrients supplied by the fertilizer, nitrate has been identified as the most significant contaminant because of the large quantity which may be present in the leachate. In common practice, many people use fertilizer abundantly as a vital supplement and source of nutrients to the turfgrass. Water has also been used on turfgrass in the summer months as if it is inexhaustible in supply. In this research, the effects of the amount of irrigation water applied and the irrigation frequency on the leaching of nutrients were investigated. 1.1 BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE There exists a large amount of land in the Greater Vancouver Regional District that is covered with turfgrass In the City of Vancouver, approximately 60% of the total lot area and about 90% of park area are under turfgrass cover. These areas represent approximately 5780 hectares or 49.4% of the total area of the City of Vancouver (City of Vancouver, 1996). A report from the Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD) has shown that most homeowners over-water and over-fertilize their lawns at the first sign of summer (GVRD, 1995). 1 From the statistics obtained from the GVRD office (GVRD, 1996), an average of 390,071 m 3 of water is used each day during the months of June to September in the City of Vancouver. Approximately 25% of the total water consumption is being used outdoors (GVRD, 1992), with the majority used for lawn irrigation. Based on this figure, approximately 97,517 m 3 of water are used daily for irrigating lawns. Leachates from lawn fertilization may have an impact on the quality of groundwater. In addition, since turfgrass is predominantly maintained in highly populated areas, judicious management practices and monitoring are desirable. Improper use of fertilizers and irrigation water will have a negative impact on the water quality. The purpose of this study is to examine the situation and to find a way to minimize or avoid this negative effect. There are 13 mineral elements within the soil which are essential for turfgrass growth. They are grouped into macronutrients, secondary nutrients, and micronutrients, depending on the relative amounts required for growth. Those nutrients most needed for turfgrass growth and most often supplied in commercial fertilizers are the macronutrients, which include nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K). Fertilizer requirements vary not only with the specific nutrient, but also with other environmental factors such as the type of soil, the species of turfgrass, climate condition and irrigation practices. The study of nutrients uptake in turfgrasses has been conducted in various research (Turgeon, 1996). The fate of unused nutrients in the soil may be in the leachate, uptake by microbial immobilization during organic matter decomposition, chemical and physical fixation in the soil, loss via volatilization. 2 1.2 OBJECTIVES The objectives of this thesis research are: 1. To examine leachate quality from soil columns where turfgrass is being grown, as defined by the concentrations of available nitrogen and phosphorus in the leachate. 2. To determine the nitrogen content of grass clippings and the soil columns in which the turf is grown. 3. To examine the impact of different irrigation practices on the quality of leachate. 4. To relate the results to the current issues of lawn irrigation and nutrient leaching in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. 3 Chapter 2 LITERATURE REVIEW Water requirement is defined as the amount of water from rainfall and irrigation necessary to meet specific production or performance needs (Kneebone et al., 1992). Water requirement of a certain crop depends on the water use rate by the crop, leaching requirement, stage of growth at the period and other environmental factors such as temperature and solar radiation. The water use rate is the total amount of water needed by plant growth, which includes water lost by the transpiration and evaporation (or evapotranspiration) from soil and plant surfaces. Evapotranspiration plays a major role in managing water quality and soil salinity and in resolving environmental issues. Balance in the supply of irrigation water and the requirement by the crop will prevent surface runoff and stress on crop. It could also help maintain salinity and other nutrients level in the soil. However, inappropriate irrigation applications may lead to severe problems in plants and the receiving water bodies. Among the numerous methods in estimating evapotranspiration rates needed by crops, Jensen-Haise method has been chosen in this study. From literature, it has shown that Jensen-Haise equation is more precise than other radiation empirical methods (Jensen, 1990). Since turfgrass is frequently maintained in highly populated areas, judicious management practices are desirable to control and to reduce improper use of pesticides and fertilizers in the turfgrass system which may lead to a decrease in water quality (Watschke 4 and Mumma, 1989). Among the many nutrients involved, nitrate has been identified as the leading chemical contaminant of drinking water (Cockerham & Gibeault, 1985). After nitrogen has been applied to turfgrass, it maybe converted into nitrate, nitrite, ammonium and other forms of nitrogen compounds that can be used by the plants. The forms of nitrogen that most plants can use are nitrate (NO3") and ammonium ( N H 4 + ) ions. Nitrate ions are the most common forms taken in through plant roots. Ammonium is converted to the nitrite and nitrate forms rather quickly by nitrifying bacteria, such as Nitrosomonas sp. and Nitrobacter sp., which add oxygen to the ammonium ion and convert it to nitrate (Turgeon, 1996). Research has shown that nitrogen may be lost through: • Denitrification: denitrifying bacteria reduce nitrite (NCV) and nitrate(N03"), releasing nitrogen gas (N2) or N2O back to the atmosphere. These reactions are a problem in wet or compact soil as these soils contain little oxygen. • Nitrate leaching: water soluble nitrate ions are moved through the soil as water percolates downward beyond the reach of plant roots. • surface volatilization; and • Soil erosion. In past studies (Petrovic, 1990), researchers have found that considerable subsurface losses of nitrogen occur when soil nitrate levels are high and water movement involves large volumes. However, some researchers report little or no leaching, while others suggest leaching of 80% or more of applied nitrogen. These contradictory results have shown that the degree of nitrate leaching from turfgrass systems is highly variable. 5 Dramatic differences in nitrate leaching have also been determined by different researches under different operating conditions. Several reports have discussed the effect of irrigation practices and the potential for leaching of fertilizer nitrogen. Morton et al. (1988) studied the effect of nitrogen application rate and irrigation on the potential leaching of nitrate from a Kentucky bluegrass-red fescue lawn. The nitrogen rate was typical of a moderate to high lawn fertility program of 50% urea and 50% flowable urea formaldehyde applied at 98 and 244 kg/ha respectively per year. Two irrigation regimes were used. The first regime applied 1.2 cm of water while the second regime applied 3.75 cm of water per week. The first treatment, irrigation on the basis of soil moisture status, did not result in drainage water out of the root zone. The second treatment, irrigation on a fixed schedule, did result in subsurface drainage of water. The first irrigation regime did not cause a significant increase in nitrogen leaching for either nitrogen source. This research has shown that irrigating at the higher rate resulted in measurable leaching losses of nitrogen, although the observed nitrate levels were still well below the drinking water standard. The potential for nitrate leaching to groundwater was examined in turf research at Michigan State University (Branham, 1995). It was found that nitrogen loss from nitrate leaching was insignificant, where as clippings, verdure, and thatch accounted for 69% to 92% of the recovered N for two treatments (early spring and late fall nitrogen application). In this research, it was also reported that 33% of the applied N was recovered in the turfgrass clippings in the three years following application. Unmeasurable non-recovered nitrogen has also been attributed to loss via volatilization and microbial activity. 6 In other research (Chichester, 1977), it was found that highest rates of leaching occurred in winter when soils are wet, but frozen, and when evapotranspiration is slow and fertilizer application is high. For example, in Ohio, it was observed the highest flux of nitrogen in lysimeters during winter months when evapotranspiration was low In the worst case scenario studies with sandy soils, high nitrogen application rates and heavy irrigation, the percent of total nitrogen leached as the rate of nitrogen applied increases (Petrovic, 1990). The total amount of nitrate leached on area basis increases with increasing rates of application. Another critical factor determining the mass of nitrate-nitrogen leached was the amount of soluble nitrogen remaining in the soil after plant uptake and crop harvest (Turgeon, 1996). Due to the fact that phosphates are relatively immobile in soil and soils usually have a large, yet finite, capacity to fix phosphorus, this nutrient is seldom leached through the turfgrass root zone to contaminate groundwater. Concentrations of phosphorus are usually lower than 0.05 mg/1 in subsurface flow (Balogh & Walker, 1992). In research conducted by Starrett et al. (1995), it was found that irrigation rate affected phosphorus transport after a 7-day period after irrigation where about 35% of the phosphorus was transported more than eight inches below the soil surface under a heavy irrigation regime. The aim of this study isto investigate the effect of water use on the quality of leachate (mainly nitrate content) leached from a turfgrass system with different amounts of applied water. 7 Chapter 3 METHODS AND MATERIALS The setup of the experiment consisted of a series of fifteen soil columns (plastic containers). They were divided into five treatment groups each with three replicates. Each group of soil columns was supplied with different amounts of water and with different application regimes during the irrigation interval. The experiment took place in the Plant Science Greenhouse at the University of British Columbia. Details of the setup are described in the following sections. 3.1 SOIL COLUMNS Turfgrass was grown in soil columns sized 60.96cm (24 inches) tall and 28.25 cm (11.12 inches) in diameter (Figure 1 and Figure 2). The column assembly consisted of two stacked 5-gallon plastic pails. The base of the upper pail was cut . off, while the base of the bottom pail was made porous by drilling holes onto it. In each of the bottom pails, 29 holes (6.35 mm in diameter) were made. The alignment of the holes was made in circles. The outermost circle consisted of 16 holes, the second circle consisted of 8 holes, the third circle consisted of 4 holes, and a single hole in the center of the base of the pail. A 5-cm layer of 19.05mm (3/4 inches) diameter drain rock was placed on the bottom of the column for drainage and to prevent clogging of the drain holes. The drain rock was covered by a piece of fiberglass screen mesh to prevent soil lost 8 from runoff. On top of the screen mesh, a 50-cm soil layer was placed. This 50-cm layer of soil was chosen to represent the depth of topsoil (or cultivated layer) for most of the turfgrass growing area. The properties of the soil will be described later in this chapter. The soil columns were supported by a wooden frame to elevate them from the ground. Leachate collectors were placed underneath the soil column to collect water samples (leachate) for analysis. | turfgrass Plastic containers Diameter: 28.25cm (11") Height: 60.96cm (24") Screen mesh Porous base Leachate collector Soil column 50 cm Drain rocks 5 cm Leachate Installed Soil Sample Container Figure 1. Schematic Diagram of the Soil Column Used in the Experiment 9 Figure 2. Soil Columns Setup in the Greenhouse 3.2 TURF GRASSES Sod was used to establish turfgrass in the soil columns because of its numerous advantages and its popularity as a method for lawn establishment in residential areas in the United States and Canada (Turgeon, 1996). One of the advantages of using sod is time efficiency - the well-rooted turf can be placed on 10 top of the soil column at the beginning to provide immediate cover. In addition, the nutrient profile in the soil column will be less likely to be disturbed by nutrient runoff during early stages of turfgrass development, especially at higher irrigation levels. The sod used in this research was composed of a mixture of Kentucky bluegrass, fescue, and perennial ryegrass. The bluegrass in the mixture ensures rich color and texture of the turfgrass, while the fescue ensures good shade tolerance. 3.3 GROWING SEASON OF TURFGRASSES The active growing season of turf in the Vancouver area occurs from approximately April 1st to October 31st each year (Newton, 1992). Since the turfgrass in this study was cultivated in the greenhouse, from the beginning of September to the end of November of 1997, growing season was not a major concern in this experiment. 3.4 EVAPOTRANSPIRATION OF TURFGRASS The total amount of water applied at each irrigation was determined by adding the evapotranspiration rate and the leaching requirement of the turfgrass. The evapotranspiration rate of turfgrass was calculated by using the Jensen-Haise equation (Jensen, 1990). The Jensen-Haise method was chosen to estimate the evapotranspiration rate because: • The evapotranspiration rates would depend on the magnitude of the solar radiation received in the environment (Jensen, 1990). 11 Since the experiment took place in the greenhouse with a controlled environment, the wind and vapor pressure parameters would not be significant variables in the evapotranspiration rates. Radiation Methods 13 U i • > .1 CO TJ E , B E . c o • a w c <o I— o a. Davit. California 10-12 cm Rye G r a o v-FAO-24 Radiation o «»Pria»tley-Tay(or • " Jan«»n-Hei«a A « Turc -^Lyatmater o I i ! I I I i f o.oo. Jan Fab Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sap Oct Nov Dec Month Figure 3. Estimates of ET by Radiation Methods versus Lysimeter ET (Jensen, 1990) • According to previous research conducted, evapotranspiration rates estimated by the empirical Jensen-Haise method agreed well with the measured values in lysimeter at the test plot as shown in Figure 3 (Jensen, 1990). Climatic data measured at the Vancouver International Airport weather station were obtained from Environment Canada and used in the Jensen-Haise equation for E T Calculations. The data covered a 30-year period (1968-1997) and included the parameters of daily solar radiation, daily maximum and minimum 12 temperature, and precipitation. Weekly (7-day) evapotranspiration rates were calculated and used in this study. The reasons for using the 7-day period are: • The minimum time period for the Jensen-Haise method is 5 days (Jensen, 1990). • G V R D allows the irrigation of residential lawns on a twice weekly basis ( G V R D , 1992). The Jensen-Haise equation can be expressed as. E T 0 = C T ( T - T X ) R where C T = air temperature coefficient for the location being considered T = mean daily air temperature, ° C T x = constant for the location being considered Rs = total radiation for period in mm (see p. 15) The air temperature coefficient and the constant for the location being considered can be determined by the following equations: 13 where Tj = average daily temperature for period i (°C); ki, k2, k 3 , L,, ks, = constants for the reference crop as listed in k 6 , ...kio Table 1; h = elevation of the weather station (m); and e s,maX and e^mi,, = saturation vapor pressure at mean maximum and minimum air temperature during the warmest month of the year, respectively (mbar) The elevation of the Vancouver International Airport Weather Station is about 2m above mean sea level. Table 1. Reference Crop Constants for the Jensen-Haise Equation Reference Crop: Turfgrass k, 45 k 2 137 k 3 365 k 4 -2.5 k5 0.14 ke 500 k 7 19.08 k 8 429.41 k 9 1.00 kio 237.30 Since the solar radiation data given by Environment Canada is measured in the unit of MJ/m 2 , the data have to be converted to cal/m2 before proceeding to the calculation of the daily solar radiation in millimeters. The conversion is: Rs* (cal/cm2) = Rs* (MJ/m2) -23.88 14 Daily solar radiation is converted into equivalent depths of evaporation in order to be used in the Jensen-Haise equation assuming a heat of vaporization of 585 cal/g: K where R s = solar radiation in equivalent depths of evaporation (mm) Rs* = solar radiation (cal/cm2) K = unit constant (K = 58.48 when R s in mm) Calculated evapotranspiration rates for turfgrass using the 7-day interval are given in Table D-4. 3.5 LEACHING REQUIREMENT Leaching requirement is the fraction of irrigation water that must be drained in order to maintain the salt balance in the soil. The leaching requirement depends on the tolerance of the plant and the electrical conductivity of both the soil and irrigation water. For turfgrass to achieve a 100% crop tolerance, the electrical conductivity of the saturated extract of soil (EC e) should not exceed 5.6 deciSiemen/meter (dS/m). The electrical conductivity of the irrigation water (ECW) should be less than 3.7 dS/m at 25°C (Ayers, 1985). The maximum salinity ( E C d w ) of the percolating water draining from the root zone that can result from removal of water by the particular crop to meet its water requirement for growth ( E C d w ) is 38 dS/m (Ochs, 1992). This relationship implies that if all the root zone soil water were at this maximum E C d w of 38 dS/m, the yield reduction would be 15 100% since the crop would be unable to, extract water from the saline source. Hence, the leaching requirement (LR) or the minimum leaching fraction that can be relied upon to control salts within the tolerance of the crop can be determined by: L R = E C w / E C d w =3.7/38 =9.74% Therefore, 9.74% of the irrigation water must be drained in order to maintain the salt balance in the root zone. In this study, a leaching requirement of 10% was used because it is a common value used in irrigation practice to satisfy the minimum leaching requirement. The application of irrigation water to meet the evapotranspiration demand of the crop and the leaching requirement is given by: Total amount of irrigation water = E T / (1-LR) The calculated values for evapotranspiration rates and leaching requirement are given in Appendix B. 3.6 IRRIGATION OPERATION Water was applied to the turfgrass manually using a fine porous sprinkler to achieve even water distribution, and a slow rate of application to ensure deep watering without ponding or losses by run-off. 16 A collector was placed beneath the soil column to collect the leachate, which was then stored in closed containers and in a walk-in cooler (kept at 54°F) prior to nutrient analysis. 3.7 SOIL PREPARATION Pasteurized soil was used in the research as required by the regulations of the UBC Plant Science Greenhouse. Soil was taken from an agricultural field in the Boundary Bay area in Delta. The soil was sandy loam which had never been treated with any fertilizer or pesticide. The soil was pasteurized in the Botanical Garden Nursery using an electric thermal pasteurizer. 3.8 FERTILIZING The fertilization program was similar to common practice on amenity turfgrass. Granular fertilizers were used because they can be applied easily and over the soil surface. Granular fertilizer also avoids direct nutrient intake by the leaves of the turfgrass, which may cause inaccuracy in the nutrient analysis of grass clippings as well as foliar-burn. Moreover, granular fertilizers are more commonly available and used by consumers. An ideal fertilization program would be to provide 0.00488 kg of nitrogen per square meter (1 lb. N per 1000 sq. ft) of grass each time in each of the three applications in the growing season with one in late May, and the second and third in August and October (Newton, 1992). However, in this research, fertilizers were applied three times during the three-month testing period. The applications were made at the beginning of each 17 month. The N:P:K analysis of the fertilizer used in the program was 28-3-3 (Scotts Turf Builder Plus 2). This fertilizer was chosen because it is one of the most commonly used fertilizers for residential use in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Approximately 1.2723 grams of granular fertilizer was needed in each soil column with turfgrass area of 0.073 square meters based on 4.88xl0"3 kg/m2 nitrogen requirement. The composition of the fertilizer also includes 1.21% 2,4-D and 0.605% Mecoprop d-isomer. According to the instructions of the fertilizer manufacturer, the three fertilizer applications were done after irrigation in the early morning in order for the moisture to get into the granular fertilizer to increase effectiveness and to prevent heavy leaching if water was applied afterwards. A sample calculation of the amount of granular fertilizer needed is given in Appendix E and the actual amount applied on the soil columns in the experiment is shown in Table E - l . 3.9 MOWING Mowing was done manually once every 7 days. The appropriate height of cut for grass in the Vancouver Region is 2.5 to 5 cm (1 to 2 inches) due to the weather conditions (Newton, 1992). From the literature, the frequency of mowing is every 3-4 days during the flush of early growth in spring and early summer; every 5-7 days during summer (perhaps a bit less often when the weather is very 18 hot) and once in 10-14 days as the weather cools and growth slows in the fall (Newton, 1992). On a yearly basis, when dividing the number of days by the number of cuts, it averages to be approximately one cut every 7 days (once a week). In addition, not more than 5 cm (2 inches) of new growth was allowed to develop between cuts. Since the turfgrass was being cultivated in a controlled environment, the rate of growth of the turfgrass was quite uniform and weekly cutting was required. The grass was cut using a pair of 10-inch hand-held grass shears which produced a clean cut and was easily handled. The cut surfaces heal cleanly and quickly, resulting in quick recovery and good subsequent re-growth. Clippings were collected in airtight bags; nitrogen contents of fresh grass clippings was determined using a Leco Nitrogen Determinator (Model FP-228). After obtaining nitrogen content, the grass clippings were used for moisture determination. Nitrogen content of the clippings on a dry basis was calculated by: Nitrogen contentdry basis(%) - Nitrogen contentwet basis (%) / (1-moisture content) 3.10 PROCEDURES The soil columns were divided into five groups, with three replicates in each group. Each group was assigned one specific irrigation treatment. The first three of the soil columns were used as controls. An amount of water, W, was applied. The amount W is equal to the sum of the evapotranspiration rate and the leaching requirement based on a 7-day irrigation interval. Since irrigation occurs twice a 19 week, as suggested by the GVRD watering criteria, half of the amount of water needed (V2W) was applied each time. In the second set of the soil columns, twice as much water (2W) was applied among the two applications in the week. This meant that the full amount of water needed (W) was applied each time, twice per week. In the third set of the soil columns, half of the water needed (V2W) was applied across the two applications. This meant that one-quarter of the amount of water needed (0.25 W) was applied each time, twice per week. In the fourth set of the soil columns, the full amount of water W was applied. However, water was applied only once during the irrigation interval (i:e. once per week). The final set of the soil columns was irrigated twice during the interval as well, but with three times the amount of water (3W) in total, 1.5W applied at each time. The irrigation schedule is shown in Table 2. This arrangement of irrigation treatments accounted for the minimum and maximum possible amounts of water being applied to the turf. The schedule covered a wide range of commonly practiced watering alternatives. Table 2. Irrigation schedule for the soil/turfgrass columns 1st application 2 n d application Total amount of water applied Setl* >/2W Vi W W Set 2* w w 2W Set 3* }w |w V2 W Set 4* w n/a w Set 5* P/2W P/2W 3W Note: 3 soil columns in each set 20 Soil samples were taken at the beginning of the experiment to determine initial concentrations of nitrogen as a base line for the experiment. During the three-month experimental period, the following procedures were done routinely until the end of the testing period: • Fertilizer was applied once every month at the beginning of the month. Three applications of fertilizer were achieved in total. The three applications were made September 9th, October 7 t h and November 3 r d respectively. • Water was applied according to the Jensen-Haise method along with the leaching requirements. Water was applied twice per week for soil columns set 1,2,3, and 5 and only once per week for soil column set 4. The dates of irrigation are indicated in Table B- l in Appendix B. • Turfgrasses were cut once per week throughout the growing period. • Leachate samples from each column were collected after each irrigation and were analyzed for available nitrogen and available. • Soil samples were taken at the end of the experiment for analysis of nitrogen content. 21 Chapter 4 RESULTS & DISCUSSION Chemical analyses were done on the samples collected from the leachate samples, the grass clippings and the soil. The results are discussed in the following sections. 4.1 NITRATE-NITROGEN IN THE L E A C H A T E The analysis of nitrate-nitrogen was divided into two parts. The first part involved the analysis on the concentration of nitrate-nitrogen found in the leachate. The second part o f the analysis was to determine the total amount of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate. N03-N Concentration (ppm) 248 268 288 308 Julian Day 328 348 Figure 4. Nitrate concentration of leachate 22 From the analysis, it was found that the concentrations of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate increased as a function of time. Figure 4 shows that after each fertilizer application, all five sets of soil columns showed an immediate increased concentration of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate. Subsequent to the immediate increase in concentration, steady concentrations were achieved in the leachate. The trends of the responses in concentrations were very similar in the soil columns for each treatment of irrigation applications; concentrations of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate increased after each fertilizer application. A summary of the initial (before fertilizer application), final (at the end of the period) concentration and the increments in the concentration of NO3-N after each fertilizer application is presented in Table 3. Table 3. Summary of the Increments in the Concentrations of NO3 -N NO3 -N concentr after 1st applicat ation tion NO3-N concentration after 2n d application NO3 -N concentration after 3 r d application Initial (ppm) Final (ppm) %Incr-eased Initial (ppm) Final (ppm) Joiner-eased Initial (ppm) Final (ppm) %Incr-eased Setl 52.8 94.59 79.1 80.50 147.25 82.9 136 222.8 63.2 Set 2 33.12 99.64 200.1 87.25 135.52 55.8 91 135 48.35 Set 3 51.17 84.88 65.88 102.84 191.39 86.1 184.29 384.38 108.57 Set 4 38.85 96.8 150 95.7 185.08 95.27 160.1 270.81 69.16 Set 5 29.09 75.52 159.6 75.31 118.37 57.84 55 106.73 101.38 Significant differences are found between the concentrations of nitrate-nitrogen within the five sets of columns with different treatments. It is found that the N 0 3 - N concentration after each fertilizer application was inversely proportional to the total amount of water applied (see Figure 4). The more water 23 applied to the turfgrass, the lower the concentration in nitrate-nitrogen found in the leachate. By comparing soil columns set 1 and set 4, it is evident that the higher the frequency of the irrigation application, the lower the concentration of nitrate-nitrogen found in the leachate after each of fertilizer application operation. Table 3 shows the final concentrations at the end of each fertilizer treatment period of each set of soil columns. In Set 5 (1.5W, 1.5W), where three times of the amount of water needed was applied, the NO3 -N concentration at the end of the three-month experimental period was 106.73 ppm (parts per million or mg/L). Whereas in soil column set 1 (V2W, V2W), the concentration of NO3 -N at the end of the experiment was 222.8 ppm. The concentration of Set 5 is 47.9% of that of Set 1. By using the same approach, it was found that the concentration of NO3 -N leached from set 2 (1W, 1W) was 60.6% of that of set 1, set 3 was 1.72 times of that of set 3 and set 4 was 1.21 times of that of set 1. The relationship between the NO3 -N concentrations in different soil columns expressed as a ratio to that of the NO3 -N concentration of set 1 found in the leachate versus the amounts of water applied is plotted in Figure 5. From this figure, the final concentration of NO3 -N in the leachate could be estimated if the amount of water applied is known. However, from Table 3, it was apparent that there was no definite trend in the percentage increase in concentration of the nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate. 24 Ratio of N Concentration relative to Set 1 vs. the amount of water applied 2 r : " 0.2 -I 0 j — r- — r— 1 • , 1 ; 1 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 Amount of water applied (W) Figure 5. Relationship between the N O 3 - N Concentration at the end of the 3-Month Period and the Amount of Water Applied Figure 6 shows the amount of nitrate-nitrogen found in the leachate with respect to time. It shows that the amount of nitrate-nitrogen present in the leachate in the early period of the experiment was higher than that in the later period. It also shows a trend that amount of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate tends to decrease with respect to time after the first fertilizer application. However, immediately after the second fertilizer application, there was an increase in the amount of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate in response to the application, followed by a slow decrease. This decrease might be a result uptake by turfgrasses, hence reducing the nitrate-nitrogen available for leaching. 25 248 The amount of N03-N (mg) 268 288 308 Julian day 328 348 Figure 6. Amount of Nitrate-Nitrogen in the leachate Figure 6 shows that the amount of nitrate-nitrogen present in the leachate is directly proportional to the amount of water applied. Table 4 gives a summary of the amount of nitrate-nitrogen found in each treatment period and expressed the values in percentages of the total available nitrogen being applied from fertilizer. Table 4. Summary of the Amount of NO3 -N Found in the Leachate in Each Treatment Period 1st Application 2 n d Application 3 r d Application Amount of NO3-N found (mg) % found as applied Amount of NO3-N found (mg) % found as applied Amount of NO3-N found (mg) % found as applied Setl 81.10 22.56 76.04 21.32 51.96 14.54 Set 2 422.69 118.45 388.62 108.83 219.19 61.23 Set 3 16.55 4.63 20.58 5.76 19.61 5.55 Set 4 31.75 8.88 27.32 7.64 22.85 6.39 Set 5 850.2 237.81 862.96 185.58 353.83 98.86 26 From Figure 6 and Table 4, it is found that soil columns in set 5 have the highest amount of nitrate-nitrogen (more than 98% of the amount of N applied). Whereas the soil columns of set 3 with the least amount of water applied have the least amount of nitrate-nitrogen (approximately 5% of the amount of N applied). Another interesting observation from this analysis is that after the last fertilizer application, there was a slight increase in the amount of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate. After the slight increase, the amount of nitrate-nitrogen stayed approximately at the same level, with no significant decrease afterwards. Figure 6 shows that the amount of NO3 -N leached out each time after the third application became steady. For soil column set 1, the amount of NO3 -N being leached out lied in the range of 5 mg to 7 mg each time. In soil column set 2, the amount stayed at about 30 mg. In set 3, the amount was about 2.8 mg; in set 4, the amount was about 6 mg and in set 5, the amount lied in between 45 to 47 mg. This shows shown that once the amount of water applied exceed the amount of water needed by the turfgrass, the amount of N 0 3 - N being leached out were noticeably higher than those soil columns with the right or lesser amount of water applied. When comparing between the results of the concentrations and the amounts of nitrate-nitrogen present in the leachate, it is evident that the concentration of nitrate-nitrogen is inversely proportional to the amount of water applied. However, the total amount of nitrate-nitrogen in the leachate was higher with more water applied even though the concentration is lower. This has shown that although the leachate in the soil columns with larger amount of water being 27 applied would result in a lower nitrate-nitrogen concentration, there was still a significant amount of nitrate-nitrogen present in the total leachate. It can be concluded that the concentration of the leachate is higher when less water is applied; however, the total amount of nitrate-nitrogen leached is dependent on the total amount of drainage water (leachate) removed from the turfgrass system. 4.2 AMMONIA-NITROGEN IN THE L E A C H A T E The data analysis for ammonia-nitrate was divided into two parts. The first part involved the analysis on the concentration of ammonia found in the leachate. The second part of the analysis was to determine the total amount of ammonia-nitrogen in the leachate. Figure 7 shows that the trends of reactions of the ammonia-nitrogen in all the five sets of soil columns are very similar. The five sets of leachate from the soil columns all started with a low concentration of ammonia-nitrogen. After the first fertilizer application, the concentrations increased to a level of 30 ppm (mg/L) or more. However, the concentrations of the ammonia-nitrogen did not respond immediately after the fertilizer application. The concentration of NH4 - N continued to rise until about 30 days after the application. After the second fertilizer application, the NH4 -N concentrations however did not show any responses until approximately 15 days after the application. The high concentrations of NH4-N only lasted for a very short period and dropped down to about the same level before the application. 28 NH4-N Concentration of leachate (ppm) 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian day Figure 7. Ammonia-nitrogen Concentrations in the leachate The NH4 -N concentrations in the leachate after the last fertilizer application did not show observable responses until after 15 days. The concentrations then started to increase until the end of the experiment. The study shows that the leaching of ammonia-nitrogen did parallel the response observed for nitrate-nitrogen. As shown in Figure 7, there was a lag period between the time when the fertilizer was being applied and the time when the increase in ammonia-nitrogen concentration in the leachate. This observation is consistent with the explanation given by Turgeon (1996) that ammonium ions are converted to the nitrate and nitrate forms by nitrifying bacteria. Furthermore, positively charged ammonium ions may be easily bound to the negatively charged soil particles and be relatively immobile in the soil, producing a lower leaching potential than for nitrate-nitrogen. 29 When comparing the ammonia-nitrogen concentrations of the five sets of soil columns, it was also found that the concentrations among the soil columns from the five treatments were very similar (see Figure 7). There were no distinct differences in concentration among the five sets of leachate from different irrigation regimes. However, it could also be seen that the lower the amount of applied water, the higher the concentration of ammonia-nitrogen in the leachate. 120 Amxrts of IM-&N (mg) 1 2 * - 4 *-5 Julian day 348 Figure 8. Amounts of Ammonia-Nitrogen in the Leachate The second part of the analysis was made to determine the amount of ammonia-nitrate present in the leachate. Figure 8 shows that the trend of the graphs was well defined where the amounts of ammonia (expressed in terms of nitrogen) were higher in the earlier period than the later. Table 5 gives the amount of ammonia-nitrogen found in the leachate in each fertilizer treatment 30 period and the percentages of N H 4 - N found in the leachate relative to the amount of available nitrogen applied through fertilizer. Table 5. Summary of the Amount of N H 4 - N Found in the Leachate in Each Treatment Period 1st Application 2n d Application 3 r d Application Amount of NH4-N found (mg) % found as applied Amount of NH4-N found (mg) % found as applied Amount of NH4-N found (mg) % found as applied Set l 27.86 7.75 5.21 1.46 5.01 1.40 Set 2 254.37 71.2 46.77 13.10 46.34 1.26 Set 3 8.04 2.25 1.72 0.48 1.56 0.44 Set 4 18.13 5.07 1.61 0.45 3.11 0.87 Set 5 421.92 118.02 73.82 20.66 68.10 19.03 From Figure 8 and Table 5, several observations about the trends for ammonia-nitrogen in the leachate were made. First, amounts of ammonia-nitrogen present in the leachate were directly proportional to the amount of water being applied. For example, Figure 8 shows that soil columns in set 5, which received three times the amount of water required, have the largest amount of ammonia-nitrogen present in the leachate, whereas soil columns set 3, which received half the amount of water required had the least amount of leachate ammonia-nitrogen. The second observation was that once the amount of irrigation water exceeded the required amount for the turfgrass^ the amount of ammonia-nitrogen leached was extraordinarily high. Ammonia-nitrogen leachate levels in soil columns set 2 and set 5 were significantly higher than the other three sets of soil columns. The amount of ammonia-nitrogen being leached out from soil columns set 2 and set 5 between the first and second fertilizer applications was 71% to 118% of the total available nitrogen being applied in the entire experimental 31 118% of the total available nitrogen being applied in the entire experimental period respectively, whereas the other three sets of leachate have NH4-N concentration below 10% of the amount applied. Similar responses were observed after the second and third fertilizer applications. The soil columns being irrigated with the appropriate amount of water (1W), or less, as defined by the evapotranspiration level and leaching requirement showed very little response in ammonia-nitrogen leaching. A comparison between the results of the concentration and the amount of ammonia-nitrogen present in the leachate was made. It was found that concentrations of ammonia-nitrate were inversely proportional to the amount present in the leachate. The amount of ammonia-nitrogen present in the leachate was highly dependent on the volume of leachate. In the earlier stage of the experimental period, both the concentration and the amount of JNH4-N in all five sets of leachate were high. However, the concentration responses after the second and the third application were relatively minor when compared with the first response. This change was likely because in the later part of the experimental period, less water was applied and hence the total amount of leachate ammonia-nitrogen was also reduced. 32 4.3 A V A I L A B L E NITROGEN IN THE L E A C H A T E From these results, it was apparent that the total amount of available nitrogen found in the leachate showed a similar trend for all the five sets of soil columns. As described in the previous sections, the amounts of nitrate-nitrogen and ammonia-nitrogen were higher in the earlier stages of the experiment, and gradually decreased to a lower steady amount. Amount Nitrogen in set 1 (mg) in terms of N03 and NH4 0 1 N H 4 - N H N 0 3 - N 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian day Figure 9. The total amount of available nitrogen in the leachate The amount of nitrate-nitrogen and ammonia-nitrogen present in the leachate represent the total available nitrogen. Figure 9 shows nitrate was the dominant component of nitrogen content in the leachate throughout the experimental period. Nitrate was more abundant than ammonia in the leachate in part because of the cation exchange properties of soil particles. Since the clay and 33 the organic matter in the soil are negatively charged, positively charged molecules such as ammonium may be adsorbed. Nitrate (NCV) ions are negatively charged and remain soluble and mobile in the soil. Hence, nitrate has a greater leaching potential than that of ammonium and is more readily leached through the soil columns (Hall, 1990). The Concentration of N03-N and NH4-N of Set 1 (ppm) 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 ^ n o 3 nh4 i ii i r \ * I S " i . i i i i i i ^ V ^ - r - V — r " T " T — T — r - e— \ 1 1 1 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian day Figure 10. The Concentration ofNCb-N versus NH4 -N The relationship between the concentration of leachate nitrate-nitrogen and ammonia-nitrogen can be seen in Figure 10. Increases in ammonia-nitrate and decreases in nitrate-nitrogen occurred simultaneously. The arrows in Figure 10 show the inverse relationship of nitrate-nitrogen concentration and ammonia-nitrogen. All five sets of data showed a similar trend as that illustrated in Figure 34 10 (Set 1). These data can be explained by the conversion of ammonia to nitrate by the nitrifying bacteria as described in the literatures (Turgeon, 1996). The amount of nitrogen present in the leachate as a percentage of the amount applied is shown in Figure 11. The amount of nitrogen being applied to the turfgrass system was calculated from the fertilizer application. The amounts of nitrogen found in the leachate between each fertilizer application were to make the total amount of nitrogen leached from the soil columns during the experimental period. Figure 11 shows that the larger the amount of water applied, the higher the percentage of nitrogen found in the leachate from the soil columns. However, it also shows that the amounts of nitrogen being leached were greater than the amount applied to the soil columns in set 2 and set 5 (with double and three times the water required applied). The unusually high amount of nitrogen present might have been due to the application of excess water to the soil columns which has also brought in other sources of nitrogen into the mass balance. The possible nitrogen sources in the leachate include: • Nitrogen bound to the soil particles - soil itself contains a certain amount of nitrogen which are bound to the soil particles. Once soil was applied with a large amount of water, nitrogen molecules which were bound to the soil might also be washed off along with the high flux of water flow. 35 Microbial activities - Although the soil was pasteurized before being brought into the greenhouse, soil only stayed free of microbial growth for about one week's time. Afterwards, due to the moist and warm conditions inside the greenhouse, microbial growth and biological fixation started again. Nitrifying bacteria started to convert ammonia to nitrate that leach more easily, causing a larger amount of leachate nitrogen. Residues from grass clippings - Residues of grass clippings are also a possible source of leachate nitrogen. Although grass clippings were taken out after each cut, there could still be some grass clippings left in the soil columns. Naturally deteriorated turfgrasses were also found in those soil columns where nutrients have been washed off. The residues from grass clippings were a source of organic nitrogen. Under mineralization, these organic compounds were decoposed to inorganic form to become leachate nitrogen. Irrigation water - water contains a very small amount of nitrogen. Therefore, the more water being applied on the soil column, the larger amount of nitrogen would be ended up in the leachate. However, the effect of the irrigation water nitrogen was minimal. 36 Amount of N found in the leachate expressed in percentages of N applied 400% 350% 300% 250% 200% 150% 100% 50% 0% -E 3 S e p 9 - O c t 7 ^ O c t 8 - N o v 3 • N o v 3 - D e c 5 I LV.W.VI i Soil column set Figure 11. Amount of nitrogen found in the leachate relative to the amount of nitrogen applied in the soil columns Another observation from the analysis was that lower percentages of nitrogen were found in the later period of the experiment compared to the earlier period. Comparing the percentages of nitrogen found in the two stages, it was found that the leached nitrogen amount in the earlier period was about 2.5 to 3.3 times the amount leached in the later period. This difference may be due to the fact that more water was applied and therefore the amount of nitrogen leached out was higher. Comparing the results among the five sets of soil columns, the following findings were noted: The greater the amount of water applied, the higher the amount of nitrogen found in the leachate. 37 • From the results of set 1 and set 4, with the same amount of water, it was found that the more frequent the watering, the higher percentage of the amount of nitrogen was found in the leachate. • Once the amount of irrigation water exceeded the amount of water needed by the turfgrass, a dramatic increase in the percentage of nitrogen was found in the leachate relative to the amount of nitrogen being applied. This observation may be due to various other input sources of nitrogen imported with the irrigation of water. Bacterial activity may be very high because of the moist condition in the soil column and the warm temperature in the greenhouse where the turfgrass was grown. The excess nitrogen being leached out may also reflect the continuous flushing of a large amount of water, which caused both the mobile nitrate and immobile ammonia to leach out of the soil columns more freely. Based on the findings from this study, the results could be related to the situation in the City of Vancouver where both a large amounts of fertilizer and water may be applied to the turfgrass system. For the 3-month experimental period, the percentages of nitrogen in the leachate as nitrate-nitrogen and ammonia-nitrogen with different amounts of applied water are illustrated in Table 6. Table 6. The Amount of Total Available Nitrogen Found in the Leachate (expressed as a ratio of the total amount of available nitrogen applied) Soil columns Amount of water applied % N found in leachate Set 1 '/ 2W, >/2W 23.03% Set 2 1W, 1W 128.55% Set 3 0.25W, 0.25W 6.37% Set 4 1W, OW 9.77% Set 5 1.5W, 1.5W 226.65% 38 As noted earlier, the City of Vancouver has approximately 57.8 square kilometers of turfgrass. Following common practice and recommended fertilizer rates, 282,204 kg of nitrogen would be applied onto the turfgrass system in each application. From the results obtained in these analyses, the amounts of fertilizer N that would be found in the leachate from the land in the City of Vancouver are illustrated in Table 7. Table 7. The Estimated Amount of Available Nitrogen that could be Resulted from Turfgrass Systems in the City of Vancouver Scenario Amount of irrigation water applied Amount of N in the leachate after each application (kg) Amount of N in the leachate at the end of season (kg) Setl !/2W + V2W = 1W . 64,982 •.. 194,946 Set 2 1W + 1W = 2W 362,776 1,088,330 Set 3 0.25W.+ 0.25W = '/2W 17,976 53,930 Set 4 1W + OW = 1W 27,560 82,680 Set 5 1.5W+ 1.5W = 3W 639,527 1,918,583 From Table 7, it can be seen that the leaching of nitrogen from the turfgrass system could cause serious groundwater quality problems. In addition, other water systems, especially in streams and lakes where intake by humans, animals and aquatic life is possible, may also be affected. By comparing the estimated leachate nitrogen concentration with the criteria in the Canadian Drinking Water Guide, it is apparent that the leachate from the turfgrass systems in this study is not acceptable for drinking. The upper limit for the nitrate-nitrogen concentration in drinking water is 10 ppm; the nitrate-nitrogen concentrations of the leachate samples were all above this threshold. 39 4.4 O R T H O P H O S P H A T E IN T H E L E A C H A T E The data analysis for orthophosphate (PO4"3) was made in two parts. The first part involved analysis of the concentration of orthophosphate found in the leachate, while the second part of the analysis addressed the total amount of orthophosphate found in the leachate. P04 Concentration in Leachate (ppm) ! . i I f\ 1 1 + 1 - 0 - 2 -^3 -*-4 —*— 5 i 1 1 • • s r \ 1 8 1 JFrk. * j —^ ^^<^r i \(L / w I 1 " ^ N i ^ S I ^ S ^ ^ ^ ^ 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure 12. Concentrations of Orthophosphate in the Leachate Figure 12 shows the timeline of concentration changes in orthophosphate. After the first fertilizer application, noticeable increases in the concentrations of the PO4' 3 in the leachate were found. The concentrations for all five sets of soil columns increased immediately after the application. In soil column set 5, where three times the required amount of water was applied, the increase in PO4"3 in leachate was 40 extensive. Approximately 10 days after the first fertilizer application, the concentrations of orthophosphate in all the leachates dropped to a level, near the initial concentration of the period, and remained steady until the next fertilizer application. After the second application, there were only moderate changes in leachate concentration. The content of orthophosphate in the leachate remained low after the leached-out period of the second fertilizer application. Figure 12 also shows that there was minimal response from the third fertilizer application in leachate orthophosphate concentrations for all treatments. The low phosphate level in the leachate might be attributable to the fixation of P into insoluble forms quickly to form relatively immobile compounds in soil. After the orthophosphates were bound to the soil, they would not leach easily from the turfgrass root zone. Another reason for the low concentration in the orthophosphate found in the leachate may be that the turfgrass required phosphorus to establish growth of new roots after transplanting. In addition, most of the soils in the western part of Canada, including the soil used in this experiment, are deficient in phosphorus; therefore, the fertilizer phosphorus was either quickly taken up and/or bound to the soil particles. It was also observed that there was no significant variation in orthophosphate concentrations in the leachate between the five water treatments. Concentration responses for all five sets of soil columns were very similar, except for the response immediately after the first application. The concentration of orthophosphate in the leachate was directly proportional to the amount of water applied. Irrigation frequency 41 also affected the concentration of orthophosphate in the leachate; a lower concentration was found in less frequently irrigated turf. These findings were consistent with the fact that orthophosphate is immobile in soil. However, with larger amounts of irrigation water being applied, more orthophosphate might be expected to end up in the leachate. The second part of the orthophosphate analysis was to determine the total amount of orthophosphate in the leachate. Figure 13 shows the amounts of orthophosphate in the leachate of the five respective soil column sets. It was found that the total amount of orthophosphate leached was also proportional to the irrigation water applied. The amounts of PO4" 3 were highest after the first fertilizer application and gradually decreased to a steady state until the second fertilizer application. After the second application, a small increase in phosphate was observed. Subsequently, the amount decreased at a constant rate until the end of the experimental period. Almost no increase in PO4" 3 concentration was encountered after the third fertilizer application. A comparison between the amount and concentration of orthophosphate in the leachate was also made. It was found that both of these parameters were directly proportional to the amount of water applied as reflected graphically in Figure 12 and 13. 42 25 -. 20 15 . 10 5 = ° ! 2 Amxirrtsof P04(r ! ( ng) i . 1 ! i i i . ^1 + 2 — 3 x 4 T * - 5 18 jK i A 1 M l i / ! 1 i \ i\ i 1 i 1 . i 1 i \ , i' : • • • f A i' • " yl ^ V S H L _ i » m J K DC—w ak y=af=ii==iQ=a i Q i i i a — u i u ia y m iu H U I H U — ^ T B - I « — F h — n —i 1 « 268 •'.» 288 306 328 3 Jtiianday Figure 13. Amounts of Orthophosphate in the Leachate The results from this study were compared to water and fertilizer use data for the City of Vancouver. For the 3-month experimental period, the percentage of phosphorus found in the leachate in the form of orthophosphate in response to different amounts of applied water are presented in Table 8. Table 8. The Amount of Orthophosphate Found in the Leachate as a Percentage of P applied Soil columns Amount of water applied % P found in leachate Set 1 !/2W, 'AW 2.661% Set 2 1W, 1W 19.397% Set 3 0.25W, 0.25W 0.583% Set 4 1W, OW 1.302% Set 5 1.5W, 1.5W 49.196% Based on the area that is covered by turfgrass in the City of Vancouver, the amount of phosphorus that would applied on turf at recommended fertilizer rates 43 would be 30,236kg. Table 9 gives the amounts of PO4"3 that would be found in the water leached out from this area. Phosphate leaching potential was not significant as that for nitrogen. However, the potential for contamination of water (surface and ground) does exist if this situation is continued year after year. Table 9. The Estimated Amount of Orthophosphate that could be Resulted from the Leachate in the City of Vancouver Scenario Amount of irrigation water applied Amount of P in the leachate after each application (kg) Amount of P in the leachate at the end of season (kg) Set 1 V2W + V2W = 1W 804 2,413 Set 2 1W + 1W = 2W 5,864 17,594' Set 3 0.25W + 0.25W = V2W 176 529 Set 4 1W + 0W=1W 393 1,181 Set5 1.5W+ 1.5W = 3W 14,874 44,624 4:5 GRASS CLIPPINGS Grass clippings were collected after each cut for nitrogen content analysis. The nitrogen content of the grass clippings is shown in. Figure 14. After each fertilizer application, there was an increase in the nitrogen content in the clippings of about 20% to 25% of the preceding concentration. Figure 14 shows that the response of the grass to nitrogen application was almost immediate. After each peak, nitrogen content decreased until it reached a level which is about the same as it was prior to fertilizer application. Figure 14 also shows that three months after the third fertilizer application (or two months after the end of the primary experimental period), the nitrogen content of the grass remained constant. This observation suggests that the nitrogen content of the grass does not show a significant incremental increase unless a supplemental nitrogen supply introduced. 44 Grass Clippings Nitrogen Content (ppm) 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 248 308 338 Julian Date 398 Figure 14. Nitrogen content of the grass clippings The quality of the turfgrass was also evaluated during the experimental period and was compared at the end of the 3-month period (see Figure J-7 to J-l 1). Turfgrass quality was not directly related to the amount of water applied. Although soil column set 5 was supplied with three times the amount of water as required by the turfgrass, the quality of turf was poorest. Patches of bare soil were found, and the turfgrass was very thin and scarce. Turf condition in soil column set 2 was a little better than that in soil column 5, but was not healthy and dense. These findings suggest that over-irrigation will result in excessive leaching of nutrients and lead to poor growth. Although soil column set 4 was supplied with the required amount of water within the 7-day irrigation interval, patches of burnt grass were observed. The turfgrass in soil column set 3 had an acceptable green and dense appearance even 45 though it was only supplied with half the amount of water required. This performance may reflect lower nutrient leaching would be resulted from the soil column. More nutrients retained in the soil column also means that more nutrients are available for the turfgrass. Turfgrass in soil column set 1 had the best appearance and was the healthiest among the five sets of samples. The turfgrass in soil column set 1 was dense and green and with glossy finish throughout the experimental period. This set of soil columns was the "control set" and was supplied with adequate water, in which suitable amount of nutrients were retained in the soil column for turfgrass uptake. This study clearly shows that over-irrigation does not produce better quality of turfgrass. Conversely, it wasted valuable water and lead to poor growth. The amount of water as determined by the Jensen-Haise radiation method for evapotranspiration rate was appropriate for turfgrass cultivation to achieve a good growth. This study also indicated that if water supply is limited, reduced irrigation levels may be applied at least two times per week to produce acceptable turfgrass growth and quality. 4.6 SOIL NITROGEN PROFILE Soil samples were taken for analysis from the soil columns at the end of the experiment at the following depths: • the root zone (5 cm below the soil surface)[0-5cm]; • 10 cm below the soil surface[5-10cm]; • 25 cm below the soil surface[10-25cm]; and 46 • 40 cm below the soil surface (just above the drain rocks)[25-40cm]. Figure 15 shows the profde of nitrogen content in the soil columns. It is quite evident that similar profdes were found for all five sets regardless of the amount of water applied. The data show that the nitrogen content at the soil surface is highest, and decreases with increasing depth. Other than the slight differentiation in concentration at the soil surface, the nitrogen contents were quite uniform throughout the entire depth of the profile. This finding suggests that the nitrogen content in soils under turfgrass cultivation were not affected by the amount and frequency of the irrigation water and fertilizer application. 2 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 Soil N Profile (m.c. excluded) (%N) —E3— 2 *-4 «— 5 0 10 20 30 depth of soil (cm) 40 50 Figure 15. Nitrogen content in the soil column 47 Chapter 5 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 5.1 CONCLUSION Based on the experiment and the analysis done in this study, the following findings and conclusions can be made. The first finding is that the amount of available nitrogen present in the leachate in the available forms of nitrate and ammonia is directly proportional to the amount of water being applied to the turfgrass system (see Table TO). However, it was found that the concentration of the nutrients present in the leachate is inversely proportional to the amount of irrigation water applied. Nitrogen in the leachate varied from 6.37% to 226.62% of the amount of nitrogen applied. Table 10. Amount (mg) and Average Concentration (ppm) of Nutrients Found between Fertilizer Applications Amount of nutrients found between fertilizer applications (mg) Irrigation Practice i w , 4-w | W , i W 1W, 1W l i w , l i w 1W,0W Amount Cone. Amount Cone. Amount Cone. Amount Cone. Amount Cone. N0 3-N 1" appl. 16.6 68.0 81.10 73.7 422.69 66.4 850.2 42.3 31.75 67.8 2nd appl. 20.6 147.1 76.04 113.9 388.62 111.4 237.8 96.8 27.32 140.4 3rd appl. 19.6 284.3 51.96 179.4 219.19 113.0 862.9 80.9 22.85 215.5 NH 4-N 1st appL 8.01 45.36 27.86 29.4 254.37 43.08 421.9 36.8 18.13 40.25 2nd appl. 1.72 15.35 5.21 9.23 46.77 11.97 73.8 8.65 1.61 11.92 3rd appL 1.56 24.98 5.01 16.1 46.34 23.12 68.1 17.1 3.11 27.23 P O 4 3 Is' appL 0.59 2.31 2.62 2.15 19.03 2.25 47.7 2.17 1.39 1.86 2nd appl. 0.057 0.53 0.32 0.59 2.51 0.68 6.48 0.97 0.074 0.50 3rd appl. 0.022 0.40 0.12 0.42 0.73 0.41 2.38 0.69 0.033 0.34 The amount and concentration of phosphorus present in the leachate in the available form of orthophosphate were directly proportional to the amount of irrigation water applied 48 (Table 10). Concentrations of the orthophosphate in the leachate were very low throughout the entire experiment. The leaching of phosphorus in the form of orthophosphate in the soil columns ranged from 0.583% to 49.196% depending on the amount of water applied. According to the watering criteria for turfgrass as suggested the GVRD, the amount of P that would be leached out from the City of Vancouver was calculated to be about 2413 kg over the entire growing season (Table 11). Table 11. Possible Amount of Nutrients that could be Resulted from the Leachate in the City of Vancouver area at the End of a Single Turfgrass Growing Season Possible Amount of Nutrients that could be Resulted from the Leachate at the End of Turfgrass Growing Season (kg) Scenario i w , 4-W i w , i w 1W, 1W l i w , l i w 1W, o w Available Nitrogen (NO3-N & NBLt-N) 53,930 194,946 1,088,330 1,918,583 82,680 Phosphorus (PO4 3 ) 529 2,413 17,594 44,624 1,181 The nitrogen content in the grass clippings at the end of the experiment was not significantly different to that at the beginning of the experiment. However, there were noticeable increases in nitrogen content in the clippings after each application of fertilizer. The quality of the turfgrass (in terms of nitrogen content) was independent on the amount of irrigation water applied. The nitrogen content in the soil columns at the end of the experiment showed a similar concentration profile. Nitrogen content in the root zone (0-5cm) was highest in all five sets of soil columns and uniform concentrations were found at depths between 10 cm and 40 cm. This finding concluded that the nitrogen content in the soil is independent on the amounts and the frequencies of irrigation water applied on the turfgrass. 49 Using to the findings from this study and data obtained from the Greater Vancouver Regional District, a total of 194,946kg of nitrogen might be produced in the leachate from the lawn area in the City of Vancouver at the end of each summer. If the amounts of irrigation water were to double or triple, the amount of nitrogen being leached out would increase significantly. The large amount of nitrogen leached from the turfgrass-covered area could have a significant adverse impact on the receiving water bodies. This study suggested that to achieve an acceptable quality turfgrass, no less than the amount of water as determined by the Jensen-Haise method should be applied. However, if quality of the leachate is the benchmark, lesser amount of nutrient would be resulted if irrigated with half of the amount of water required by the turfgrass is used. However, the study showed that this practice would lead to poor growth/quality of the when compared to application of the required water as determined by the Jensen-Haise equation and estimates of the leaching requirement. It was found that the amount of irrigation water applied has a direct impact on the quality (i.e. growth) of the turfgrass. Excessive irrigation (i.e. sets 2 and 5) will not only result in poor growth of turfgrass, but it will also result in higher nitrogen leaching potential. Weekly E T values of turfgrass determined by Jensen-Haise method appear to be appropriate for the Vancouver area. The irrigation interval (or irrigation frequency) of twice per week (i.e. every 3-4 days) as currently regulated by the GVRD is appropriate. 50 5.2 RECOMMENDATIONS The following recommendations are suggested for further study: • Evaluation using a closed system to examine nutrient losses by volatilization. • Cultivation of the turfgrass in a similar experiment conducted from the beginning of April to the end of October to provide conditions more reflective of the normal growing season for turf. • Additional evaluation in a field situation should be undertaken so that wind speed and rainwater components could also be evaluated. • Further research is also recommended to use the topsoil which has been treated with fertilizer before. • Since organic fertilizers are becoming more commonly used, additional research should investigate the impact of organic fertilizer use on the leachate quality and potential groundwater contamination. 51 R E F E R E N C E S A to Z. 1996. Planning Department. 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;i:h/a:i ;:;?:4x ->h ;h/ai •h/ax ::-:h^ :> >:^";:; WW ;;fi/a;; xh7a> ;i;i;:::;:; ;:;n/a;:; ;:;3'^ :? xri/ax 396 5 0 7 :xx:5;36 14-Sep •riVa;.: 5 4 ri/a i^/a-; 2 6 ;;Q;4;- l:6;i; :;ri/d;;; •;:;n/a;; :r^ a':;: ;:;w/^ :; ;:;;6i6;: 5 2 ;:;rt/^ ;:; A 2 :;:^:i:; 388 4.94 •;:;::::^ 9^0 71 Table D-1 Precipitation (mm) - continued 1S77 1378 -197$ 1-980 -1S81 1982 1883 W 1685 1386 1887 1388 198ft 1990 mi 1993 193S 1394 1985 1835 158? aaityav 5-day ayg T-tteyavs 15-Sep 2 n/a n/a n/a nta n/a n/a 0.2 0.2 n/a 1 n/a n/a 9.4 n/a n/a n/a 1.6 n/a 8.8 nta 3.31 3.54 4.65 16-Sep n/a 8 n/a n/a nta n/a 0.9 2.7 12 n/a 2.2 6 0.8 33.2 n/a nte n/a n/a n/a n/a nta 8.23 4.06 5.18 17-Sep 0.8 n/a n /a sriSt; "nta-: nte 0.2 rite? 1.3 ?<>te? ;;rite?; 0.2 n/a :nte tnte;:;: ;:Ste? rite n/a trite;? nte nta :?:;K63??:; 400 :?::::3;7S;:; 18-Sep 1 9 trite? ?ri/a;:;: 0 4 WsW n/a .3.1 :;nte? ::;n/a? ?rite? :;ri/a::;: 1 / 8 ?rite? ;:;nte;:;: trite?: ;;"flte;; n/a- trite:;: .::rite?: 3.2 ?rite?: ??S3S;?? :ii4?25;:?::? 3 /4 19-Sep 25.5 n/a n/a 12.2 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 6.6 n/a n/a n/a 0.2 0.9 nte 0.2 n/a n/a 7.60 5.00 4.68 20-Sep 11.4 0.8 n/a 7 16.6 1 n/a 2 0.6 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 4.6 0.2 n/a n/a 3.2 n/a 4.74 5.28 4.80 21-Sep n/a 10.4 n /a. 0.4 0 2 inte iftte?: nte:: :rite? i n / a . n/a trite? nte tBtet; £$S:i i 'a nte n/a tritett 0.6 n/a 4 15 . . 4.47 4,84 22-Sep 2 6 i ^ S i n/a 3 3 ;:?*?:; ri/a: tnte:; 3 2 n/a ri/i: tnte;;; ?nte;? :trite? :;:rite:;: trite;:; n/a n /a . ?rite?; n/a 15.8 n/a 608 ! ? 5 ; & ? i ? : 5.24 23-Sep 14.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a nta n/a 48.4 n/a 15.2 n/a n/a n/a 13 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 22.75 9.06 7.31 24-Sep n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.5 4.6 n/a nta n/a n/a n/a 1.8 n/a n/a n/a 4.2 0.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a 2.30 8.00 7.55 25-Sep tnte;:; n/a n / a : n/a ?lite? ;;:0|? i n t e t n /a . : trite? t r i t e ! :?2?? ?i:4? ?rite? 0.4 n/a n/a n/a tr i te? i n / S t lilte? nte 4 20 790 :?:?7i46::; 26-Sep .ri/a n/a 2 4 rite - 1 ? t r i t e i 9 2 tiite:;: ?ri7a? ?Ste? 14 : B : S : 10.4 n/a W a - 3.8 nte tnte:: 0.4:. thS;:; n/a 5 70 iWWMi 27-Sep n/a n/a 13.4 n/a 14.9 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 5.4 n/a n/a 8.68 8.73 7.69 28-Sep 0.6 3.2 n/a 4.6 6.8 0.4 n/a n/a n/a 7.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.4 n/a n/a n/a 0.4 n/a n/a 2.98 4.77 7.53 29-Sep :h/a' - 2.4 1.7. 12.8 n/a : •nta n/a n/a n/a.:. i e s i ?#a? nte n/a trite? irite:? nte tnte? n/a 2 3 nte . n/a 560 ??:5i43;?;?; 7.46 30-Sep 13.6. 2 6 n/a n t e : 9 9 nta ?ritet n/a n/a 0 8 jn /a . n/a n/a rite: : rite n/a nte; . ! , 2 . . 3 3 n/a n/a 5.23 : : : : 5.64 • 4.95 1-Oct 1.4 n/a 1 n/a 39.5 4 n/a n/a 2 nte n/a n/a n/a 1.6 n/a n/a n/a 13.2 1.8 n/a n/a 8.06 6.11 5.78 2-Oct n/a n/a n/a n/a 1.6 11 1 n/a 0.8 n/a n/a n/a n/a 3 n/a 0.2 n/a n/a 11.4 0.8 n/a 3.73 5.12 5.71 3-Oct ;:ri/ai:: n/a tr i te? t r i t e? rite ?nte? t i l ! : : n/a ?rite? ?rite? 0 2 n/a n/a 11.8 Itrite-t WM ?nte? nte ri/a 17.6 ?Hte! ??7i48?;?: WwmW 5.96 4-Ocf trite? ?nte:: n /a ..n/a n/a trite;:; :;;nte;;; ?8?4? trite? ?nte? n i •n/a • 0.9 WM :;:rite:: nta n/a ?rite;;; ;?rite;; 228 ?Bte?; 11.63 WWiMW WiSMi 5-Oct n/a n/a n/a nte 12.8 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 2 1.8 nta n/a nta 1.4 0.2 ' n/a n/a n/a 3.64 6.91 6.48 6-Oct 6.8 n/a n/a n/a 14.8 18.6 n/a 2.4 1.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a nta n/a nta n/a n/a 7.4 n/a n/a 8.57 7.01 6.90 7 Oct 0 3 : : n/a n/a ttrite?; 6 2 t i l i t n/a 30.6 trite? n/3 trite?: nte n/a ' nta. . n/a ; :»7a? nte •n/a ' : ?rite? nte n/a 953 . .8.17 7 52 8-Oct 3 4 tr i te? n/a trite?; :17:.5: 0 8 iritei 19 . ?Hte? n/a trite? irite? ..0.4? nta' tn te? ;:Si:4? trite;:; i^te? :;t|:i: trite?: n/a 6 SO: : i : iS-S7i?i /.29 9-Oct n/a 7.3 n/a n/a 1.8 n/a n/a 6.7 0.7 n/a n/a ri/a n/a 7 n/a n/a n/a 0.2 17.2 n/a n/a 5.84 6.81 7.60 10-Oct n/a 2 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 15.5 19.2 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.8 6.6 4.8 n/a 8.15 7.72 7.69 11-Oct :::ri/a;:; n/a 0 4 ri/a ;:;rite;:; n/a 0.5 4.2 ?f>te? ?nte? 0 2 9 10 nte nte n/a ;.nte;: 8 0 8 n/a 3.98 6.80 6.60 12-Oct 4.2 ?rite? n/a 15.6 ?rite? trite? ?rira.:;: 5 8 0 2 ?nte? n/a n/a tn te? trite;:; ?rite? tB i S? ?ii?S? ?nte;;; tn te? 5 n/a 5 84 606 6 9? 13-Oct n/a n/a n/a 1.2 n/a n/a .0.2 0.6 9.6 n/a n/a 25. 14 n/a n/a n/a n/a 8.6 3.8 12.4 n/a 8.38 6.44 6.89 14-Oct n/a n/a 0.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.2 12.7 n/a n/a 24.6 n/a 7.1 n/a n/a 2.8 4.4 n/a 17.4 n/a 8.70 7.01 6.77 5,6 n/a trite? n/a trite? n/a n /a Wm tr i te? :8te? 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J 6 | 11.4 nte 26,8 trite;; n/a nte 15.15 : 7.75 7,83 1-Nov 24 6 n/a n/a ;:;??7? WM n/a WW: 23:2 30.7 n/a n/a W4W trite? n/a Itnte;:; 9.8 0 2 ?'nte? n/a nta n/a 12.71 8.92 8.91 2-Nov n/a 15.8 2.6 0.4 n/a n/a 23.6 21.4 8 n/a n/a 23 2.2 n/a n/a 1.2 11.9 n/a n/a 1.2 n/a 10.12 9.60 8.80 3-Nov nta 32.1 1.8 26.4 1 6.8 11.8 1.7 3.6 n/a 0.6 8 65 9.2 3.2 1.8 2.2 10.4 n/a 12.2 n/a 11.64 11.14 9.48 4 Nov Wm rite ?ri/a? 12.6 n/a 9.8 Wm 4.3 . trite;:; : nte'- t:«te;: 4 6 6 32.9. .14.8 nte 156 ?2':6? :?n'te?: t r i t e? 10 08 WWmeW 9.96 5-Nov 2 i ;t;:3?? ?S?2:? ?ri>a?;: 22 8 2 tnte?; 11 3 2 •n/a- 52 8 ?rite? ?rite;:; 8 4 n/a n/a ::nte tfiS;:; ?ri>a?? 10.93 11.09 10.96 6-Nov 11.9 7.5 n/a 30.6 n/a 2.6 6.8 4.9 4.2 0.4 n/a n/a 13.8 2.5 n/a 20.6 n/a 10.6 2.6 1.4 n/a 8.60 10.27 11.32 7-Nov n/a 20 n/a 9.4 n/a 4 3.2 3.1 1.6 n/a n/a 0.2 0.2 13 7.2 11.2 n/a 4.8 31.6 11.4 nte 8.64 9.98 10.39 6-Nov n/a n/a trite?: 3 6 .ri/a . n/a tr i te? Wm 2 i?i i?: n /a. 15.6 15.4 :;?si? ;:;?2;:? 0 6 nte 151 14.4 WW snte;;;: i t M * : ? ? 9.20 9 68 9-Nov 21 3 n/a :;:.rite? 14.1. t r i te? :rite 8 8 ?*ite? 3 inte? 2 8 0.6 18.6 3 i2?* 3 8 Wi/aW n/a. ??£:?: 0 6 i'ritei: n/a 10.21 ; 9.22 9 69 10-Nov 3.8 n/a n/a 3.3 2 n/a 6.8 18.8 n/a n/a 21.6 13.6 15 34.6 n/a 6 n/a n/a 20.8 nta n/a 13.30 9.70 9.93 11-Nov 2.8 n/a n/a n/a 16 n/a 4.4 0.2 n/a 3.4 7.4 10.6 0.2 1.5 16.4 2 n/a 5.2 5.6 0.2 n/a 5.42 9.06 9.26 12-Nov its?? ?nte tnte? ri/a': 16.4. 6.2 5.6 13:8 nte. ??it?: mm Mai tSot; :18.3. :.n/a ;:;rite;:; ?nte? mm 37 8 nte 11 43 9 62 9.33 13-Nov ?5:8? trite:; n/a trite?; 4 8 .nte 8 2 1.8 trite? 16.8 WM :;:nte:;: 6 2 :?:9:;?: 3 2 :::nte:;; ?6:4? 3 8 wsw ?e?2:? n/a 6 94 9 46 9 10 14-Nov 5.9 n/a n/a 1.8 11 n/a 39.2 n/a n/a 0.8 nta n/a n/a 0.6 n/a n/a 0.2 12.4 13.2 0.7 n/a 8.58 9.13 9.09 15-Nov 8.3 .6.4 0.6 n/a 10.2 7.5 29.9 n/a 10.4 3.2 24.6 2.4 0.6 1.8 n/a 1.6 6 3.2 6.8 0.2 n/a 7.28 7.93 9.02 16-Ncv 0,4 " 3 19,4 4 2 0 4 28 23 n/a fite : mm ?#a? ?6:S: 10 4 13,6 13.6 2 4 ?rite:? i : i i ! 4 2 13.5 iriiSI; 9,35 i? ;8 i7 l ; t i 8 90 17-Nov trite? tn te? ?i :S? 12 . 228 5 2 21.1 6 4 .0.?: i t i i i ; :;:ri/a;: ift*:: ?nte;:; 6 3 4.8 2 8 iri^i? 144 ;:S:S::: n/a ;:i:7?2-7;:::?: ::::788.:.. 8 04 18-Nov. n/a 2.8 6.4 40.4 4 3 10 1.2 n/a 18 0.4 5.4 4.2 n/a 0.6 11.8 n/a 1.4 1.7 3 n/a 7.14 7.92 8.28 19-Nov n/a n/a 0.6 n/a 11.7 3.6 24.8 8.2 4.4 30.6 n/a 23 2.8 16.6 50.6 11 n/a 31.2 n/a n/a n/a 16.85 9.58 9.06 20-Nov n/a ri/a' n/a 21 3 m i Wm I i i 0.2 i i ? 16.2 0.2 7 2 21 .7. :0.6: | t t B ? 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3,9 1.9 -0 85 -1.95 -2.25 -1.4 3.65 28 1.7 -1.1 -1.55 4 85 2.9 -1.1 " 5.1 9.8 -0.4 3 7 0.25 7 3.35 0.35 555 -0.95 5.2 -1.1 6 85 3 85 2.24 4-Jan 2.5 6.1 0.3 -1.1 -0.55 -4.45 -1.1 3.6 475 -0.55 1.65 -125 2,75 4,2 -4.85 62 9.95 2.4 2.25 5.75 0.25 5.7 6.25 -3.35 4 4 -1.95 8.5 -1.4 2.1 3 85 2.10 5-Jan 1.1 3.6 1.35 -1 35 2.75 -3.65 -25 4.75 3.1 -0.55 3.9 -165 1.9 5.15 -8.1 5.7 6.8 5.95 4.75 3.75 2.25 3 7.55 -6 2 -7.15 5.8 -0.5 -0,1 2.6 1.54 6-Jan 08 22 2.5 -0 25 3.05 -4.75 -25 4,15 42 -0.55 2.05 -1 -1.85 7.3 -5 6 69 7.65 2.7 7.25 2.75 2.25 195 7.75 -3.85 0.7 -8 85 4,35 -0.2 5.7 34 1.67 7-Jan 1.35 225 1.1 25 2.8 -4.2 -1.1 1.1 3 65 0.85 3.1 -14 -2.45 3.75 -2.35 7.3 7.95 4.2 8 5 1.75 3.25 -04 8.05 -2.8 0.15 -7.35 5.8 -0.55 10.75 5.95 2,12 8-Jan 2.5 0.55 36 33 3 35 -3.85 -03 1.65 4 45 0.3 3.9 .0.7 -2.1 4.65 2.6 565 735 33 7.75 1.5 2.5 -03 7.15 -1.75 1.75 -1.55 53 5.55 9.05 58 2,77 9-Jan 3.9 1.35 4.45 5 3 9 •3.05 - -165 .1.15 4.15 -0.55 4.9 -0.45 -4.8 7.4 4.15 625 6.8 2 9 5 4.5 4.5 225 5 95 0.8 605 -2.25 6.1 585 8.15 66 335 10-Jan 1.65 1.4 1.9 335 085 -1.4 -2.5 -2.2 4.7 1.4 52 14 .2.75 62 2.1 825 6.55 0.2 11 825 5.5 1.2 3.75 2.3 7.7 •5.4 5.65 7.45 7.95 595 325 11-Jan 1.4 0.8 3.05 -835 1.9 2.25 -1.65 •1.4 2.8 1.4 4.4 26 0.7 5.6 2.85 92 53 1.25 8.75 9.5 3 245 1.4 4.55 4 85 -6 35 7.35 7.1 8 4,75 2.98 12-Jan 4.75 0 3.6 -6 65 1.1 5.85 1.65 .03 1 35 1.65 395 245 3.7 8.05 2.25 89 4.7 4.95 7.25 6.75 4.5 545 5 7.35 3.1 -67 8.55 6.55 4.7 1.6 3.54 13-Jan 7.75 .0.55 1.95 -6.1 -1.1 7.5 555 39 3 05 3.35 345 245 225 635 4 95 5 3.05 3.55 85 3.75 4.75 3.3 64 6.6 525 -5.2 9.55 7.15 7 06 380 14-Jan 11.1 1.1 4.2 -0 85 0.55 8.35 8.05 2.5 4,15 4.7. 5.7 -1 44 585 625 3.7 0.65 4.35 7.25 2 8.25 0.5 7 7.2 6.3 .2.3 745 6 8 •0,15 4.38 15-Jan 805 0 0.55 2.2 3.35 8.9 9,7 . 1.4 7.2 6.4 64 ' -145 5.75 2.15 3 05 3.1 0.3 6 7 -1.25 5 3.9 5.7 5.5 82 0.75 7.4 68 66 .0 05 4.36 16-Jan 525 -0.55 -0.25 5 4.2 6.95 8.9 3.6 89 8.05 6.1 1.2 5.95 4.45 3.65 4,95 0.5 4.55 6 0.5 5.25 8.15 4.3 5.8 49 -1.4 8 5.8 43 -0.5 4 48 17- Jan 3.9 -14 -0.8 555 3.05 5.25 5.55 5.25 7.2 9.45 6.25 3.75 2.15 6.9 3.2 8.45 1.8 5.5 6 0.25 4.25 6.1 2.5 6.55 1.35 -1.8 6.45 4.05 1.25 5.25 4.17 18-Jan 5.55 -2.25 •2.5 7.75 1.1 555 58 6.1 5 83 7.25 1.9 0.5 9,1 3 25 10.15 -1.75 6.95 7 3 4.25 4.75 1.5 4.75 1.45 -1.55 5.05 7.45 1.35 645 4.27 19-Jan 78 -4.45 4.75 6.65 2.75 3.9 3 05 6.4 28 6.65 7.95 395 -0.05 9 85 2.1 7,05 -1.15 6.95 7.5 2.25 5 4.5 2 2.55 4.9 1.85 5.45 7.3 1.05 89 434 20-Jan 10.85 -4.45 8.65 28 6.65 4.2 39 5.3 22 4.75 7.65 58 1.35 117 3 35 5 65 .1 5.85 5.5 2,75 7 4,65 24 0.2 4.6 4,05 4.55 5.6 1.25 74 4.54 21-Jen 9.45 -6.4 8.65 2.5 6.65 3.9 1.4 3 65 335 6.4 6.5 4 95 1.65 12.8 0.45 5 3.25 2.75 6 2.75 5.5 3.6 48 0.45 6.1 2 85 7.4 2.15 -0.2 7.45 4.19 22-Jan 7.8 -945 7.2 1.1 4.45 6.35 3,9 . 5 525 2.5 525 1.1 2.55 10.4 0.05 325 5.5 3.55 6 25 5 5.25 2.8 625 -0.55 4.6 13 8.85 1.8 •0,7 6 35 3.77 23-Jan 10 -7.5 83 3 05 1.7 8.05 58 7.25 42 0.8 3 1 2.05 1.6 7.6 4 5.95 5.65 1.65 7 4.75 3.75 -0.65 3.75 0 7.9 08 9.5 2.3 0.95 3 35 3 89 24-Jan 5 85 -8.05 5.85 33 -2.8 6.4 7,2 6.1 1 95 1.1 4.85 2 3.15 6.3 4.7 7,45 7.05 1.1 475 6 3 25 1.2 4 45 0.65 8.35 385 6.85 2.3 1.6 1.1 360 25-Jan 25 -8 05 5.25 3.1 -445 2.8 5 4.15 3.9 2.5 485 2,1 2.25 4.9 5.1 9.1 8.2 2.6 525 5.5 4.75 3.1 4 9 1.75 8,7 7.9 6.95 3.95 -1.1 -3.1 348 26-Jan 22 -5.55 4.45 4.75 .64 1.1 305 1.95 6.4 0.55 525 0.7 -0.9 5.4 6.75 87 6.1 0,75 5,75 4.25 4.25 5 1.65 0.65 7.05 6.6 7.4 7.15 -0.75 -52 2.97 27-Jan -39 -9.75 .5.25 7.5 -6.1 2.2 5 -0 55 805 1.1 455 1.3 •3.8 3.95 34 82 68 2.35 7.75 5.75 7.25 5 3.2 -1.35 9.15 6.5 6.15 7.1 -045 -2 85 2.97 28-Jan -3 6 •10 85 2.8 6 65 -4 45 4.45 6.1 0 8.9 0.8 3.7 005 -5.25 3.9 3 65 7 9 0.9 5 25 6.5 10 5.15 5.1 06 9.9 7,45 3.75 55 -53 365 304 29-Jan -25 -8.9 3.35 64 -2.2 4.7 555 -0 85 7.5 1.35 3.1 -1.15 •5.75 4.75 5.1 605 5.95 2.45 55 825 5 25 7.15 35 • 1.1 9.45 7.65 1.75 82 -7 3 6.95 301 30-Jan 0 -6.4 3 35 7.2 -2.8 3.6 1.7 1.65 7.2 2.25 1 -1.85 -355 4.9 6.45 6.9 2.7 -0,1 7,5 7.75 2.5 6.25 23 235 9.95 2.75 2.55 9.95 -6.65 9.75 3.04 31-Jan 1.7 -53 6.4 86 03 4.45 3 05 2.8 3.9 3.6 0.45 -145 1.2 52 425 6 35 2.4 0.65 10 5 -1.25 -0.45 -0 25 4.95 11.35 5.55 1.3 10.9 -335 55 3.26 1-Feb 555 1.95 5 6.95 -2.25 6.65 585 1.1 1,1 6.95 0.25 -1 35 5 35 4.4 3 35 5.7 4.3 1.95 8.25 5.1 -4 -7.3 1.55 9 7.6 7.2 0.7 9.5 -1.95 7.2 352 2-Feb 665 1 65 5.25 4.7 -1 4 58 4.15 0.85 335 3.35 3.95 0.9 8.45 5.35 4 35 3 35 4.85 0.45 58 4.4 -1.25 -9.1 5 05 11.45 7.95 5 65 1.25 6.05 -2.95 2.95 3.44 3-Feb 6.9 2.25 4.45 2.2 -1.1 1.35 5.8 0.25 53 4.15 6 55 -0.3 7 3.4 2.85 2.95 4.55 -1.55 7.9 6.2 1 -6.55 53 7.6 10.35 5.55 1.9 6.65 -2.5 4 3.48 4-Feb 5 2.5 3.05 3 65 -0.55 2.5 5.85 0.3 1.95 6.1 65 3,7 5.65 3.15 .0 55 3.75 3.9 .0 3 5.35 7.8 2.75 -5.1 22 10,7 7.3 6.9 2.15 5.55 2.85 1.35 3.53 5-Feb 3.35 1,1 2.5 225 2.5 2.25 3.9 •0 3 0 85 6.35 9.25 4 45 5 05 2.95 0.4 2.65 5.2 -0.45 5.2 9.55 3.25 -2.85 4.95 7.2 5.65 7,75 1.25 6 6.05 1 65 3 66 6-Feb 2.5 .0 85 6,1 0.25 3.9 1.95 2,2 •0 25 1.15 8.9 10 33 7.15 2.25 3.45 4.4 5.35 0.3 4.75 9.1 4.75 -1.8 1.8 56 3.55 10.35 3 35 8.15 7.1 1.3 400 7-Feb 33 1.7 8.05 08 5.55 1.95 3.9 0.55 39 8.9 9.05 325 7.05 1 05' 2.05 5.9 8.05 2.55 3.3 7.85 6 -2.05 22 7.5 4 6.35 0.05 59 5.75 5.2 4 32 8-Feb 4,15 3.9 4.7 3.05 5.25 2.75 42 .2.5 7.5 8.05 8.45 4 55 48 2.25 1.9 2.95 9.4 0.4 2 4 7.6 4.75 -1.25 14 7.9 5 3.7 -2.45 4.9 6.6 3.65 400 9-Feb 4.45 3.9 5.25 4.7 3.35 2.5 25 08 3.65 7.25 6.1 65 4,2 3.2 -2.35 4.7 7.8 0.65 3.15 9.6 7.75 0.15 3.95 535 6.7 7 85 2.25 4 35 56 1.65 4.25 10-Feb 6.15 835 6.1 8 65 4.45 3.9 2.8 2,5 5 7.8 38 425 22 -2.2 1.25 7.65 7.2 1.3 2.4 10.55 7 1.25 8.15 4.8 6.45 7.5 1.3 305 2.15 4.3 4.60 11-Feb 4.7 635 6.1 7,2 5.85 4.45 2.75 08 39 8.9 1.9 4.75 1.5 -1.2 2.6 8.6 6.7 4.8 375 10 8 0.25 55 7.9 7.45 4.1 2.95 4 65 .4.05 28 4.74 12-Feb 5 335 6.95 725 4.45 3.65 4.7 2.5 5 10.8 2.3 6 1.8 3.35 4.6 9.1 9.1 4.05 3.4 8.75 8.25 0.5 1.15 8.25 6.2 3.95 65 25 55 605 5.17 13-Feb 5 2.2 7.25 86 4.7 6.4 36 4.45 635 6.1 4.2 535 345 7.05 53 86 7.75 4.25 42 8,25 7.5 1.6 -1.25 7.8 6.85 5.05 4.65 -0 8 56 5,15 5,17 14-Feb 3 9 3.35 8.05 835 3.1 5.25 58 2.75 525 6.1 5.8 2.15 245 855 7.2 735 6 5.45 09 7.5 55 0.45 -4 25 10.45 8.75 4,05 5.45 -2 3 5.75 6,75 486 15-Feb 1.95 5 7.5 6 35 4.75 6.1 6,1 1.1 5 7.8 3.95 33 085 9 8 8 7.75 5.15 6.25 035 7 6.5 1.3 -1.2 9.6 5.5 1.45 82 1.9 5.1 995 508 16-Feb - 2.5 6.1 86 6.1 5.8 7.5 665 1.65 555 9.75 445 3 35 205 10.75 8 9 8.1 4.05 4.55 08 7.15 4.75 2.55 -145 7.3 4.1 •0.45 7.75 43 835 8.1 5.32 17-Feb 3.6 36 64 3 65 3.6 6.1 4 45 1.7 4.7 8.05 4.45 4 45 6.4 7,9 845 8 43 5.25 -1.05 4 3 7 1.15 -565 7.15 5.55 -1.15 6.1 7.2 9 65 89 4 81 .18-Feb 7.2 385 6.65 635 7.2 5 3 35 3.9 585 8.35 6.45 54 7.85 8.35 4.25 6.8 68 545 -1.85 5.3 5.25 225 -4 25 5.25 6.1 -1.55 5.35 7.55 11 6.2 5,19 19-Feb 10.85 3.8 7.25 4.75 8.35 5 6.1 4.15 4.15 8.9 8.35 43 8.7 8.15 8 55 555 7.95 3.4 -3 6 6.1 6 265 -695 8.55 36 1.05 4.8 9 95 7.8 6.3 5.48 20-Feb 9.15 3 05 5.55 3 65 5.3 4.45 64 3 35 4 45 10.85 6.5 4 55 5.1 6.1 56 7 45 7.65 4.05 -0.05 6.7 6.75- 545 2.25 6.15 3.8 15 5.3 96 6.3 6.9 5 53 21-Feb 9.45 2.2 7,25 5 6.4 4.45 585 1.65 5 25 8.9 8.9 1.7 4 65 5.95 2.85 6 05 6 65 5.15 1.25 6 85 6,75 6.15 4.15 4.65 7.95 0.75 3.95 6.9 5.2 5,95 5 29 22-Feb 8.65 3,9 7.5 53 5.55 8.3 3 35 5.3 8.9 8.05 9.3 1.5 3.95 5.95 2.7 10 3 6.55 2.25 6.25 5 8.1 4.8 5.3 7 0.45 3.85 6 2.15 36 5.42 23-Feb 10.25 4,15 6.95 6.1 4.7 8.65 2.8 6.7 4.75 5.3 6.5 2.05 4,7 8.9 2 11.75 4 25 7.35 7.6 6,15 5 8.35 3.75 3.9 5.65 0.9 3.45 6.25 2.95 4.65 5.48 24-Feb 9.7 4.15 5.55 5.3 3.35 7.2 5 4.45 39 3 65 4 39 8,55 6,95 2,2 8.55 5 95 7,75 9.7 5.95 7.75 4.35 7.15 3.4 8.4 -1.25 0.2 7.35 3 3,75 5.33 25-Feb 6.95 4.2 6 65 4.15 4.2 78 4.7 2.5 3.35 4.7 6.5 5.4 8.95 5.7 5.15 8.85 6.4 4,95 12 3.2 7.25 3.05 4.95 5.55 9 .0 05 0.65 5 35 2.3 4.65 5.30 28-Feb 78 3.9 5 0 4.45 6.9 3 35 5,55 2.2 3 65 4.55 6.65 1035 74 4.5 82 5,1 6,2 10,25 4.85 825 3.1 3.15 6.15 605 0.1 4.85 4.75 1.45 6.75 525 27-Feb 10 3.9 7.2 -0.25 6.65 7.8 3.35 53 2.5 6 65 4,15 4.6 9 65 66 4.25 5.8 7.05 3 25 11,3 5,15 7.75 4.95 4.1 5.95 7.25 4.2 7.95 2.8 1.5 4.95 5.54 28-Feb 9.2 5.55 6 35 -0.8 7.5 7.75 5.55 64 1.4 7.8 4.75 505 9.95 7.75 8 5.05 6.75 7 65 10.75 2.35 9.75 2.85 4.7 6,55 82 6.4 9.7 3.15 3.3 3.25 609 29-Feb 10.8 nte nta n/a 3.9 n/a n/a n/a 0.85 n/a n/a n/a 8.7 n/a n/a n/a 8 n/a n/a n/a 9.5 nta n/a n/a 10.3 n/a n/a n/a 1.5 n/a 6 69 1-Mat 1085 4.45 36 -4.2 2.75 6.1 5 85 7.5 0.55 4.75 3.1 3.15 92 6 65 7.15 5.05 785 5.95 8.75 3 25 9 -0.75 4.4 1.35 905 5.9 11.2 3.8 2.65 5 5.13 2-Mar 945 7.75 28 2.2 3.9 585 4.45 8.6 -1.1 335 3.05 6.15 7.75 6.15 64 7.15 6 56 8.85 6,75 7.5 005 4.75 2.25 995 825 10.9 2.55 3 05 6.15 5.55 3-Mar 89 6.1 08 28 4.15 7.25 2.5 5.85 -3 35 58 2.35 6.4 7.45 55 6.25 6.5 5.1 2.75 8.35 9 7 -0 55 6.4 545 925 83 7.6 3.5 1.65 4.6 5.12 4-Mar 8.9 3.6 305 1.65 4 45 805 4.2 3 05 -1.4 555 3.55 7.8 345 6 5 7.85 4.95 38 82 11.75 7 1 85 9.55 2.3 10.15 895 8.8 3 05 4.35 3 5.42 5-Mar 86 5 445 1.65 5 665 4 45 3 65 0 7.5 5.35 9.4 4,1 4 44 5.65 69 5.65 5.95 11.25 6.25 6.1 6.6 1.5 10.75 9 5 4.7 1 3.5 62 5.52 6-Mar 6.1 5.3 7.5 3.35 4.2 89 1.65 36 1.65 4.7 8.05 11.7 .2.7 5.1 3.6 8.7 8.7 5.15 9.05 10 7.5 56 7.1 4.1 9.6 12 2.85 2.5 7.15 6.45 6.09 7-Mar 525 3.85 8.1 4.75 335 7.5 .0 8 3.6 4.75 6.95 8.75 7.7 3.7 6 65 3.7 8.6 925 3.55 11.15 7 6.75 4.45 4.1 56 7.9 8.7 4.6 4.1 6.75 7.65 5.93 8-Mar 5.25 4.45 5.85 2.2 6.1 635 •0.55 6.1 2.8 5.85 9.85 5.15 3,75 8.5 6.95 9.9 9.5 4,2 88 7.25 . 6 6.55 4.05 4.7 6.5 7.5 5.2 54 8.45 4.25 5.90 9-Mar 4.45 3.9 4,15 2.75 8.1 7.25 4 45 5.55 4.75 6.1 6.25 6.2 6.4 9.45 8.6 12.05 10.95 4.75 9.1 95 6.75 6 4.25 6.45 6.2 525 6.6 11.25 10.1 7.85 6.85 10-Mar 7.8 4.15 6,4 5.3 • 9.15 7.2 7.5 36 6.1 5 4.25 8.65 7,1 83 5.75 9.55 9.95 4.05 8.85 8.5 6 9.15 5.55 4.35 6.55 5.25 745 10.25 11.45 5.95 6.97 11-Mar 6.4 3.05 5.8 5.55 9.7 5 85 86 4.7 3.6 7.5 6.85 8.05 4.9 9.15 5.45 7.95 7.85 4.35 9.25 9.25 4.25 9 65 3.55 2,2 6,5 59 7.25 10.1 10.5 4.2 6 60 12-Mar 7 25 4.15 8.05 6.65 9.45 3.9 6.95 3.9 5.55 39 5.15 6.35 4.8 9,15 3 85 9.05 7.75 4,7 8,75 10 6.25 8.25 4.1 5.05 7.85 6.1 75 7.6 7.3 4.3 6.45 13-Mar 6 65 33 10.25 5.25 10.55 4.7 5 5 2.8 39 6 7.35 4.6 9.95 56 8.05 6.55 5.1 78 9.75 6.75 7 4.3 58 7.95 6 10.3 8.2 6.6 4.2 6.51 14-Mar 6.7 42 9.45 5 8.6 4.15 3.9 4 45 5 3 35 5.7 9.85 3.35 9 65 4.15 8.5 7.55 6 45 7.9 7.75 7 6.6 5.5 5.15 805 7.2 8.65 10.9 8.4 2,75 6,53 15-Mar 7.8 53 7.75 4.7 915 6.4 7.5 3.6 44 4.45 53 8.5 5 8 65 3.25 7.55 8 545 48 7.75 7 4.45 6.4 48 9 5.85 8.7 9.7 8.8 2.05 6.40 16-Mar 7.25 6.9 6 35 3.35 12.75 6,1 10.25 4.75 8.05 3.9 74 6.9 4.05 8 05 34 7.2 9 35 7.85 7.15 7.5 7.5 5.5 6.9 4.9 1035 6.25 6.55 7.75 5.2 4.85 6 81 17-Mar 665 835 5.3 3.35 11.1 2.8 6.4 4.7 8.9 4.15 8.8 6.6 4.35 7 4,2 7.55 7.95 7.6 7 7.25 8 5.1 9.75 42 96 6.2 5.65 9.9 82 7.05 6.79 18-Mar 6.1 6.95 4.7 3.05 10.85 5 5 . 6.4 6.95 58 945 8.1 5 25 10,15 5.5 10.45 86 8 7.1 6.75 9 6.25 10.4 6.4 7.25 7.15 6.8 11.2 5.95 9,7 7.34 19-Mar 7.5 7.8 5 85 4.15 865 6 65 6.65 525 5 6.1 8.6 7.6 7 83 54 8.15 8.6 695 8.75 5,75 11 6.4 7,55 8.15 8 45 7.45 4.6 8.15 8.95 10,75 7.34 20-Mar 1025 555 8 65 5 6.9 665 4.7 42 5 5 86 7.95 7.4 86 5.95 7.4 97 7.05 11.25 7.5 8.5 5.7 10.75 7,4 7.55 8.9 6.05 9.2 8 9 8.2 748 21-Mar 10 585 7.5 3.6 6.65 555 5 4.45 5 85 665 8.75 8,1 605 10,75 4,55 7.85 7.5 52 9.05 6.25 7 25 8.7 6.6 5.35 8 35 8.1 4.1 7.9 8 6 4 95 6.64 22-Mar 11.1 6.65 635 4.2 7.8 555 635 6.4 6.1 8.6 10.25 9.5 67 95 5.6 9.7 825 5 7 875 5.75 6.45 6.45 4.6 7,75 92 3.75 4.9 7.95 6.75 7.10 23-Mer 945 5.8 9.2 8.05 5.8 585 6,1 5,25 3.65 6.1 10.55 9.1 68 925 7.5 9.75 63 53 5.8 9 7.75 5.6 5.55 6.3 7.75 9.35 4.8 5.8 6 65 7.05 7.11 24-Mar 805 5.55 6.1 5.85 3.6 6.7 6.95 42 5.3 6 35 96 8.75 5.8 1095 8.5 7.4 7.25 4 8 9.5 55 5.7 4.25 7.9 8 45 5.8 4 35 5.8 4.15 7 6.58 25-Mar 7.5 7.5 6.4 445 3.05 8.9 6.9 4 45 5.3 61 9.45 6.7 56 11.1 10.45 8.25 5 38 65 7.75 525 7.7 5,1 73 8.5 5.7 5.85 4.15 3.1 9.6 6.58 26-Mar 6.1 9.45 6,4 3.05 3.35 5.3 9.75 28 5 5 85 8.4 7 4.5 9,15 5 65 9.6 6.5 4,75 83 7.75 6.75 7.7 525 5.25 10.5 5,15 7 35 5.5 5.5 7.35 6.50 27-Mar 7.5 9.45 5 85 5 5 6 65 10.55 3 35 5.3 5 9 05 5 65 6.55 7.65 4.9 7.9 8.25 5.1 10 05 6 6.75 7.8 6.6 5 7.8 6.8 9.35 6.2 9.6 5.05 6.86 28-Mar 6.1 8.9 8.1 5.85 6.1 64 8.6 5.55 6.1 4.45 8.4 5.3 5.8 8.35 6.25 6.9 8.25 7.65 9 05 6.25 4 5.3 7 95 6 25 5.65 6.85 9.3 8 5.2 6 85 6.79 29-Mar 6.65 10 7.5 8.35 6.4 64 9.15 5.85 5.55 5.55 9.35 68 6.15 6.2 5.85 7.45 7.15 5.55 8.35 7.5 5.75' 7.2 7,15 68 7.3 7.75 11.35 8.8 6.8 7,15 7.26 30-Mar 3.9 136 8.9 6.95 7.75 7.25 8.6 5.8 6.65 6 65 9 7.45 4.5 5.9 4 05 8 8.05 5,7 8.3 8 65 6 8.65 9 35 12.15 8 05 10.5 10.4 48 9.95 7.71 31-Mar 5 7.5 7.8 5.85 9 45 6.95 7,5 4,15 5.3 8.35 675 6.7 6.2 7.6 46 8.15 9.55 86 5 65 10 8 7.15 10.55 9.4 9.85 7.15 9.75 10.9 8.1 7.75 7.68 1-Apr 7.2 6 65 9.15 7.5 6.1 6.35 6.4 53 3.85 7.8 7.8 4,45 7,95 6 65 5.9 6.1 7.65 10.45 8.15 12.75 85 6.1 9.5 9 10.4 7 35 10.2 855 7.75 4.9 7.55 2-Apr 945 3.9 7.5 7.8 4 45 75 7.2 525 5 25 6.95 8 45 7.2 8 6,75 78 7 9.15 805 7,4 14.75 8.25 6.1 10.1 7.85 14.05 825 10.7 9.7 74 6,15 7.95 3-Apr 945 5 6.95 6.65 6 65 9.15 8.05 36 8.05 9.45 1085 6.55 10.1 74 4 45 745 8.75 5 95 905 10.5 6 6.3 82 6.7 11.35 10.5 10.7 106 6.95 7.45 803 4-Apr 865 6.4 6 65 86 89 10 7.8 555 835 7.75 6.7 73 11 6 55 56 7.15 745 64 85 10.75 6.75 7.45 7.95 85 7,55 8.25 9.7 1005 10.7 4,7 7.92 5-Apr 805 6.9 7.5 9.15 11.1 9.15 8.05 4,15 9,15 114 7 45 9.95 10.4 8,1 525 82 78 8,15 93 11 4.75 7.95 9.7 9 5 7.1 7.75 885 725 11.7 605 836 6-Apr 805 6.65 7.2 8.6 555 6,7 7.75 5 9.75 12.2 6.9 9.9 6.9 7.7 7 9.85 7.45 8 9 8,75 10 7.75 10.75 8.75 64 6.75 7.3 7.45 8 35 11.55 7.15 810 7-Apr 7.5 6.95 4,7 6 35 5 7.2 8.1 64 9.45 136 805 7.95 6.2 6 65 8 9.2 7.1 11.4 • 12 8.75 65 8.7 905 6,5 6.05 8.55 9.05 10.5 16 86 834 8-Apr 8 35 86 5.3 6.95 4 45 86 8.05 585 8.6 8 65 9 7 25 8.5 8 15 53 6.5 7.5 10.15 11.65 9.25 65 7.65 88 585 62 106 8.5 925 145 95 8,13 9-Apr 10 86 10.55 585 25 9.7 8.9 7.2 10 86 94 6.7 10.55 6.75 7,1 6 5.5 11.4 7.85 8 7 8.5 98 745 7.15 9.4 11.3 9 12.15 7.15 8 33 10-Apr 78 9.15 7.5 53 3.6 10.25 8.05 6.95 10.85 6.35 106 7 7.8 5.9 85 4.3 6.75 10.9 7.85 10 9 25 12.85 9 35 5.4 7.85 83 9.3 7.5 10.75 9,1 8.17 11-Apr 6.1 9.75 7.2 4.7 3.6 11.4 8.05 8 35 7.8 6.95 7.5 6 05 7.15 5 55 7,15 52 6.65 11.05 5 65 7.5 8.75 10.55 13.45 5.75 7.9 9.65 11.9 6.15 9 8 4 7.83 12-Apr 4,75 11.1 6.1 8.35 4.7 10 55 5.85 8,1 6.7 8.65 6 35 6,15 14,5 3.7 7.6 6 65 7,9 11.65 7,1 7,5 12 9.95 10.4 8.65 10.65 8 9.55 63 965 9.75 8.30 13-Apr 4 45 8.9 7.8 9.15 6 35 10.3 7.5 7.2 6.95 7.8 6,6 935 12,2 6.45 4.95 7 45 9 10 35 7,9 10.5 12.5 10.6 10.25 9.3 12 6 45 9.15 8.65 10.75 10.55 8.71 14-Apr S.3 6.4 10,55 10.3 6.65 9.45 13.1 6.65 3.6 5 55. 6 15 6 85 10.3 7.95 58 7.7 13.25 9,75 8.9 11,5 12 12,15 11.35 - 9.2 13.7 9.9 7.9 8.1 12.7 8.55 9.04 15-Apr 6.1 8.05 8.9 7.5 6.1 8.05 10.25 9,15 5.85 58 8 35 6,15 10.35 9 85 56 8.7" 14.15 96 8,75 10,25 12.5 9.75 12 • 9.2 12.4' 106 10.7 7.15 13 10.2 9.17 16-Apr 5.55 9,2 9,15 5.55 5.25 6.65 8.9 8 05 6.4 6.65 6 95 ' 6 55 925 10 605 9.25 9.65 . 11 6.95 10.75 11.75 8.3 ' 14.3 10.15 13.75 10.3 10.85 8.45 11.8 13,1 9.02 17-Apr 7.25 83 10.3 7.8 53 86 6.05 8 6 5.8 5.3 81 7,85 10.85 7.35 6 85 10.5 7.75 7.95 9.6 8.5 9.5 9.65 13.8 11.05 11.8. 11.8 12.6 8.2 10.65 9.3 8.96 18-Apr 6.1 7.8 ' 10 8.6 6.1 6.65 945 8 9 5.55 6.95 10.55 6 11.55 8.4 66 11.1 10.4 7,55 805 7,25 10 1225 9 8 10.25 11 5 9.25 14.8 8.45 8.95 8.2 8.90 19-Apr 5 8 6.95 8.05 8.9 8.65 7.25 6.95 7.5 805 '6.35 9 9 64 10.1 11.35 565 114 9.15 7.25 84 7.5 10.5 1345 10.85 11 10.1 96 14.35 7.65 10.25 7.35 8.90 20-Apr 64 7,5 8.1 92 7.2 6.95 835 61 7.75 7.2 8.75 5.9 8.9 9.8 785 11.8 10.15 52 10,1 7.75 13 1095 12.45 11.45 11.1 13.35 11.1 8.65 10.1 10,75 9.13 21-Apr 5 85 10 8.35 7.5 665 9.45 7.8 6.4 6 65 10.85 835 7 45 10 05 8,75 12.55 9 65 10.15 6.8 9,7 9,75 11.75 10 3 11.3 11.55 885 12.8 13.25 8.4 10.85 825 9.33 22-Apr 9.15 8 35 10 7.5 5 8.9 865 69 6.95 14.4 6.75 9.5 11.65 11.95 12.85 10.7 7.05 6.75 8 85 9 10.5 10.5 11.35 11.15 8,75 12 10.65 9.3 10 10 65 9.52 23-Apr 9.75 8,9 835 72 9.7 8.35 89 6 95 835 15.55 84 12.05 11.2 14.85 955 11.35 7.1 84 84 11.75 9.25 10.75 10.15 9.85 8,1 12.7 10.6 10.25 11.1 11.3 9.97 24-Apr 7.8 695 7.2 89 9.75 89 114 6.95 635 14.7 10.25 1055 11.1 83 7.35 885 6.65 7.15 6 75 6.75 7.25 1085 10.85 8.95 12 65 12.25 10.3 10.7 10.75 11.4 9.42 25-Apr 10 7.2 6.95 1225 8 65 9.15 8.65 7.5 78 14.75 12.1 11.25 10.6 8.35 8.6 • 9 6.7 6.6 6.75 9 8.5 14.15 9.35 7,9 14 85 11.15 98 13.45 9.6 12.65 9.78 26-Apr 8.9 8 05 6,7 13.9 9.2 11.65 7,8 805 94 10.85 .13.25 11.95 12.05 8.5 1005 955 8.85 5.5 7.2 11 9.25 1305 9.15 7,95 14,55 9.75 12.7 12.2 9.55 15.25 10,19 27-Apr 11.1 11 65 7.25 10 85 10.8 8.9 8 65 805 1305 10.55 10 2 13 65 14.9 8.05 9.75 955 10.1 8.8 8.35 17 13.5 11.55 7.65 9,7. 13 6 10.55 12.9 14.55 7.65 9.4 10,74 28-Apr 138 86 8.05 9.45 8.35 6.95 10.3 6 65 12.75 10.85 11.3 14 35 13.1 10,1 9.1 12 85 106 7.6 6.4 15 13 12.55 8.45 7.7 12 9.65 13.1 13.7 7.6 9.45 10.44 29-Apr 14,2 8.1 7.5 8.9 6.95 8.05 108 6.95 15.3 13.3 945 12.7 10.5 13.55 6.9 124 10.25 6.85 5.2 13.75 825 13.55 10.45 825 13 3 11.3 12.9 13.85 9.35 9.4 10.41 30-Apr 10 55 6.95 9.15 11.35 9.75 9.7 12.5 10 16.65 . 12.2 9.8 13 05 10,55 14,55 84 1275 8 05 7.85 5 12.5 7 14 7 9.25 10.2 10.35 12 11.4 13.1 9.35 7.85 10.55 1-May 8.35 8.05 10.85 12.5 7.8 12.75 8,1 11,7. 153 .14.2 11.25 12 85 13.55 8.8 10.2 11.35 83 10.15 12.3 10.25 7 14.3 11.1 12,05 10,45 10.4 10.15 10.7 9.65 n/a 10.84 2-May 9.75 9.15 9,7 12.5 10 11.9 9,15. 7.8 10.3 11.95 11.1 11.9 12.4 935 8.4 11.8 9.85 13.75 11.15 9.75 6.75 13.55 12.65 13 13.3 10.9 10.45 13.7 8.85 nte 10.85 3-May 9.75 8.9 12.5 12.5 10.55 11.1 92 9.2 11.4 10.85 10.2 11 85 10.3 '6,75 8,45 11,85 8.5 9.85 9,95 10,5 9.25 14,2 13.3 12.4 12 • 10.7 9.8 11.65 8.75 n/a 10.56 4-May 9.75 9,7 12.5 11.4 11.65 10.85 10 85 8 35 10.55 8.05 88 1225 14,75 7.8 8.5 11.75 82 865 9.5 13 25 9.75 15.3 14.2 11 5 15.1 12.85 13.2 10.9 8.3 n/a 10.97 5-May 6.95 10.55 10.3 78 136 10 11 65 97 10 85 8.9 8.4 11.2 12,5 83 88 11.6 8.15 8.35 11 12.25 9.75 16.35 16.05 11 6 15.45 12.25 12 13.05 96 n/a 10.93 6-May 9.2 11.4 9.2 1025 12.5 10.3 12.75 9.75 9.75 10 9.95 109 13,1 86 11.6 12.1 12.5 10 10.1 14,75 10.25 15.95 10.7 12.4 14.65 11.7 12.9 13.7 11.15 n/a 11.45 7-May 10.3 15.55 9.45 14,45 11.4 7.75 11.1 9,7 11,7 12.2 11.85 10.15 118 9.65 10.8 10.2 129 10.6 10.85 18 11.5 15.85 10,55 108 13.5 9.05 14.8 13.25 9.05 n/a 11.61 8-May 12.25 15.55 9,75 10 85 10 8.35 9.15 10.85 14,75 12.5 12.65 10.45 11.05 10.65 10.05 7.65 11.6 92 10.6 17 1325 14.8 10.1 9 65 12.75 12 15.55 15 9.1 n/a 11.62 9-MB/ 153 13.9 805 11.1 10 835 805 16,1 13.9 12.25 11.35 106 114 11.75 9.65 935 93 9 114 155 13.75 12.75 11 1095 10 11 85 15 1465 8.1 n/a 11.53 ICLMay 13.9 12.8 7,5 122 11.65 8.9 86 14.45 10 55 11.1 10.25 10.1 134 10.3 105 9.45 10 9.15 8 05 16.5 1525 12.25 12 85 10,75 9,7 14.15 165 13.05 10.4 n/a 11.53 11-May 12.8 12.25 8.35 16.1 12.2 10.25 865 13 35 975 9.2 10.45 9 5 14 3 10.1 11.75 11.85 11 83 9.1 13 1725 10.5 119 12.4 10 13.8 16.85 1275 11.05 n/a 11.68 12-May 10.25 13.35 86 -13.9 15.55 15.8 9.7 10.55 1135 9.75 10.15 11,1 12 11.55 11.8 12.95 10.85 8,95 96 10,75 18 25 10.25 11.7 12.6 9.15 1535 13.8 995 14.15 n/s 11.85 13-May 114 12.5 10 55 10 14.75 17,25 7.5 11.95 114 92 9.85 12.05 12.85 12.05 10.8 14.6 10.45 9.7 9.6 12.75 12.25 12.45 1025 12.4 12.3 14 65 12.55 13.25 1545 n/a 11.96 74 Table D-2 Average Daily Temperature! Degree Celsius) - continued fa 14-May 11.4 11.9 12,25 8 35 13.65 20,85 7.2 15.85 103 9.2 11.15 11,25 11,95 11.7 10.25 11,3 10.7 9.95 85 14,25 12.25 1335 11.15 11.8 11.2 13.9 10.75 • 13.5 13.45 n/a 11.84 15-May 11.65 11.95 15.85 10.55 11.35 18.05 7.25 11.9 1305 9,45 11.15 14 10,25 10.1 12.55 1155 9.9 12,25 94 12 13.5 15,2 11.95 13 12.1 13 85 13.1 14.65 12.05 n/a 12.19 11.7 128 15 10 8 11.65 15.55 805 11.9 15 10 12.2 1245 11,05 12.6 13.5 11 6 10.85 17.35 7,75 10.75 11.75 15 12.15 14.3 13.65 1505 13.05 14.85 11.75 nla 12.56 17-May 14.75 13 35 12.5 92 108 16.4 10 8 35 10.25 11.65 12.75 1145 11.9 12.85 11.8 11 11.6 182 11,1 11,5 105 10.2 11,95 12.3 14.3 1525 14.2 134 1345 n/a 1231 15.55 16.95 14.75 10 10.3 10.55 1445 11.15 9.45 9.45 11.9 1205 11.9 14.2 1295 11.05 124 11.85 13.7 12.7 10.5 9.5 9.5 12 14,1 12.7 18.65 14.75 12 8 13,15 n/a 12.34 19-May 1445 10.55 10.55 13.05 12.25 11.95 10 11.65 12.75 15.1 11.05 10.35 12 55 11.15 12.8 12.75 12.7 14.35 11 12 11.35 13.35 143 13.15 19.45 1595 12.15 12.65 n/a 12.84 13.35 15 12,5 9.45 17,5 10.55 11.65 10 10 13 35 16.6 13.45 10 65 12.9 13.05 13 65 10.1 13,55 11.3 11 11.25 109 13.4 13.85 12.95 16,8 14,1 13.95 11.75 n/a 12.71 21-May 12.75 15 11.1 9.7 13.3 11.4 11.95 10,55 11.15 12.5 11,65 13.3 11.75 11 25 12.65 133 10.25 14.65 10.85 14.25 15 109 14.2 12.45 11,15 14.05 15.15 14,2 11,05 n/a 12.46 22-May 13.05 17.8 12.5 12.5 11.1 122 11.35 10,55 11.65 11.7 94 15.15 10.1 12.6 12.9 14 9 16.35 108 13 14,25 11.8 15.1 12,05 138 14.9 14.95 14 n/a n/a 12.81 23-May 12.75 21.35 12.2 13 35 9.7 12,5 10.3 9.75 11.35 10,8 9.5 16.25 89 14.15 11.75 153 10,75 17.3 11.7 12 10.5 10.1 12.25 11,05 15 35 14.45 14.75 1545 12.65 n/a 12.69 13 6 16.1 13.6 16.4 128 9.7 12.75 114 9,2 108 11.35 9.5 155 10.7 13.7 13 35 1935 10.05 15.85 15.45 14.25 11.75 1085 11.1 11.05 16,85 17.3 17.35 15.95 12.6 n/a 13 23 25-Mey 139 13,9 128 10.3 92 13.9 10.55 10 12.5 11.45 16.75 12.05 14,25 12.25 16.75 7.15 14.5 1645 " 12 135 12.8 122 11.2 19 17.7 17 17.1 1465 nla 13 52 26-May 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158 20.55 11.7 12,25 15 18.1 8 9 12.2 17.6 16,25 12,7 13.75 12.9 13 6 10.95 15.1 14,55 11.75 9.5 169 10,75 12,65 17.9 1525 13 16.2 156 n/a 13 93 2-Jun 13.05 15 55 25 12.25 13,05 10.3 13 35 15 9,15 11.1 18.35 20.25 10 85 14.55 11.3 13.1 12.95 14 14.4 12,5 11.75 1645 14,75 13,85 14.75 14.75 12.7 16.8 16.8 n/a 14.23 3-Jun 12.2 17.5 18.9 21.95 11.4 15.6 12.5 10 12.25 9.15 11,4 ' 20.35 17.95 1205 12.85 11.95 13 85 11.45 1445 17,15 15,75 13 1955 15.7 11.5 15,45 189 14.4 16,5 19 25 n/a 14.62 4-Jun 12.5 14.7 11.95 15 136 10.85 12,8 11.1 14.75 19.05 15.25 10.2 11,65 12.35 14.75 11.75 15,45 15 65 18.75 12.5 196 12.3 12.85 15.5 1565 14.35 14.75 16.1 n/a 14.30 SJun 14.45 16 65 ' 16.95 13,1 16.95 16.4 11.65 13,35 1165 15.55 193 14.55 11.65 13.65 11.65 1435 13,1 13.65 15.85 15.25 11,25 17,7 12.6 12.7 15,25 165 13.15 13.8 14 65 n/a 14 39 1365 16.1 16.65 19.75 12.5 15 12.8 11.4 13,1 139 18,85 20.5 132 12,55 11.3 12.75 1505 12.4 12.55 15,15 13.75 125 15.2 14 05 15.4 17.05 16.9 1345 14.5 17.2 n/a 1457 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12.2 13 9 12.75 17.2 16.1 108 14.15 1285 12.7 134 13 15,3 15.65 15.1 13.7 19,85 16 25 15.75 16.4 14.7 12.6 1305 13.75 13.65 14.55 14.75 n/a 14.57 14-Jun 13.05 18 8 16.7 13 35 12.8 12,5 16 65 13,65 1305 14.75- 12 8 12,75 14 5 16.45 15.25 164 15.15 15.75 14.45 15 20.75 17.15 16.35 12.55 14.75 15.85 13.05 14,85 13,55 n/a 14.91 15-Jun 15 19,75 13.65 13.35 14.75 11.95 1585 14.45 11.7 14.15 13.6 14,35 14 95 1305 16.15 16.4 14 8 14.25 13.2 13,75 18.5 14.75 17.45 14.15 16,05 16 3 13.5 15.55 13 95 n/e 14.80 16-Jun 1445 20 25 13.05 12.8 13.35 11.35 164 11.65 14.2 15 13 85 10.85 1425 12.95 16.85 136 12.5 13 14.75 13 16,75 14,2 14.25 12.3 15.45 17.6 16.15 166 12.65 n/a 14.28 17-Jun 15.85 22.2 15 13,9 13.65 10,55 17.25 12.5 164 18.9 14.15 12 85 1395 11.65 205 13 35 13.55 18,85 15 13.75 13.75 12,3 15,75 13.85 15.3 17,05 14.4 13,95 13,1 n/a 14.94 17.5 23 35 16.95 142 12.8 12.5 16.1 14.15 '17.5 16.95 16 05 14 25 14.35 11.25 22.4 13.2 13.05 21.25 13 85 14,5 16.25 13.7 18.1 14.25 16.4 18.25 13.65 14,1 136 nla 15 67 19Jun 14.7 16.95 18.9 16.1 14.75 13.65 16.1 15.3 1525 14.7 155 136 15 13.3 23 35 13.1 15,6 18.4 12.45 16 14,5 13.7 15.75 18.6 17.5 16.15 14,7 15.3 128 nla 15.58 20-Jun 1305 16 35 19.45 18.9 158 14.15 16.1 15 13.35 13.9 15 16.2 132 17.15 14.1 1995 14 85 15.95 1645 1295 15 16.5 13.9 16 85 15.55 188 15.2 15.7 15,6 15.4 nla 1556 21-Jun 1445 14.15 16.95 1335 19.45 16.1 12.5 14.15 13.9 16 05 13.2 15.7 11,8 18 35 14 8 15.25 16,1 14 2 12.75 17.5 13.55 18.6 14 4 20 35 14.2 16.9 16.4 17,05 nla 15 55 22-Jun 13 65 15.55 1805 15.25 12,75 17.25 15 1165 13.9 15.85 15,5 14.7 1445 13 65 16.05 14.05 15 14 35 16.65 14 17,25 16.35 19,7 14.5 209 13.8 16.1 17.55 14.5 nla 1544 23-Jun 15.3 15 16.95 13.35 13 6 1305 13.3 12,75 13.05 15.55 15,95 17.3 15 13 65 17.05 14.1 18,75 128 17.15 13.5 14,5 19,05 16.2 1545 20.75 15.55 1505 18.65 14.85 nla 1542 24-Jun 16.15 14.2 14.75 9.75 108 13,35 13.1 12.75 136 13.35 14.45 15.05 15.8 16.15 13,7 19,5 14.35 18.15 12,75 16.3 16.25 15 19.75 16.35 16.65 19.55 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Aug 1585 19.4 15 3 16.95 156 15.55 15 ' 18.05 15 19.7 14.15 16.05 16 2 18.9 14.15 18,15 17.65 19 05 19.1 16.5 16 16,9 19,9 '19 65 18,75 15.55 18.4 14.25 20.7 nla 17.12 15- Aug 15 16.65 19,15 16.4 16.65 14,75 15 16.1 15.8 203 16.25 15,7 15 85 186 13.75 16,35 18.7 20.45 16.05 16 13.75 16,85 18,5 20.1 17.6 17.6 184 16.65 18.05 nla 16,93 16- Aug 16.7 14.75 1525 16.95 14.7 14 45 16.1 13.6 12.75 21.95 1435 16.65 16 17 6 16.3 16,5 204 2145 15.55 •15.5 15.75 17.3 19.55 2125 1805 16.25 17.9 14,6 18.75 nla 16.79 17-Aug 15.55 14.45 139 17.2 15,55 12.5 164 16.65 14.2 22.75 16.05 18.45 15.4 1805 15.85 17.35 19.4 202 16.05 13.75 15.75 17.35 19,9 20.15 18,7 18.25 18 65 15.25 16.95 nla 16,92 18-Aug 14.45 14.45 15,3 18 35 17.25 11.95 13.9 16.35 13.9 1945 13.25 17.8 1445 20,2 15.7 17.25 17.6 18 16.6 15.25 16.25 17.85 16.75 20.8 1855 17.95 19.3 13.65 16,5 nla 16.52 19-Aug 15.3 15 3 15.55 19.15 18.6 14.4 13.65 16.4 12.5 18.3 14,35 16 65 15,7 18.3 16.1 17.65 163 14,5 16.3 185 16,5 18 18.35 19,95 17.5 189 19.55 17.2 16.6 nla 16,69 20-Aug 14.45 15.85 15,3 18 6 18.05 14.7 15.25 15.25 15 • 18.9 13.95 17.05 15 16,1 182 16.5 16.25 15,25 19.3 15,5 16 16.7 20 20 19.1 19.15 19.9 15 25 18.7 nla 16.87 21-Aug 13.9 15 15,55 16 35 18.9 13,6 13.9 16.4 13.9 15.85 14.9 19.05 15.15 164 16 85 17.05 17.75 15.5 19 14,5 14.75 16.75 19.15 19.75 17,25 156 18.6 19 05 15 95 nla 16.43 22-Aug 1445 15 17.25 156 17.2 13,9 16.4 13.05 13.9 15.85 14.85 18.1 14.05 18.8 16.05 17 17.9 15.95 18,1 16 17.75 16 18.8 19.7 17 188 16.3 186 16 95 nla 16.53 23-Aug 14.2 15 17.5 16.4 16.4 1335 17.5 13.6 1365 1445 16,1 17 65 16.45 19.4 17,8 16,7 17.65 18.55 18,85 19.25 18.75 15.2 15.35 16.6 15.3 16,75 17,3 174 18 65 n/a 16.61 24-Aug 153 1895 16.65 164 18 05 13.9 186 13.9 1585 13.05 16,15 1695 15.5 16.8 195 169 16.25 17.25 18,1 19.75 19.75 14 6 16,1 15.3 15.2 1565 15.4 158 19,75 n/a 16.53 25-Aug 13 6 16 35 15 16.1 17.2 14.15 17,2 1445 15.3 14.2 1535 173 15.7 16,95 202 16,5 16.4 16.25 1845 19,5 17.75 16,65 163 15.65 16.65 1395 16.7 14,95 19.45 n/a 1635 26-Aug 15.55 13.35 16.35 14.75 17,75 158 16.35 13.35 13.35 14.7 1805 18,55 14,45 14.95 172 17.4 17.7 15.4 20 65 19.75 17 17.75 15,75 13.6 19,25 14.6 18.5 16 19.4 nla 16.39 27-Aug 15.3 14,2 15.85 15.25 18,9 14.45 18,3 13.6 13.65 15 14 9 17,5 15 05 16.75 17.75 17.1 16.8 1605 21.5 18.5 18 18.7 18.95 156 18.5 16.35 18.25 155 17.65 nla 1662 28-Aug 16.1 12.5 14.45 16,95 18.05 12.8 19.7 13.05 15.85 15 85 17.05 17.35 12.45 14 45 179 15.75 13.85 15 3 22.15 17.75 20.25 16.3 18,1 14 6 16,5 14.65 17.7 15.9 2035 nla 1633 29-Aug 14.75 11.95 14.7 17.75 164 15 225 13 65 16.4 13 9 17 16.7 12.75 16.45 15,1 17,05 14.85 153 17 65 17.75 18,75 16.05 1835 17.05 16.75 15.75 18 16.95 21.05 nla 1636 30-Aug 1555 13.3 16 4 18.1 14.75 15 21.1 13.1 16.95 13 35 1825 17,2 14,3 15.7 15 16,8 15.25 1505 17.85 19.5 1525 15.35 15.05 16 65 17,25 16 17.35 15.3 19.45 nla 16.21 3% Aug 16 65 14.45 17.8 16,35 16.1 1225 18.05 12.5 153 136 16.75 16.5 13.4 14,55 16,35 19.05 16 1605 17 22 25 15.75 15.65 162 14.1 17.4 15.4 17 05 15.2 17.05 n/a 16,03 1-Sep 16,95 16.65 1525 13.35 17.5 1305 19.15 13.1 16,1 142 14.45 19.45 12.1 16.1 17.1 15.4 15,1 15 25 17.7 21 1925 168 16 8 13.75 1685 16.9 17.6 16.4 16,1 nla 16,19 2-Sep 14.7 15 14,75 15 20 1445 2055 13,9 14.75 13.9 15 16,55 14,7 14 85 20 16.3 126 15 18.8 16.75 22 25 15.5 15.4 15 35 15,15 18.25 1505 16.95 16,2 nla 16,13 3-Sep 14.7 16.4 11.65 15.25 14.15 20.8 15 20 12.75 16.35 15.85 13.7 15 35 13.1 13,85 17.95 16,7 18.2 16 17.5 14.5 24,25 15 3 15.55 15.25 15.4 20,15 15.5 17.2 15,15 nla 16.11 13.1 13.65 16,1 17.25 15,55 18.1 13.35 13 05 15.25 14.35 15.05 15,5 14.8 16.7 17,25 16.5 13,75 18.3 15.25 19,25 14.9 17.45 16.65 16.2 17.6 15.95 16.8 12,6 nla 15.75 5-Sep 17.25 13.9 12.5 15.25 15.25 21,95 17.75 15 85 14,7 14 45 13.45 16.1 19 65 15.65 16.7 14.7 13,7 14.75 19.8 16,75 15,25 1435 16,45 16.95 13,15 14.35 15.9 17,85 14,05 nla 15.81 6-Sep 16.95 1585 12.75 13.9 14.15 14.75 1695 17.5 13 65 12.75 13.75 15.9 15 85 15.85 17.65 13,7 13.25 11.25 20.8 17.75 16 1555 17.65 17.65 13.1 16.45 16,95 16.85 12.7 nla 15.44 7-Sep 1585 17.5 10.85 1445 13.65 1445 15 25 13.65 12,5 14.7 13,75 16.75 14.15 20.95 17.5 1425 11,25 12.75 17.2 17.25 16.75 1855 17.85 13.75 10 85 18.95 17.55 17.15 15.5 nla 15.29 ft-Sep 16.1 17.25 11.95 128 13.65 15.25 14,7 1445 11 95 12.75 14,1 14.75 14.2 20.1 166 11.2 15.45 13,75 15.35 15.75 14.25 19.1 18 05 13.45 14,35 186 15.95 16.9 163 nla 15,14 9-Sep 16.95 19.7 11.4 14.7 13,1 16.4 14.75 13.9 15.25 12.8 ' 15 35 14.8 14.45 15.05 155 13 35 15.3 14.75 1595 15.75 14,75 19,95 17 14.2 14,6 19.2 13,2 1645 12 nla 15.19 10-Sep 15.85 16.95 13.05 14.45 14.2 17.5 13.6 15.55 15 13.6 15.35 13.35 1545 15.85 13 6 11.4 14.9 165 16.1 17 12 16,55 15 85 14.65 15.05 1895 14.55 17.1 14.7 nla 15.12 11-Sep 153 16,95 12.5 ' 13.35 13 35 17.75 13.3 17.25 13.35 14.45 14.25 14,05 15,6 15.05 109 14,35 13,6 14,75 13.55 14.5 14 16,9 1705 15,7 14.9 159 13.95 16,15 1645 nla 14.79 12-Sep 139 14.2 11.7 15 1555 14.15 15 17.5 14.45 14.45 1325 15.1 13.35 15 12.75 1335 13,75 15 129 14.5 16.5 15,95 16.15 1505 14.45 12.7 14 183 17,25 nla 14.59 13-Sep 1335 14,45 10.55 14,2 15 14.4 16.95 18 3 15.8 14.7 133 17,3 15.25 1505 1305 15.15 12.7 14 25 14.5 16.25 17.75 16,55 15,5 14,45 11 13.65 138 1795 1545 nla 14.84 14-Sep 13,65 12.8 14 45 11.4 13,9 14,75 20 1525 15 12.8 139 21.15 17.25 1505 12.8 14.75 14.3 135 1345 14.5 185 15,55 16 65 13 10.2 1535 14.45 18 15.45 nla 14 89 15-Sep 14.45 10 11,7 11.65 1445 133 17.75 12,5 13.9 125 14.6 19 16 65 1955 13.75 12.6 16 5 125 12 13.5 12 5 155 16.1 14 3 10.75 13,85 18,15 17.45 14.65 nla 14.35 16-Sep 12.8 13 35 15 15 14.45 15.3 14.7 13.05 15 13.1 13.45 15.85 15.75 20 16,35 15.45 16 35 1125 134 12.5 13,5 12.95 16.05 16.1 1145 14,3 15,15 17.6 13.65 nla 14.58 17-Sep 16.15 14.2 14 2 13.6 13.05 16.1 15.85 13,35 13.35 13.6' 12,35 15 13.05 17.4 17.55 12.55 19.2 125 12.65 13 11 12.85 16.6 16.7 11.5 13,8 16.65 17.6 12,4 nla 14.41 12.5 10,8 13,9 14 15 13.3 10,55 15.55 15.55 13.05 14.2 14,7 10 17.05 12.85 17 3 17.85 12.75 18.85 11.25 13,7 14 11 12.95 1545 18.55 12.05 12.3 15 45 16.95 12.15 n/a 14,13 19^ Sep 13.05 1305 136 10,25 13 05 17.8 13,85 16.1 1445 13.05 16,75 12.2 14.6 18.45 10,4 14.4 11.75 13.75 17.25 11.25 13.6 15.65 15.4 14.35 12.45 15.15 17,25 12,95 nla 14 02 20-Sep 10 12.8 12.5 14.15 10 14,2 20 16.1 18 6 11 95 13,45 15,1 126 12.65 14.6 10,85 142 12.75 13.1 21 12,25 13,85 14,45 13.55 15 65 12.35 159 16,25 12,55 nla 14.04 21-Sap 9.7 13.1 1135 12.5 9.45 14.2 1835 16.95 17.2 10,55 11.15 154 123 12.1 16 1685 123 12 13.35 17.75 12.25 14.25 15,55 11,5 17 10.9 17.55 15.4 11.8 nla 13.75 22-Sop 11.1 13.6 13.1 14.2 9.7 13.05 178 17.5 1555 10 11.55 ' 14 5 11.1 11,95 14.65 1665 10.4 11 13.25 17 12.25 16 17.95 12.45 15,75 11.3 163 14.95 10.95 n/a 13,64 14.15 13.65 10 14.45 9.75 • 14,2 18.35 15.8 14 45 10.25 11.45 14 3 13 11.6 15,35 1565 11.1 11.5 13,05 17 11 14.8 16.9 13.75 15.8 11,95 15,9 18.05 99 nla 13.69 24-Sep 14,15 11.4 9 45 11.95 , 9.15 14.15 1945 14.7 13 65 12.2 14.25 14 05 12.45 10.7- 15.2 14 2 9.95 13.5 10,9 15,75 10.5 15 14.75 14.4 1445 11.3 156 17.25 11.95 nla 13.32 75 Table D-2 Average Daily Temperature) Degree Celsius) - continued 25- Sep 26- Sep 14.2 13.9 10.85 11.4 7.75 12.5 15 139 15 85 10.8 13.55 16.55 12.15 8 95 14,7 14 12.65 14.75 11.55 14.75 11.75 16 14.75 15.6 • 13.7 10.8 14.55 mm 16.25 11.8 n/a 13.27 14.7 12.5 12.5 12.2 78 12.5 13.9 12.25 17.5 10.85 16.55 15.25 14.55 13 13.3 11.4 11.75 14.25 10.95 13.5 11.5 16.5 15.85 16.65 14.05 128 14.9 17.1 12.6 n/a 13.56 27-Sop 11.1 13.35 15.3 11.1 5 3 14,7 11.4 14.45 17.5 10.55 146 13.8 13.85 12.5 11,35 10.6 10.55 14 11.9 11 13 14.3 16 25 14.75 10.4 145 14.5 14 95 123 n/a 12.89 28-Sep 13.05 11.95 15.3 8.6 7,5 16.7 13.65 14 45 15.55 11.35 138 12.6 13.35 13 05 12,1 9 11.15 11.75 11,1 12.25 13 13.3 15.15 15,7 13.2 15.05 15.5 1395 13.35 n/a 12.98 29-Sep 11.65 11.9 164 9.7 8 65 14.75 11.1 12.5 13.65 108 15.3 13.05 13.1 11.65 1145 10.45 12.45 11 13 14.75 14.75 13.4 14.25 13.7 13.25 143 15.55 14 12.9 n/a 12.88 30-Sep 1-0ct 13.05 13.6 13 35 8.3 10.55 1085 11.95 14.7 13.35 12.2 1525 14.35 14.45 11.3 11,5 10.5 12.95 11 13.15 16.25 13.75 14.1 11.25 12.8 18.35 132 17.65 14.15 12,25 n/a ' 13.11 11.1 12.8 12.75 12.25 12.2 108 12.8 17.2 12.75 12 8 132 14.05 12 116 12.25 11.15 106 12.75 11.75 18 5 15.5 13.1 14 6 14 3 16.65 13.55 13.85 12 5 945 n/a 13.06 2-0ct 9.15 11.1 13.6 11.95 13.05 103 12.25 15 25 11.1 92 11.7 12.7 13.9 10.75 12.45 10.55 12.85 13 9 17.75 17.75 12.05 11 3 114 14.75 14.95 11.7 11.75 11.3 n/a 12.36 3-0ct 11.7 9 45 15.55 12.5 10.85 10 11.65 12.5 11.65 9.2 13 13 35 17.15 885 10.25 11.15 1385 11.25 11.7 165 13 10.75 11.7 103 15.55 15.2 10.65 1225 14.45 n/a 12.27 4. Oct 11.65 10 13.9 1555 9,7 8.05 10 3 10.8 10.25 805 11.8 12.5 1505 9.9 985 11.75 15 10.5 12.65 13.75 12.75 10.55 12.65 106 11 13.4 13.2 11.75 13.85 n/a 11.75 5-Oct 9.75 114 11.1 14 2 10.3 11.4 7.8 10.25 10 9.15 11.8 12.35 17 85 10.05 11.45 9 35 124 11.5 12.6 13 14.5 12.5 11 • 11.85 9 35 11.35 12.1 124 12.45 n/a 11.56 6-Oct 11.1 13.3 9.75 8 9 158 9.45 8.1 8 3 10.55 1225 8.35 13.7 129 16.75 12.1 11.3 10,9 15 13.5 12.05 1425 11.25 105 8.65 11.05 9,5 12.7 11.2 11.25 12.25 n/a 11.65 7-Oct 10.55 13.05 11.95 10 85 9.45 10.25 8.9 122 11.1 14.5 10 85 14.15 11.5 9.95 905 14.5 11 13.3 13,75 13.25 1265 8.9 11.3.' 11,1 12.85 10.45 11.15 14 n/a 11.57 8-OCI 9.75 11.1 9.15 10.85 11.4 945 12.25 12.2 13.6 11.95 1605 12.1 13.05 9.65 10.25 10.8 15.7 7 12.6 13.25 12 12.7 .11.05 10.35 12.45 10.75 12.3 13.2 12.5 n/a 11.71 9-0cI 78 10.85 11.1 11.95 10.55 8.3 12.5 10.85 11.95 9.75 13.9 12.9 9.65 8.95 11.15 9 13.65 9.25 12.35 12,5 11 13.95 11 12.15 11,2 10.8 11.95 11.5 14.45 n/a 11.27 10-Oct 10 8.9 8.3 11.1 12.8 8.1 9.45 11,95 12.25 14.45 8.05 12.05 14 12,9 7.6 11.1 8,75 10.4 9 11.65 11,75 13 14 9.7 13.55 13.45 11.15 11.15 12.85 13.95 n/a 11.33 11-Oct 9.2 11.1 13.35 6.1 86 12.5 1055 13.9 9.7 11.1 11.95 11.85 7.9 1145 9.55 12.5 11 11.7 12.75 12.5 11.75 7.9 16.3 13.05 11.85 10.6 10.65 12.6 n/a 11.13 12-Oa 86 8.9 11.15 86 103 ' 8 9 12.2 86 9.2 13.35 9.75 11.9 10.25 68 9.6 11.85 7.2 11.8 96 10.3 10.25 1045 12 14.25 12.95 10.3 12.75 11,95 14.6 10.45 118 11.05 n/a 10.94 13-Oct 11,1 9.7 10 85 11.1 11.1 9.45 10 9.9 10.2 10.8 8.75 12.6 9.25 10.25 9 5 10.05 10.5 13.25 12.05 1085 11.05 8,7 12.95 9.25 ' 10.1 11.3 n/a 1038 14-Oa 10.25 86 92 8.3 11.7 945 945 10.25 11.35 8 35 11.7 11.6 86 9 13.7 11 8.1 12 10.15 11 11.75 9.85 7.65 12.1 7.4 12 65 99 14.7 11.85 n/a 10.40 15-Oct 9.45 86 10.3 94 8.9 9.75 8.1 13.05 10 7.75 11.65 133 11.85 9.2 7.65 13.7 9.2 7.8 13 10.7 9.25 12.5 7.5 9.15 13,75 4.95 10.95 9.75 11.6 7.8 n/a 10.07 16-Oa 10.3 9.45 6.65 9.15 10,55 12.75 10.55 63 1085 13.65 12.8 7.8 7.85 10 8,5 7.15 10.5 9.65 10 12 8 8.5 11.3 82 10.8 82 12.95 6.7 n/a 9.71 17-Oa 9.15 8 3 9.75 64 86 8 9 10.85 1225 11.1 7.25 8.35 12.3 94 9 35 9.75 8.4 10.45 6.75 10.25 9.4 1025 8.5 12.1 8.05 7.35 109 11.45 9.7 10.85 6.6 n/a 945 18-Oct 7.8 7.5 11.65 6.65 11.65 13.05 8.35 6.95 7.5 11.2 7.35 955 8.8 59 9 5 7.85 11.5 11.1 825 8.25 132 -11.4 8.35 13,1 11.55 9.35 10.1 84 n/a 9.46 19-Oct 6.4 6 65 10.3 9.7 5 55 12.8 1225 11.1 8 35 9.2 13 25 7.9 10 10.1 6,75 105 5.65 12.5 905 9.75 10.5 10.85 845 11.05 12,2 10.95 9.8 11.45 68 n/a 9.65 20-Oct 9.2 8.9 10 9.7 86 78 11.4 11.1 8.65 7.25 6.65 11.6 8.4 13.35 8.65 7.1 1235 7.55 11 10.2 10.75 12.75 .10.3 7.3 11 13.3 8.75- 10.25 11.95 55 n/a 9.74 21-Oct 14 45 8.35 10 9 45 10.25 9.15 8.35 5 10 25 7.75 10.4 9.8 7.5 11 75 12 6.9 9.25 11.6 9.5 11.25 10.5 8.75 10.95 12.4 12.7 10.1 97 7.1 n/a 979 22-OcI 9.15 11.15 83 7.75 10 10.25 8.6 6.1 . 58 13.9 9.3 10.05 7.35 9.35 13.55 11.2 6.75 9.25 10.25 9.75 9.75 10.85 7.45 7.2 12.55 12 7.55 7.2 9,7 n/a 938 23-Oct 10.3 8.9 8 35 8.05 9.45 10.3 8.35 5.3 8.35 12.25 10.7 11.6 8.15 8.8 12.55 . 8 05 . 6.7 9 25 10.75 9.25 - 9 12.5 H0.15 4.95 15.5 13.4 10.55 8.7 7,55 n/a 9.58 24-Oct 12.2 8.05 6 65 6.65 7.2 8.9 8.85 5.55 8.6 11.1 8 10.5 9.2 9.35 12.9 8.3 7.9 8.5 14 9,75 ' 11 11.4 11.65 > 7 11,95 11.45 9.5 8.55 9.05 n/a 944 25-Oct 12.5 8.65 58 8.9 •7,75 .-8.9 9.75 6.95 9.7 9.45 6.85 12.35 10.15 96 13.3 10.25 .8.85 7.5 14.55 10.75' 8.5 9.35 13.9 605 10.5 8.85 10.7 10.7 7.35 n/a 9.60 26- Oct 10.3 10.55 5 6.65 7.5 9.2 10.55 53 9.45 9.45 5,7 11.1 9.6 10 35 98 12 66 6.75 14 4 7.75 9.25 10.05 10 4 35 97 7.6 10.75 11.45 5.6 n/a 8.85 27-Oct 13.05 9,15 4.45 '4.45 635 12.25 11.15 6.1 10.55 9.7 7 95 9.3 8.3 1165 8.4 9.95 7.3 7.25 13.1 9,1 6 5 7.8 11.85 3.1 - 6.45 7.45 ,10.65 9.15 8.15 n/a 8.64 28-Oct 13.9 7.5 7.2 2.25 1.9 6.1 12.5 89 7.5 11.35 1025 10.05 7.85 8.1 875 94 •7.45 6,15 7 12.65 10.25 6,5 ' 7.25 ' 7 45 -0 25 9.25 10.45 7.2 6 9.95 n/a 8 24 29-Oct 12.75 9.2 585 445 8 05 9.15 695 8.1 10 8,75 7.55 9.55 92 7.95 96 4.35 6 5 9.7 12.25 8 5 4.6 7.8 0.9 1005 9.45 7.25 5.3 7.8 n/a 7.71 30-Oa 92 10.55 6.7 3,1 33 92 8.05 805 6.65 89 66 9.15 10.75 9.1 7 10.55 4.15 8 11.05 12.5 11 5 9.85 25 10.7 8.4 7 4.45 4.6 n/a 7.79 31-Od 8.1 11.4 9.7 4.45 6.65 4.7 8.9 8.05 10.55 6.9 5.9 7.5 11.35 10 3 865 10 85 -1.55 6.5 96 12.75 12.5 4.1 7.3 4.7 11.1 ' 1005 8.05 4.8 425 n/a 7.87 1-Nov 5.55 8.1 10.3 6 85 6.4 8.05 4,15 945 9.2 8.35 8.6 9.2 6 5 1205 13.1 745 9,1 2.95 8.5 7.35 10,75 11 44 6.25 325 88 72 7.7 3.7 545 n/a 7.71 2-Nov 11,15 9.15 4.75 10 3.05 6 65 10 7.8 8.1 7.95 7.75 10.7 11.2 5.75 11.7 7.4 95 8.1 9 9.75 5 35 6.45 4.9 7.85 99 4.95 26 5,2 n/a 7.75 3-Nov 7.2 9 45 8.6 5 85 11.1 4.7 4 45 12.25 11.1 5.8 7.1 925 12.7 11.65 9.4 11.1 8.1 8.75 7.55 9.5 10 9 35 63- 5.75' 7" 9 65 4.05 38 7.5 n/a 8.24 4-Nov 5 9.45 6.9 10 6.1 11.4 2.25 8 65 14.2 9.2 7.8 66 84 14.35 7.25 8 85 9.2 8.75 • 7.25 82 11.25 9 25 10 ' 8.9 8 6 7.7 645 5.35 4.2 5.95 n/a 823 5-Nov 8.1 8.05 3.05 8.9 2.2 9.45 8.65 8.9 7.5 4.85 11.15 13.8 6.5 7,9 7.15 7.95 3.5 10,5 9 11 9.2 6.2 10 25 7.65 7.3 5.75 •5.4 4.9 n/a 7,71 6-Nov 5.55 9.45 10 335 8 35 1.95 9.2 5.85 78 6.1 7.3 8 95 10.95 7 5 35 7 65 8.2 5.75 8 8.5 9,75 10.9 38 8.8 8,7 6.05 49 3.25 7.55 n/a 7.21 7-Nov 9.2 8 85 10 8.9 10 5.55 9.15 2.5 8.35 7.8 8.65 6 95 8,55 7.7 10.9 7.9 5,9 8,25 9 6.75 7 11.75 8 7-6 , 7.25 8 25 10,1 5.3 5.75 8.55 3.85 n/a 7.81 8-Nov 10.25 9,15 8.3 3.05 6 65 6.1 9.7 2.75 7.25 5.55 10.55 8.45 4.9 7,9 6.3 4.75 2.3 11.5 6 25 9.9 7.15 11.95 7.5 5.55 7.9 10.8 9.55 n/a 7.58 9-Nov 9.45 5.85 9.45 - 9.15 8 35 6.65 6.1 3.65 9.75 6.4 4 9 5.15 6.15 9 05 4 5 7.65 7.4 4 75 185 11.75 8.5 12.55 8.25 8.9 4.35 3.55 6.9 7 10.1 n/a 7.17 10-Nav 7.5 6 35 7.8 9.7 8 65 7.75 7,5 3.9 5.85 9,15 2 35 5.8 5.95 10 65 39 10.25 5.8 4.25 105 12.5 7.75 10.2 10.6 10 65 54 4.45 535 3.95 7.5 n/a 6.98 11-Nov 9.15 8 35 7.75 8.9 7.5 7.2 6 35 10.3 7.25 4.15 6.1 10.25 14 3.4 4.1 12.3 23 10.5 6.15 0 5 2.6 11.5 6 • 7.4 13.4 12.7 68 4.1 6.8 8.2 11.8 n/a 7.17 12-Nov 89 8.1 7.25 8 9 7.8 72 5- 7.8 1.15 4 3.75 88 2.7 9 84 1.25 6.05 10.5 7,25 5.6 12.35 6 3 8 05 4.5 4 2 . 7,55 12.6 n/a 7.03 13-Nov 555 6.1 7.5 10.3 6.1 6,1 7.8 8.65 555 805 15 36 4.4 9.15 235 8.75 7 3 5.75 9.5 8.25 6.35 94 635 8.7 6.2 5.5 10.2 9.5 n/a 6.80 14-Nov 5 5.55 805 695 4.15 5 6.65 945 7.2 8.1 1 25 5.7 5.75 9 22 855 4.5 325 655 7 4.75 5.55 5.85 595 5 05 4.65 7.8 11.95 7.45 n/a 6.17 15-Nov 555 6.65 9.75 6.1 53 6.7 5 64 7.2 695 3.6 4.6 4.5 9,1 3 85 9.15 325 5.75 6.1 , 4.75 65 5.35 5.65 555 7,75 6,7 6.05 9.9 n/a n/a 6.20 18-Nov 1 65 5 10 5.8 5.25 555 7.5 4.45 10.55 555 5.55 88 505 925 5.4 10.45 3.75 4.5 6.7 6 7 6.4 9.05 88 9 5 4.3 4.55 9.6 2.65 n/a 6.50 17-Nov 5 4.45 805 4.15 4.15 36 5 85 3.1 92 3.9 5.7 8 55 66 6.9 6.4 8 65 7.2 3.75 5.75 2.75 7 58 6.2 8,95 9,15 445 2.9 12.9 1.2 n/a 591 18-Nov 8.3 6.65 6.1 4.45 4.45 0.85 6 65 1.65 6.1 0.55 2.5 5 95 7.9 8.85 4.8 7.75 905 0.25 7 525 5 8.4 5.1 7.25 7.85 3.4 0.05 11 -0 3 n/a 5.27 19-Nov 11.1 8.6 6 65 6.9 6.1 1,95 5 3 1.65 6.95 0,55 1.9 525 82 925 54 6 55 7 65 -0.5 7.75 9.5 6.5 9.25 4.55 88 59 6.7 3.75 7.3 -0.7 n/a 5.82 20-Nov 11.65 8.9 3.05 8.9 53 2,5 69 3.35 4.75 •0.3 1.1 5.3 8.15 7,95 2.85 6.75 6.8 -2.5 8.55 11 7 8.6 3.7 7.55 3 95 8 55 2.9 3.75 -1.75 n/a 5.35 21-Nov 10.25 7.25 -0.3 9.75 64 4.45 4.45 4.15 6 35 -3.05 0.35 7.5 7,15 9.05 1.55 5.9 4 -3.5 7.05 7.5 8.75 5.9 6.65 5.05 - 6.4 5.15 0.35 6.3 -0.6 n/a 4.83 22-Nov 8.05 7.5 -2.5 5.55 7.75 2,25 4.15 3.6 6.1 -3.3 0.3 7.1 2 65 7.05 -0.4 5.25 62 -7.25 7.35 7.5 7.5 3.1 9.1 4.9 •5,75 -2.75 5.25 104 -1.9 n/a 4.01 23-Nov 6.1 8 05 3.6 585 8 05 1.4 7.5 6.9 5.55 -1.1 1,75 6 85 3.05 5.15 1 6.2 7.7 -6 10.15 7,75 6.75 7 05 11.75 4.85 1.9 -4.5' 5.05 11.75 -2.8 'n/a 4.73 24-Nov 6,1 8.35 5.85 75 4.7 4.75 8.6 7.2 6.95 3.05 4.05 3.9 3.55 6 1.1 62 5.15 -4.75 7.6 8.75 2.5 - 5.2 8.25 8.55 2,15 .3.5 4.85 11.45 2.4 n/a 4.98 25-Nov 5 . 6.1 2.5 5 5 85 3.35 7.25 5 7.2 58 56 28 5.2 4.6~ 1 5.75 4.85 -5.75 7 5.75 3 4.9 5 6.95 • 2,2 .2.35 4.85 9.45 54 n/a 4.48 26-Nov 7.25 4.75 1.95 635 64 3.05 4.75 5 85 3.05 6,1 56 2.05 6.55 4.65 4,55 5.55 4.3 -8.25 5.7 5.75 3 3.95 3 65 5 8 3.3 -0.1 . 3.4 7.85 8 n/a 4.23 27-Nov 805 36 2.25 695 36 6.1 5.55 3.35 1.65 6,1 2.75 2.3 8 4.15 6,75 585 3.35 -10 6.8 7,5 5.25 4.05 2.95 6.25 7.9' 4 25 4.1 69 675 n/a - 4.59 28-Nov 6.95 5 0 53 4.15 6,1 4.15 0 0.55 7.2 4 9 2.95 5.65 26 6.55 4.4 5.4 -9 5 5 4.25 5 75 5.5 4 85 525 5.75 6.95 2.6 9.75 6 n/a 4.31 29-Nov 585 36 -0.25 5.8 4 2 6 1 445 -225 1.4 7.2 4 45 2.65 5.5 405 6.6 2.55 3,15 .8 25 355 4.75 625 6.35 645 2.6 4.4 82 6.25 11.5 4 55 n/a 4.19 30-Nov 305 3.9 2.5 5.55 64 4.45 5.55 0 3 1.95 5 565 4.15 4.45 5 7.1 1.9 3.7 -6 54 8.5 6 5 4.65 2.65 1.6 485 4,5 8.8 915 7.6 n/a 444 1-Ooc 335 4.2 2.8 6.4 7.25 7.5 7.8 4.2 1.1 3 5 5.1 4.9 3.15 5.1 6.05 04 4,1 -5 25 625 7.5 8 5 4.65 33 5 3 2,1 6.75 5.15 n/a 6.55 n/a 4.56 2-Dec 4,75 7.25 36 5.8 1.95 8 4 8.65 8.1 2.5 8,1 3.7 4.6 1.55 665 7.75 1.45 065 -0.75 2.8 8 5 25 84 1.5 33 34 . 63 1.75 n/a 3 n/a 4.52 3-Dec 6.4 8.05 3 35 3.9 -0.55 6 65 8.6 8.3 3.35 7,1 4,95 6.7 015 36 7.8 08 0 5 2 13 7.25 7 9.7 6 6 85 1.55 8.4 -1.95 n/a 2 n/a 4.63 4-Dec 2.2 7.5 08 2.5 -5,25 5 8.3 4 45 2.75 4 3 5.5 7.3 -2.35 6.95 6.2 1.15 0 35 7 2.3 8 7.75 11.05 7.15 8.75 085 5.5 -3.75 n/a 3.3 n/a 4.13 SDec 3.1 4,15 4.7 3.35 •3.3 6.1 7.8 2.75 33 2 3.25 6.7 -3 5 9.15 4.6 2.45 0.95 6.25 4,9 7.25 8 9.1 4.7 9.25 0.25 3.55 -1 55 0.55 4.8 n/a 3.95 6-Dec 4.45 5.25 7.25 • 3.65 -3.05 7.2 6.7 4:15 5 85 3.9 1.05 7.2 -5 65 6.25 4.2 2.65 3.5 8 2.3 8.75 8.75 7.75 5.75 • 7.2 4 85 0.75 1.55 1.15 48 n/a 4.35 7-Dec 5.55 4.2 7.8 0.3 .6.35 7.25 8.05 3.65 7.8 3.15 -0.45 7 -46 6.15 2.75 1.15 595 4.75 26 9 7.5 7.85 4.25 5.1 38 5.35 3.15 0.45 4.55 n/a 4.06 8-Dec ' 6.35 5.25 3.9 0.85 .6.35 4.15 7.5 5.8 7.25 0.05 1.3 7.9 -1.85 535 2.35 3 85 59 4,5 3.4 8 7.75 6.8 7.6 7.5 4.75 6 35 4.8 -3 3 4.65 n/a 4.22 9-Dec 6.9 4.75 1.9 1.95 -4.15 4,2 7.5 5.3 4.45 0.9 • 2.45 7.5 3.15 5.75 3,15 5.4 3.85 1.5 2.45 6 8 505 6,75 6.7 505 7.95 2.05 -345 4 5 n/a • 4 05 lODec 5 585 58 1.35 -3.9 585 7.5 3.05 7.5 6.15 5 3.3 5.7 6.7 3.05 4.85 305 1.25 1.2 6 5 7.25 4.35 5.35 3.65 25 10 4.8 58 7,15 n/a 4 68 11-Dec 335 7.5 4.7 0 -1.35 8 05 7.25 0 7.25 7,95 5.45 4 7.6 335 4.35 62 23 1.5 1.85 4.75 6.75 2.15 4.45 6,55 1.85 6.75 7.55 99 4.75 n/a 472 12-Dec 2.5 6.95 25 2.2 -3.6 7,25 5 -1.1 5.55 56 2.65 38 635 1,55 8 5.1 265 0.75 4.5 2.5 8.75 16 3.2 6.45 06 3 95 4.85 9.1 4 n/a 383 13-Dec 36 92 3.9 0.55 •28 5.55 5 25 0.25 75 7.15 0.7 58 58 145 5.65 6.65 48 1 5.05 0 5 6.25 1.9 3.1 1.55 4.15 7.95 1.4 9 53 n/a 4 07 14-Dec 7 8 5 85 4.75 1.35 -0.85 6.1 5 0.3 865 7.75 4.55 4.9 885 5.05 5 65 58 5.1 325 5.6 2 2.75 1.35 3 85 0.8 6.85 7.3 22 88 3.5 n/a 4 65 15-Dec 8.05 6.1 5.55 0 1.4 7.2 6 65 1.4 10 6.4 2.5 06 10.75 4.35 8.15 43 3.1 3.25 6,75 1.5 2.75 3.r 3 9 0.15 2.2 5 65 4 6.6 3.65 n/a 4 48 16-Dec 3.9 365 5.25 2.2 6,1 6.7 7.8 -0.8 11.7 3.95 4.25 4 9.05 4.6 84 2.05 -0.6 5 5.3 0.75 2.75 1.95 1.65 -0.05 1.6 3.55 6.75 6.05 2.6 n/a 4.14 17-Dec 2.5 585 4.15 33 8.3 5.55 5 85 0.3 8.85 2.2 4.45 685 6 4.4 6.4 •0.2 -2.25 4.75 3 35 0 4.25 1.15 4.45 1.55 1.4 1.5 8 75 6.85 0 n/a 3.81 18-Dec 2.75 7.75 1.7 2.5 8.35 4.45 4 45 0.8 4.15 2.5 3.45 10.55 6.25 7.4 5 85 -1 6 -3.95 3 4 1.75 3 1.05 .-0.4 5.9 -2.85 2.15 8.7 7.35 1.1 n/a . 3.52 19-Dec 1.4 5.25 1.4 1.65 83 8.05 53 -0.25 3.9 2.55 2.5 9 35 2.7 7.3 6.55 -2.4 -2.5 2.5 7.85 1 3.25 4.15 -7.15 2.85 0.15 2.15 8.9 9.55 -0.3 n/a 3.31 20-Dec -0.3 7.2 1.4 1.95 9.45 8.9 7.5 0.25 4.2 0.85 2.85 8,7 6.3. 5.4 3.5 -35 -1.45 1.5 6,1 2 3,75 6.3 -84 5.9 3.7 2.9 8.55 8.4 3.05 n/a 3.69 21-Dec 0.25 7.25 -0.55 1.95 7.75 5.25 4.15 3 05 5.55 2.65 4.2 6.25 6.45 4.1 5 25 -46 1.65 1 9.2 2.5 4.75 445 -9.4 5.95 4.15 1.6 7.7 6.1 3.15 n/a 3.51 22-Dec 2.2 6.95 -1.65 1.95 6 65 5.25 2.2 4.45 6.95 3.4 52 3.3 8.15 2.15 4 4 -7,2 2.45 3 8.95 2.25 3.75 4.95 -7.05 4.25 5.2 2.95 7.8 3.65 -0.45 n/a 3.31 23-Dec 4.45 5.55 0 25 6.95 6,1 0.55 6 65 6.1 3.65 3.55 3.55 6.2 2.7 425 .7,55 3.75 2 64 1 3.25 7.65 -6.75 4,75 7.4 0.9 7.15 1.6 -3.7 n/a 3.12 24-Dec 6,7 4.15 0.85 -0.3 6 1 5 2.25 7.5 4.2 -0.05 4 55 5 35 8 33 4 85 -2.95 3.15 2 6 3 0 • 4 6.75 -2.1 5 6 5.15 1.85 6.3 0.5 -2 ' n/a 3.34 25-Dec 3.9 ' 4.45 1.95 -3.6 585 5 55 3.9 7.8 585 1.7 t.95 6.7 11.85 3.4 3,9 1.1 3.15 0.25 6.7 0.75 3.75 4.45 '•0.7 82 2.2 1,25 36 -0.3 -4.65 n/a 3.27 26-Dec 1.1 4.45 1.95 -5.55 665 3.9 3.6 915 6.95 1.8 045 7.15 12.25 2 265 23 2.25 1 69 1 0.5 4.1 22 9.5 3.5 1.8 7.05 0 35 •86 n/a 3.18 27-Dec -86 2.75 3.1 -5.6 4.15 2.5 3.35 4 7 5 1.75 06 5 35 9.4 1 OS 1.75 0.85 025 8 3 3.5 2.5 38 3 915 2.35 1.75 7.5 4.55 -6.15 n/a 2.52 28-Dec -1335 3.35 4.2 -4.2 365 1.65 1.1 695 3.85 •0 2 -23 6.25 8 9 1 1 •3.25 -145 025 965 3.75 1.5 2.4 -6 25 7 • 1.9 2.25 5.45 7.05 -9.2 n/a 1 35 29-Dec -14.7 3 85 5 -1.65 1.7 305 2.5 7.8 585 2.55 -69 5.5 82 ' 1.75 04 1.8 -4.3 1.5 785 3 4 5 4.6 -10.7 7.95 •6.15 4.9 2.55 6.65 -5.2 n/a 1.51 3a Dec .13.9 4.45 4 45 1.1 2.5 1.35 28 5.3 5 1.5 •8.25 5.1 8.15 075 0.15 4.4 -1.45 325 5.9 3.75 5.5 5.3 -3 85 6.7 -6.05 7.15 1.1 6.6 245 n/a 2.01 31-Dec -5 4.45 3 65 2 * 36 0 3 3.65 225 1.35 .105 .7 65 6.95 6.45 0.75 0 35 6.55 -6 3 1.75 4.5 0.25 5 5.05 3.4 645 -8.15 7.45 06 54 52 n/a 2.14 76 Table D-3 Solar Radiation, Rs (mm) 1988 196* 1S7G » 7 1 1972 187 J 1874 197-5 1376 1 977 1978 I- Jan 2 Jan 3- Jan 4- Jan :.5-Jan 6- Jan 7- Jan 8- Jan ii;S-JSiS;J 10-Jan ; II- Jan 12- Jan 13- Jan 14- Jan 15- Jan 16- Jan ji&iian;:; 19- Jan 20- Jan 21- Jan 22- Jan 23Jan 24-Jan 26-Jan 26- Jan 27- Jan 28- Jan 29- Jan 30- Jan 31- Jan 1- Feb 2- Feb 3- leb 4 rob 6-Feb ' i 8?Feb 9- Feb 10- Feb 11 Feb 12- Feb 13- Feb 14- FeS 15- reb 16leb 17- Feb 18- Feb 19- Feb: 20- Feb 21- Feb 22- Feo 23- Feb 24- Feb 25- Feb 26- Feb 27 Feb 28- Feb 29- Feb 1- Mar 2- Mar 3?Mar 4- Mar 5- Mar : 6- Mar 7- Mar 8- Mar 9- Mar : 10- Marj 11- Mar 12- Mar 13- Mar Sl4*iar; 15- Mar 16- Mar 1 /-War 1S-V.ar. 19?Mar 20- Mar 21- Mar 22 Mar! 23- Mar 24- Mar 25- !*M 26- Mar 27- Mar 28- Mar 29- Mar 30- Mar 31- Mar 1- Apr 2- * t » : . n/a 64.98 47.87 51.79 90.59 49.60 38.96 69.31 88.85 9010 35.86 15.32 1793 48.60 131.55 64.57 32.81 15.72 20.99 88.46 64 41 90.02 55.71 96.39 139.35 .251/1 266.90 130.86 86.42 60.41 189.96 83.28 35.33 38 47 143.40 158.47 273.77 .260.70 304.68 125.62 249.07 265.61 303.25 252.03 267.93 298 86 268.13 84.85 22.19 159.11 176.30 141.11 75.73 74 03 211.36 85.91 338.31 231.61 388.38 336.34 80 00 ; 6943 100.40 28.03 90.57 il 83.82 150.50 293.15 363.33 il68.07 39.79 80.29 :144.11 9394 121.43 169.82 336.80 198.20 282.89 426.51 261.22 .106.16 140.38 250.63 293.15 84.12 110.78 245.81 327 96 374 14 154.53 286.22 455.13 33 81 104.64 17.03 21.60 53.71: 1 I2C 118.08 37.90 82,17 81:64.: 72.17 110.11 82:26 8160. ; 81.19 48.11 191,06 157.81 49 34 131.27 85.36 188.94 162.06 182.40 182.89 99 94: 151.97 220.06 180.32 237.44. 140.21 260.00 28.67. 61.10 58.94 185.83 270:21. 29.81. 113.79 70.14 55.1? 113.80: 171.88 124.16 88:92 71 75 170.86 186.72 342.84 352.88 377.52 308.84 74.61 74.64. 256.15 207.04 148:05 31925 425.07 n/a 103.43 100.03. 121.91 69.57 20432 212M8 351.14 255.88 410.77 372.;58 254.69 398.62 334.80. 61:67 . 62.69 60.68 111.82 288.64 314.05 515.72 491.7?: T 7 9 535.15 432.46 335:05 .459:?1 330.15 255.03 346:98 148.37 106.72 65.00 133.32 127.02 11628 18.83 105.05 164.15 76.01 144.21 140.13 73.56 53 99 159.69 31.65 108.72 27.00 45.17 23.44 9500 29.04 38.02 158-14 73.52 90.06 22.38 7878 36.72 46.64 . 33.69 4734 140.62 153.69 183.30 n/a 33.45 : n/a 50 45 --.'31 13.40 163.86 110.15 57.55 63 63 128 78 3251 70.29 76.46 47.25 59.34 . 53.87 36.47 54.89 60.20 .3 42 170.15 56.98 97.98' 54.81 140.17 23.02 85.32 29.98 142.18 41.54 153.36 96.59 2863 16394 144.26 1B.50 36 64 153.28 43.66 151.40 .193.39 311.66 19605 34508 183.83 336 21 86.59 39.58 213.37 188.48 209 52 34 08 118.07 46.76 25.77 60.37 84 77 39.10 80 97 9754 112.52 175:25 108.06 137.38 106 33 18323 224.43 :28927 341.00 144.28 368.26 113.03 370.17 66.27 275.28 29.26 271.84 135 05 271.36 298.29 297.50 4354 424.42 325.77 218.40 244.82 n/a n/a 306.08 237.26 294.37 103 47 31241 222.73 198.56 377.72 183.11 134.47 36.49 : 91.04 377.35 228.34 404.92 85.19 431.12 ; 56.60 465.16 60.04 48.40 51.02 90.23 346.31 323.47 423 43 .155.13 :195 77 76.65 231.51 193.49 301.07 293.31 368.22 363 03 296 34 325.36 380 77 376.97 400.34 261.49 254.13 12709:67.97 165.25 81.63 233.30 298.06 244.80 324.38 463.76;.46.47 12/87 144.29 296.54 96.94 274.08 96,30 355 62 269.59 287.62 395.41 238.99 235.14 454.11::414.64 12.62 86.87 6964 2205 118.73 27.16 22.78 139.52 22.67 73.60 : 131,92 141 19 81.15 139.88 37.21 192.69 129.55 207 85 5175 235 17 103.94 52.93 198.94 17.97 131 80 ; 62.81 43.09 11268 42.56 21.73 24.83 33.40 213:36 65.14 5052 9255 31.94 65.14 25.73 136.45 100.02 .17:56 64 82 12208 162.27 32.47 84.87 84.63 119:10 26.34 . 181:67.107.3/ 136.78 248.93 122.20 34.55 6208 9288 205 19 58 04 122.57 15.72 255.10 115.42 294.2? 74 41 179 91 21 73 138.78 85.77 90.06 179.46 38.31: 328.09 49.58;;.269.44 134.41 365.21 177.90 240.23 65.89 106.48 241 24 129D8 55.81 27.33 192.20 106.60 71.61 184.54 49 34 11266 263.57 86.45 136.49 100.73 146:45. 442.73 45.71:: 252.54 248.59 194.89 123.14 160.44 275.24 311,29 \Xf.3B 254.14 98.12 193 90 92.85 134.41 72.77 94 69 170 24H 40.57 154.83 90.13 163.91 n/a 77:46 91.08 313:12 .81 28. 255.74 157.62 124.50 92.47 32.40 243.76 402 81 21510 200.26 337.19 259.31 191.86 66.71 .93.22 118.44; 254.69 131.27 241.65 78.18 277.25 226 90 66 \ -79 S5 35523 54.66 66 03 301.01 86.45 81.68 217,11 120 34 260 02 175.21 56.27 367.17 202.37 96:36:32440 57 S5 397.78; 304.39 446.87 274.26 448.39 562 47 243.74 165,70 325 57 251.12 419.54 293.42 430.54 411.84 43310 364:66 83.06 107.24 218.51 596.88 333.86 397:54:439.90 1982 19=83 1884 1985 1886 1B87 1888 Avwaya 134,00 164:35 131 02 146.22 .122.57 139.19 141.56 140.13 178.44 106J58 58.94 94.59 9.48 30 22 65.80 79.52 2818 169.31 20.99 163.29 153.36 23 13 26.34 21.89 16 95 113.27 54.16 76.58 50.93 15 19 52.56 63.22 19204 :32.39 28.14 269.11 170.88 164.19: 46.36 165.70 280.76 187.33 44.30 46.42 31:63 158.98 130.21 137.84 mi26:i 28.42 237.26 70.01 : 167.39 :229.23 102.82 72.97 110.61 104.96 82.91 n/a .1.42.10 105.44 180.42 115.07 105.61 306.42 251.83 57.62 107 07 22 28 45.20 289.23 109.63 35720 451.17 60.17 197.54; :303.37 284.58 453.32 363:15 314.98 311.28 340.45 329.71 88.80 45.86 234.03 73 84 249.96 337.94 136.59 193.59 53.88 .64.57 19.01 41.25 86.26: 91.58 80.17 34.43 156.20 57.34: 186.49 36.23 48.97 73 8B 44.15 128.61 33 12 39 25 116.89 40.57 86.67 22.71 182.57 8254 137.60: 272.83 153.53 220.02 156.10 56.89 35.70 208.99 53.C5 94.02 155.32 289:12: 133.51 8.86 132.50 41.78 132.25 89.44 47.01 290.69 261.87 45.59 215.41 72.45 85 53 33.39 296.75 177.90 106.29 27.59 307.00 218.54. Sa&Sft: 128.01 n/a 68.58. 54.95; 72.12 277.39 279.97 326.16 376.09 218.68 76.44 309.96. 267.89 428.47 87.88. 293.83 53.13 74.13 244.78 178.70 221.93 172.06 241.41 14097; 313.95 485.24 456.47 363.82 421 96 435.79 ;335;6i: 452.50 299.02 445.12 344.68. 140 54 157 77 158.18 122 98 14.99 50.83 14.25 103.29 3004 47 09 76.21 160:22 161 82 195.92 19.03 130.82 60.94 92.63 54.93 97.94 63.51 125:63 32 96 31.08 10697. 4G36 4893 41 99 41.70 17.64 62.33 4570 108.31 30.67 32.14 28.22 15.93 n/a 119.18 54.73 137 88 150 75 88 57 125 28 25.69 79 32 167.58 123.79 114.56 125.18 52.24 106.93 50.07 124.16 151.44 138.50 108.07 180.11 26.06 : :171.99 133.60 145.81 191.14 41.58 11665 181.75 72.74 123 10 314.36 167.05 224.47 106.56 296.19 103.70 298.36:101,25 204.95 205.72 128.65 152.71 119.18 146:15 8075 80 58 16.99 83.69 168.81 139.76 92 76 193 39 89 63 342 79 48.09 217.20 94.45 120.93 114.02 203.39 212.38 245:60: 99.01 208.53 146.09 40.51 159.86 8951 43.42 121.03 38.87 295.49 142.44 267.65 117.18 47:65: 124 23 131.34: 74.95 212.48 88.08 n/a 240.86 92:51 20653 125,11 251.59 84.88 158.57 319.39 426.67 85 8? 27923 97 61 191.28 73 01 331.44 88.49 13338 63 07 7355 245 77 206.87 441.64 488.20 98.97 .135.83 446:00: .282.16 309:14 460 46 219.32 333.68 385.93 6157 433.78 118 73 423 47 85.45 325.81 363.06 415.57 182.27 106 04 95.40 95 98 167.40 127.40 54.70 145.84 15841.378.02 28502 241,00; 78.86 75.40 237.92 356.50 383.71 319.80 108 44 490 05: 56.33 416.97 436.84 194.03 582.67 424:96 162.64 110.03 122.73 n/a 83.52.. 38.57 83.73 26.23 2981 3013 36.39 26.46 48.77: :91.94 46.44 74.13 59.02 147.20 77.11 171.01 31.37 ; 1866 168.72 58.89 90.79 .76.1/ 65.39 151.53 78.17 161 37 147.28 44.76 :;:;:ri/a:;:;:: 38.96: 126.69 111.95 64.77. 187.75 19.16 134.37 213.07. 251.86. 279.77 233.36 134.26 56.50. 159.39 267.38 83.84 68 27 157.75 278.51 100,78 193.46 223.20 251.42 105.37. 193,08 242.43 n/a 237.67. 239 91. 273.10 231.34 312.04 296.79 60.58 125.25 31724 209.25 292.36 207.24 170.04 278.27 363.46 247.10 101 53 48 98 329.80 219.99 297,48 357.35 234.70 78.56 127,64 237.64 135.80 81.07 98.61 : 268.89 461.08 425.93 343.72 177.13 62OT 110.60 131.72 148.75 134 33 107 86 127.47 141.31 108.48 35.37 118.24 .44.64 33.08 97 37 53.30 35.49 103.33 34.43 28.88 96.76 127.14 61.55 33.65 146.64 224.18 41.25 140.17 319.31 288.10 203.15 236.03 193.96 4301 52.28 28.39 195.28 31 78 229.17 35.94 142.88 52.36 37 76 49.54 4574 .303.49 156.54 41.33 45.70 212.07 264.49 324.83 351.3.1 230.66. 84.03 32.03 31.82 .59.19 283.62 n/a .85.11 86.42 318.67 75.63 42.34 47 14 129.57 296.28 355.45 308.94 383 51 133.93 221.23 38C.1/ 230.49 180.93 327.42 92.01 190.30 451.02 470.42 372.37 408.31 373.53 48.1.44 ;129,91 249.31 396.64 344.46 288.81 408.25 495.10 35121 18.01 5/.06 46 64 114.48 181.85 107.47 54.97 93.07 80:66 40.56 : n/a 71.66 137.18 167.51 38.66 92.21 54;82:44.44.. 43:52:: 86.02 100.57 159.17 80.10 144.29 179.26 224.39 66.85 : 167.45 137.59 209.00 42.66 114.69 143 44 131.38 110 76 .37.17 163.33 32.22 255.98 108.64 78.99.:;180.b7 9092 9239 169.50 84.83 86.99 69.02 116.11 138.90 28' 36 119.95 206.78 51.99 231.94 182.69 n/a : 45.58: 216.10.61..75; 248 93 97.37 n/a 244.69 44.40 112.72 124.61 209.0/ 107 95 227.90 264.37 256.16 87.'6 294.51 .42.72 .239.83 212.42 n/a 164.64 318.28 84:50 208.70 43.39:240.36 65.79 92.12 177.39 43.09 n/a 71 14 261,53 120 52 72.05 23.18 104.23 139.41 89.44 82 58 40 73 100.40 246.65 93 38 59.96 102.21 207.75 9639 328:04 200.98 n/a 134 62 208.74 70.96 85.73:::61 71 55.51 156 22 34.72 273 85 111.98 n/a 106.70 277 86 132 23 n/a 169.26 282.29 183.28 313.06 81.62 2716 469 75 370 71 343.72 261.29 355.67 355.60 416:18:100 20 89.85 443 45 44.79 358.90 292.74 417.27 117,08 25217 178 79 461 31 103.64 385.99 437.11 243.62 83.05 93.73 91 16 424 93 139 15 374.90 364.69 327.76 130,04 468.99 597 11 46088 54.47 326 56 551.03 342.52 221:33.292.37 352.60 311 07 89.53 423.01 425.81 404.78 92.62 147.62 420 36 96.30 469.93 67.77 363.93 74.77 54548: 256.58 163.65 16/.29. 21.28 16165: 116.52 58.89 130.04 25.28 145.63 50.97 42.27 5955. 11701 126.65 33.90 35.98 .45.56 15.85 : 25.89 10Z97: 65.18 14.58 44.35 39.33 21.6.1: 95.98 37.21 178.03; 34.92 165.66 170.11 152.71 12.50 125.30 .16.61 9524 : 26.05 35.66 70.82 37.98 42.31 35,61 71 60 146 05 49.15 209.89 43.57 161.53 30.68 42,80 17850. 75 03: 21.65 61 18 52.60 26.59 :82.99 126.12 90:38 156.26 49 54 149.93 21.40 121.18 189,33 221,57 .43 05 209.48 86.63 253.34 203.19 298.11 87.16 285:12 217.20 307.54. 296.11 66.21 250.50 199.31 99 57 168.35 285.53 37.29 196.86 49.27 56.43 . 22.35 42.41 50.20 2308 82.30. 40.91 25.83 58.74 114.53 54.32 68.44 250.73 11449 46.93 174.23 132.67 29.95 95.67 225.45 170 64 295 43 135.94 50.85 301.79 62.59 .92.20 73.65 87.30 215.10 41.51 126 41 n/a n/a 202.31 249:72 144.68 105.82 119.91 246.01 97.03 224.67 119.40 170.66 166.50 193.01 277.52 127.33 270.51 169.60 273.41 124.91 309.48 59.36 167.90 338.55 78.59 230.25 306:79 266:63 122 32 93 29 187.98 111.53 501.71 293.89 146.35 307.20 564.65 372.75 355.79 331.06 445.76 392.23 312,47 391,87: 344.:55 479.55 416.53 155.65 427.58 357.06 367.36 242.22 26781 238 90 391.04 342.52 77.78 240.72 30S.?3 364.78 319.45 86.64: 339.81 63 42 191.23 85.51 133.20 267:23 157:84: 95.63 37.85 30.36 16.49 20.74 71.93 50.77 81.60 75 44 35.17 29.81 85.65 '.'n/a 68.37 110.68 139.76 199 23 241.54 132.00 .134.00 78.17 28.22 157.86 27.36 : 25.63 131 68 29.41 3010 90.38 150.87 149.28 83.11 131.68 124.85 277.20 :11281. .187.47 41.09 107.86 117.22 77 48 102.96 107.42 100.29 273 31 123.00 261.53 :321 84 ;155B1: 86.35 43.89 : 86.33 29352 31.31 131.03 138.9/ 329.60 97.00 87.37 106.36 ; 173.00 134.13 204.76 238/2 353 46 330.75 251.11 202.44 249 81 224.09 139.82 178.69 210.07 1C4.62 83.18 11872: 104.35 268.84 204.59 311.1C 59 66 86.03 65.35 389.57 296.69 85.13 404.08 316.59 452 68 278.22 357.43 540 52 20.4/ 157.90 117.79 153.53 84:18 104.92 89.73 73.72 82 05 . 181.75 104.03 83.73 107.01: 8212 52.03 50.19 104.39 .78.25 52.28 70.25 20:87 108.60: 89.36 171.09 81.52: 183.38 203.15 170.97 125.43 .12.1.:76 287.33 77.56 213.48 .137:84 185.75 265.68 .60.36 87:03: 44.11 250.24 177.48 109.21 56.53 72.22 87:92 103.67 86.92 269.25 247.13 258.82 139.03 32.74 196.15 43.19 131.04 80.90 324:19 326.57 370.61 n/a 268.50 ;213,81 314.76 395.83 202 37i ..181:54 151.25 387.02 282.59 ; 395:63 240.83 421.59 399.33 408:32 456.65 208.30 135.49 358 97; 391.37 151.73 :48:95 .137.32 289.89 242.02 304.63 173.32 223.82 165.32 129.35 369.54 150.47 126.99 .65.38 120.16 33.29 107.51 30.13 60.95 1/4.85 14.11 79.08 30.73 9246 26.22 57.03 148.53 105.07 22.51 65.53 32.84: 37.76 108.35 21.37 141.76 153 57 61.55 58.28 76.95 : 155.65 187.59 164.64 38.15 183.28 37 21 30.84 189.10: 111 99 92.63 74.21 3084 230.31. 198.13 277.52 199.80 258.57 231 86 89.52 179.11: 204.86 235.36 n/a 56.77. 177.77 291.61 310.70 63.03 '.91.01 101 60 36.01 35.74 243.08 204.69 n/a 269.76. 214.63 269.66 388.78 53.78. 94.92 127.33 51.22 130.63 199.00 396.07 191.79 225.93 183.11. 237 23 246.93 376.36 413 19 276.09 68.85 265.30 331 73 241.00 317.61 4948 296.43 117.95 46.15 63.86 84 16 82.71 452.39 282.69 19/ 59 n/a 36 49 n/a 147.35 n/a 13.43 97.16 7642 n/a .36 64 3921.. 131.14 n/a 173.87 38.76 14744 n/a 152.84 22.63 66.29 n/a 19.28 56.93 2405 n/a 74 56 25 44 162.10 n/a 113.95 10.33 8932 n/a 114.03 76.D9 28.43 n/a 73.80 n/a 107 74 n/a 9541 n/a 159.69 n/a 124.12 n/a 21 18 n/a .7.1/2 61.26 43.33 36.68 83.52 31.08 215.73 n/a 111.34 n/a 183.67 n/a 111.87 n/a 64.04 21:11 .55.01 178 07 n/a 208.87 n/a 95.20 n/a 169 13 n/a 92.55 n/a 96.43 : 91.57 ; 121.60 n/a : 254.28 n/a 55.03 63 S3 108.16 n/a 124.31 n/a 82.67 n/a 107.56 n/a: : 1.69./9 n/a; 228.68 n/a 307.20 n/a 225.72 n/a .423.60 n/a 135.45 n/a :296.38 n/a. :134.61 n/a! 128.99 n/a 34.99 . 88.88 67.05 47.99 362.58 n/a 426.94 n/a 225.99 n/a 127.87 n/a 75.73 76.75 .76.92 137.43 n/a 267.59 n/a 37Q51 n/a 263 60 n/a 137.03 n/a 322.37 n/a 53111 n/a 186.34 n/a 438.21 n/a 382.87 n/a 130.99 n/a 374.09 n/a 151.58 n/a 459.56 n/a 418 87 n/a 447 92 n/a 437.57 n/a 408.69 n/a 390.77 n/a :;:ri/a;;:; n/a n/a n/a ; n/a n/a n/a in/a:;:; n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a info;: i^";:; h/a n/a :::nya:;:: 11U.24 ae /8 88.77 79.24 72.10 85 86 107.01 71.47 88 26 93 30 . 67.52 68.50 76.33 SsSs's:; 87.48 78.52 82 16 80.61 : : 73.17 94.91 93.42 ;: 91:40;:: 87.79 102.02 83.86. 126.08 128.24 118.72 .106.66.. 123 26 122.19 128.26 137.04 93 93 : 129.51 170.38 175.55.. 1/1/3 167.81 163.36 148.43 149 9 / 108 15 105.54 113.04 155.76 134 77 138.65 140.08 169 06 . 184.28 158.32 164.87 172/2 144.8/ 168.13 133 22 206.04: 191.51 157.54 1/6.03 152 57 200 83 195.53 166.09 .219 60 219.72 240.57 221.69 229 05 215.16 238.23 226.58 226.82. 205.80 233.84 220 35 264.27 262.33 332.11 290,50 241.94 262.25 305.07 296.96 259 13 210.78 279.22 264.28 ;286 56: 256.98 297.53 350.8/ 77 Table D-3 Solar Radiation, Rs (mm) - continued 3- Apr 4- Apr 5- Apr 6- Apr ; 7-Apr 5- Apr 9- Apr m>m * 11-Apr 12- Apr 13- Apr :14-Apr ii>Apr 16- Apr 17- Apr 18- Apr 13- Ap: 20-Apr , 21-Apr 22-Apr :23rApr 24- Apr 25- Apr 26- Apr 27 Apr 28- Apr 29- Apr 30*-Apr 1- Mfly 2- May 3- May 4- May ::::&May::: f^May 7- May 8- May 9- May 10- May 11- May '2 va. :i 3-May 14^May 15- May 16- May 17- May 18- May 19- May 20- May 21- May 22- May 23- May 24- May 25- May 26- May 27- May 29- May 30- May 31- May 1 - Jun 2- Jun i j u n 4-Jun 6- Jun 7- Jun 8- Jun 10- Jun 11- Jun 12- Jun tmim 14- Jun i 15- Jun 16- Jun 17- Jun j 18- Jun 19- Jun 20- Jun 2 1 - Juti 22- Jun 23- Jun 24- Jun 25- Jun 26- Jun 27- Jun 28- Jun 29- Jutl 30- Jun 1- Jii 2- Jul 3- JlH nVa n/a n/a n/a* n/a n/a 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1978 1977 1976 1879 1980 1981 1982 ms 1987 1988 Ararago 188.92 110.89 124.86 462.54 : 427.59 481.30 167.37 446:50 502.86 i 444.66 476.80.239.22 97.64 429.76 122.38.521.18 589.59:323.47 542.97 97.64 400.69 88.54 13802 194.08 359.41 213.45 399.39 74.97 614.52 180.75 282.48 232.17 410.25.118:26 288.14 366.05 329.37 564.77 369.21:424.76 141.08:124.19 388.54 141.60 270.99 296.80 39337 90.29 404 95:205.79 501.70 200.10 536.87 351.14 309.76 321.07: 283 73 306.78: 422.56 416.13 311.68 446.00 438.42 463.69 482.37.453.50 455.29 283.55 372.28 442.93 234 13 601.37 222.9b:355.74 292.43 387.93 524.98 435.33 32526 395.53 55'. 5O.567.3i 386.37 628.13 165.72 572.63 25090 393 69 483.78 288.14 446.05 332.69 481.40 522.99 379 45 263.20 494 60 312.47 518.14 287.09 453.58 n/a 482 60 106 38 498 51 231.35 452.33 557.88 211.40 475.58 78 71 433.80 433 27 504.58 436.85 404.75 358.66 521.90 420 56.452.99: 38805 419.55 322.59 408.76 278.75 372.91 309.81 639.69: 301.30 4*0.14. 449.76 432.93 322.02 397.10 50606 37276; 330.73 402.55. 384.76 471.22 212.33 508.15 431.98 577.191 235.89:602.91 442.55 336.34 253.77 233.91 279.1.1 131.69 406.18:349.66 385.42 186.81 393.70 291.81 158 76 40627: 123.0' 472:84 414.41 104.42 559.95 109.25 427.96 14.1,31 43341 363.34: 561.42 385.37 424.83 261.39 345.73 124.66 370.87 413:78 145.72 433.22 67.77 343.98 70.54 226.85 388.32 131.51 295.23 437.65 91.90 171.33 302.17 111.32 52042 193 42 649.54 415.54: 476.13 431.12 432.58 313.81 465 66 21483 435.64 457.87 478.32 263.00 542.88 599.24 77.61 371.46 244.89 300.85 264.49 250.21 275.33 402.48 216.73 107 42 32534 426.75 226.62 327.94 373.25 577.18 364.49 39352 386.37 87.89 537.41 96.88 130.11 191.96 362.53 200.15 317 34 27Q89 404.08 529.29 543.56 374.63 162.83 25677 203.39 33S0 : : 510.35 521.66 343.51 585.30 113.36 413.02 516,89 558.31 351.35 557.27 246.28 593.06 366.60 147.54. 420.01 282.02 138.53 362.63 359.44 152.52 214.17 265 19. 52283 423.69: 453.91 84.75 411.51 424.99 561.35 348 28 186.98 342.54: 276.55 531.26 370.36 411.18 392.80 159.16: 451 59 39D.55 606.71 385.04 282.02 532.79 344,25 45080 305.45 19967; 339.40 n/a 394.68 463.04 456.02 150.47 J413.C8 174.29 203.03 140.26 591.78 254.04 614.06 274.44 429.39 245.89: 499.43 377.09 352.36 370.69 .152.51 381.51 427.53 178.93 498.20 232.17 476.79 289.32 241.02.260.66 242.41 258.44 146.84 320.75 305.31 472.50 352.99 423.90 595.14 147 53 290.09 265.57 397.15 169.28 463 62 353.91 357.46 114.77 288.37 306.59 278.50 62.42 371.57 164 57 25269 400 80 259.10 122.82 364.34 95.62 397,01 54837 203.24 255.08 187.97 487.43 204.60 601.90 454.08 297 51 443.41 193.97. 340.62 377.03 80.37 277.23 160.85 304.04 104:74 327.76 178 86 662 99 292.69 461.81 165.88 298.67 160.36 607.09 1g9:30 293.01 243.10 349.46 159.75 441.77 79:53 631.22 554.43.421.35 414.26 198.35 501.81 200.54 410:32 390.69 294:82 262.24 111.70 253.55 288.42 616.40 253 63 255.54 172 48 300.57 311.45 520.36 459 94 422.72 220 73.492.48 377:79 242.32 23288 417.74 488.93 434.36 .194:28 507.18 205:21 409.95 345.04 475.28 180.29 274.08 662.40 362.65 540.22 579.60 369.42 423.41 512.29 287.38 11438 147.44 19064: 232.55 442.93 426.65 132.71 499.50 412:69 667.94 363.32 37391 335.67 551.42 154.51 387.29 258.81 346.06 201.00 381.7/ 345.60 321.07 452.92 419.81 429 56 331 49 144,71 539.30 397.29 401.99 343.10 317.98 595 76 106 88 469 79 388.61 487.40 690.67 503.08 428.13 283.45 371.26 315:26:689.71 484.24 436.30 456.44 639.49 416.09 621,19 517:00 335.66 441.14 281.81 285.81 552.57 601.52 467.42 379 33 67 73 329.14 93.14 440.57 .164.19 226:40 465.72 63.65 34721 294.33 502.77 241.95 306.52 322.11 117.44 170,29 321 09 21898 334.52 397.94 329.57 282.52 255.21 569 63 256 49 562.56 253.54 290.93 299.35 : 364.56 472.09 134 33 46508 276.55 579.05 157.31 118.85 304.28 115.83 85 02 584 59 179.55 452.37 213.61 401.09 337.81 347.39 608.62 395.31 607.60 545.09 698.83 245.87 483.19 447 31 540.84 43389 299.49 264.42 280.06 168.15 106.83 467.21 81.51 266.99. 172.12 395.15 257.74 618.18 272.13 651.61 507.26 313.55 108.55 575.73 456.21 661.62 571.50 372.13 643.82 367.55 412.65 490.87 283.18 531.65 425.46 152.05 439,64 105.31 405.94:256.11 127.17 457.82 477.40 420.47 72.24 44371 121.17 141.95 432.42 229.51 345.04 89.32 68.90 159,80 142.11 262.34 111.81 368.42 280.97 424.40 350.45 475.89 356 58 380 42 235.92 461.08 399.90 58.43 449.90 348,58 405,00 395.53 117.19 349.02 226.98 350.45 204 31 324 62 375.80;.491.21 252.92 438.98 448.37 222.26 266 46 39211 437.40 422.49 97.51 439.16 283.96 322.55 420.98.230.17 467.47 177 13 394.72 147 85 572.92 469.87 272.96 685.58 542.67 594.87 538.40 215.34 154.44 262.18 95.70 508.64 50.87 519.69 168.88 480.87 590.50 266.88 626.12 518.16 544.17 538.0/ 4C1.79 481.53 398.09 493.83 344.96:526.94 138.17 408.42 227.36 506.26 123.23 153.43 34718 91 28 309.54 408.83 440.03 557.38 475.81 498.71 600.25:428.12 55.1.58 597.07 287.19 433.86 569.84 442.07 51872 421.02 498.46 349.52 316.03 184.83 254.79 341.53 521 61 106.06: 529.91 430 48: 594.75 412.64 717.21 481.21 379.31 143,29 281.29 124 59 391.27 173.41 587.54 430.27 :06463 311.06 : 145.38 232.94 170.36 388.32 155.10 287.62 314.06 298.38: 338.76 376.43 517.43 692.33 309.78 476.15 :386.66 564.27 : 86.87 509.40 419.48 320.79. 367.29 302.76 364.11 368.84 491.62 505.42 403.99 582.62 199.49 532.61 85.48 176.50 353.26 244.14 32998:88.31 171.89 514.76 439.52 166.75 689.69:464.69 54.84 ; ; 236.54 390.56 156.34 389.55 396.70 120.08 347 19 267.87 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359.80 267.26 32183 • s; 386.41 387.69 306.18 : 37.7.36 413.67 337.32 406 29 322.46 341.94 298.33 : 299.21 391.68 347.32 398.61 349,63 348 46 423.91 375.78 354.06 KSTSJis;: 414.57 369.15 :?4 UZ2.22 437.11 420.56 399.83 344.48 357.68 325 08 364.04 371.37 364.21 370.64 : 368.43 385.05 381.82 .371.91 : 355:31-339.92 312.32 340.70 409.98 406.92 368.43 366,25 : 309 16 376.70 293.03 322.96 364.42 323.80 337.65 : 398.07 :. 333.28 403.73 388.30 t m w 364.27 78 Table D-3 Solar Radiation, Rs (mm) - continued 196? -3969 1970 1971 1973- 1974 1976 1979 1980 1981 1982 1993 1984 1985 1986 198? 1988 Ax^ago 5- Jul 6- Jul 7- Jut 8^Jui: t ju l 10-Jul 11 Jul 460.93 467.19 506.86 530.45 204.53 297.82 105.58 siiiaiJUiSssiiSi; 13- Jui 451.02 14- Jut 165.87 15- Jul 12440 16?JulH491.95 17- Jul 531.31 18- Jul 422.11 19- Jul 9016 20- JUl:;277.65 21- Jui 423.89 22- JU 423.10 23- Ju! :444 6? 24- Jul 372.61 25- Jul 534.14 • 26-Jul 418.48 27- Jul 37575 28- j i .440.13 29 Jul 356.07 30- Jul 455.26 31- Jul 337 59 1-Aug 670.13 110.78 434.41 . 52232 466.96! 480.82 502.97 455.06 499.09 457.87 510.50 . 443.88 618.85! 251.59 455.90 511.14 ::667.98 425.19 270.99 24294 !247 73 519.85 424.63 544 44 2- Aug 3- Aug 4- Aug 6- Aug 7- Aug 8- Aug 9- Aug 47926 10- Aug 561.05 11- Aug 562.78 12- Aug 293 45 13- Aug 9652 14- Aug 235.33 ' 15-Aug 254.29 16- Aug 407 84 17-Aug 86.82 18- Aug 247.38 19- Aug 321.81 20- Aug 354 42 21- Aug 103 39 22- Aug 138.38 23- Aug 54.48 24- Aug 310 59 2&Aug 82.12 26 Aug 230.67 27- Aug 128.42 28- Aug 409 12 29-Aug 54930 30 Aug 320.15 31-Aug 304.30 1- Sep 52366 2- Sep 434 34^  448.22 386.31 380.10 209.70 339.40 392.58 413.59 3- Sep 4- Sep 5- Sep : 6- Sep 7- Sep 8- Sep 9- Sepi lu-Sep 78,39 11- Sep 79.61 12- Sep 186.36 13- Sep 13519 14- Sep 16238 15- Sep 212.12 16- Sep 35.39 17- Sep 212 41 18- Sep 443 52 19- Sep 318.13 20- Sep 445.85 21- Sep 232 19 22- Sep 4386 23- Sep 257.80 24- Sep 303.78 25- Sep 23251 26- Sep 32823: 27 Sep 381.44 28- Sep 302.67 29- Sep 41033: 30- Sef) 38664 1 Oct 185.39 2-Od 353.69 348.11 438.53 405.07 512.00 145.35 410.08 533.49 382.76 419.86 357.54 480.12 282.24 437.72 155.95 439.33 390.41 430.73 201.00 312.74 366.47 354.92 40309 197.09 433.20 399.74 258.88 488.34 461.43 374.75 125.43 317.2? 201.02 476.15 373.83 109.62 548.46 378.20 487.86 165.26 242.17 375.06 135.82 451.67 251.32 409.89 116.20 414.00 209.45 196.88 488.00 175.67 449.56 316.46 388.00 329 30 404 59 338.32 8286 425.62 19854 45827 21530 21644 602.28:382.66 496.08 73.34 471.05.238.76 232.62 .M]' 153.21 367.76 339.13 314.97 279.74 623.20 543.15 415.88 n/a 196.07 487.68 450.51 452.87 489.65 677.34 644.59 510.32 425.37 307.98 434.13 371.21 516.79 385.50 586.78 299.30 264.45 466 65 667.40 334.63 225.50 449.16 502 08 428.69:166.76 417.15 nte 467.93 350.10 352.27 476.14 606.59 511.83 133 89 509.84 n/a 659.14 475.69 315.46 491.66 622.49 134.83 252.92 n/a 399.23 3B3.38 429 48 472 55 424 30 356 45 429.8? nte 360.36 390.66 42601 608.01 361.12 493.15 362.65 nte 393.92 175.32 452.66 456.29 260.88 421.65 480.43 n/a 394.15 302.72 428.92 492.99 246.97 308.59 607.58 n/a 355.99 40385 461.70 373,07 29080 268.38 644.06 nte 607.56:263.4? 495.37 418.66 350.58 3?0.67:613.38 n/a. 292.51 37 73 528.83 611.49 209.65 432.21 254.98 n/a 393.75 108.82 495.80 510.71 292.10 321.71 381.26 n/a 44304.596.73 431.07 437 27 594.B2 548 95 629.35 nte 260!l1 469.69 559.39 663.62 661.79.546.07 306.62 : rja 506.78 113.69 569.52 345.81 546.34 464.15 520.74 n/a 518.11 331.92 495.54 405.69 433.67 478,03 482.17 n/a 551 09 559.36 490.69 411 89 441.48 481.12 396.43 nte 428.41 513.87 282.86 391.29 440.36 437.45 426.09 nte. 408.40 356.12 355.89 324.21 523.98 473.13 295.49 160.17 498.63 516.14 445.87 237.33 402.48 497.41 410.24 184.10 603.58 434.92 223.48:407.86 381.59*327 79 425.70 439.57 362.04 311 34 324.03 187.59:534.42 306.32 389! 13 283.19 493.68 278.93 444.84 337 31 307.13 204.65 475.10 395.23 231.93 344.76 372.81 155.75 382.59 222.13 440.66 435.84 487.99 273.87 586.65 325.92 542.52 350.20 467.98 367.81 456.06 31329 34486 36174 148.05 52.31 43267 326.89:450.11 489.60 582.31 357.09 461.70 512.83 234 13 459.37 446.99 614.47 550.58 396.48 478.57 352.78 366.33 373.16 434.36 437.52 508.31 380.91 424.76 208.70 563.83 409.37 595.55 395.48 46.51 217.56 478.16 562 53 374.19 40B.40 371 05 467.17 530.92 405.74.525.90 303.28:649.48 594 28 ' 35.70 392.83 476.44 600.88 423.74 388.61 211.18 452.38 442.60 336.00 399.95 155.42 505.40 450.95 482.42 439.05 141.82 425.17 229.23 494.12 477.45 425.93 659 B0 :493.73 391.19 211 21 437.91 487.40 391.58 297.77 476.91 177.82:430.15 306.73 197.12 134.19 526.76 115.43 12547 477.06 11017 517.75 437.22 478.95 183.36 572.63 299.71 249.27 603.55 240.84 434.72 403.24 392.19 404.57 161.38 233.64 563.28 375.65 121.15 551.09 133.6B.483 55 484.01:200.23 178 12 . nte 593 00 446.25:441.63 149.74 392.85 447.45 232.88 261.34 608.62 371.38 377.33 343.13 444.24 496.29 568.88 379.65 261.42 347.05 145.35 396.81 432.90 325.82 484.80 284.76 151.50 149.72 134.07 185.48 267 65 289.27 334.83 422.69 431 91 302.82 319.74 185.67 nte 309.99 90.20 324.29 556.39 38243:360.66 154.97 314.38 78.48 157.21 424.19 530.76 507 67 356.38 556.56 344.04 352.18 145 49 280.03 230.79'594.40 409.21 498.98 589.70 96.80 310.69 480.54 509.19 222.12 439.49 644 55 165.09 526.05 84.81 73.05..455.04 398.74:395.27 285.87:187.41 164.88:664.33 138.86 480.80 171 98 466.33 429.40 172.70 504.32 486.17 517.62 263.20 365.19 274.52 502.68 363.91 203.54 607.79 365.42 587.11 172.44 462.83 397.07 356 70 176 73 116.40 818.52 545.67:554.26 273.79 48402 461 71 363:93 170.93 193.80.458.43 452.30.398.56 320.55.305.50 308.97. 285.46 249.90 163 40 528 12 231.37 580.98 371.37 340 54 92.10 439.67 357.60 70.95 488.62 432.93 497.87 505.60 267.75 309.53 370.56 71 56 385.29 769.50 452.59.164.59 48789 53JI5 21366: 482.26. 9283 477.51 30874 204.07.:i97.91 452.88 15593 487.54 322.10 315.65 125.91 159.81 74.25 469.04 474.79 294.88 425.20 317.52 343.97 69.08 151.93 269.01 318.86 197.65 420.38 245.46 453 26 46330 258.47:266 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324.66 343.05 287:69 : 295:22* 377.82 426.52 403.93 392.75 378.73 429.93 41057 42159 395.85 419.03 422.94 428.75 438.35 464.30 453.07 402.06 470.34 459.40 361.88 362.24 351.99 375.43 393.36 376.73 386 70 425.03 455.55 418.40 : 346:87 Kffiiei;:;: 373.86 356.50 403 89 348.29 365.64 376.49 376 36 ; 369:74 381.00 346.75 367.95 imm: 395.71 383.25 : 368:3? 353:32 355.60 371.05 355.38 290.89 322.87 367.74 : 790.46 278.51 292.24 305.34 316,82 29120 315.27 342.97 : 307:54 354 51 359.12 291.39 30S:33 mmn 326.44 293.75 .277.1', 246.65 252.37 295.14 266:36 280 06 257.25 254.96 27626 275.91 : 310.71 295.64 79 Table D-3 Solar Radiation, Rs (mm) - continued 1988 1969 W O 1971 1971 1973 1974 1975 1S7S 1977 (978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1385 1985 1987 1988 Attewyo 3- Oct 4- Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct S^Oct 10- Oct 11- O d 12- Dct 13- Oct 14- Oct 15- O d 16- Oct 17- Oct 18- Oct 19- Oc: 2 f > 0 « 21- Oct 22- Oct 23?Oct 24- 6c1 25- Oct 26- Oct 27- Qct 28- Oct 29- Oct 30- Oct 31- Ocl si**® 2- Nov 3- Nov :;:;4^ 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S B B 67.92 1622 23 27.74 10.58 . 6.91.. 3 02 0.0089 1 49 12-Dec-96 6.1 1.9 4.00 85.01 2030.36 34.72 9.43 7.01 -2.84 0.0051 1.21 13-Dec-96 7.3 3.3 5.30 74.83 1787.22 30.56 10.33 7.74 -2.85 0.0052 1.30 !4-0«.«6 62 0 8 3 50 89:19 1652.68 38 36 9 48 647 . -2.83 0.0060 BBIiOaB i 5 - 0 e c 9 6 " 4.9 3 65 86 01.. 1678 53 28 96 8.66 726 -2.70 0.0033 •iiibYS'frH 16^Dec-B6 6.3 -i.i 2.60 51.96 1241.16 21.22 9.55 5.64 -3.05 0.0072 0.87 17-Dec-86 3.7 -3.7 0.00 70.34 1680.12 28 73 7.96 4.65 -2.97 0.0084 0.56 16-Oeo-B6 "•3.5 t 3 93 23 1887.81: 33.99 •mam 555 :B2.83 0.0049 0 68 i iSB&^B & B BSJisSS -2 6 -0 30 81 1 ...1987:82 33 99 7 06 5.04 -2 78 .00044 0 37 20-Dec-96 4.8 13 3.05 70.78 1690.49 29.91 8.60 6.71 -3.77 0.0042 0.71 21-DBC-96 4.3 2 3.15 75.45 1802.16 30.82 8.31 7.06 -3.68 0.0030 0.53 22DM-96 27 -3f -045 62.25 1488.81 2542 K:B7;42K:: 4.68 .-3.89 5C358 ::S::o;35:s 23-D<!c:S6 -5.1 BH-3':76:B; 75.40:: iiSlSOOSBS: 30.76 516 4.18 284 i i S f l S H : 24-Cec-S6 i.i -5.1 -2.00 69.19 1852.59 28.26 6.61 4.18 -3.84 0.0051 0.12 25-Dec-96 1.2 -10.5 -4.65 69.37 1656.98 28.33 6.66 2.75 -3.05 0.0072 -0.33 26-0ec-96 4 -12 5 -8.60 .83.36 199! CO . 34.05 4 31 2 14 -3 78 iiB:B043: -0 86 27r«o-96 -0 i -6.15 65 31 1559 84 26.67 . A 1 * -2 68 0 0030 0 28 28-DCC-96 -7.6 -10.8 -9.20 93.99 2244.63 38.38 3.45 2.68 -3.61 0.0019 -0.49 28-Dec-86 -1.4 -9 -5.20 72.39 1729.04 29.57 5.51 3.09 -2.84 0.0051 -0.36 30-DM98 6 5 -1 t *41 7388 ;:::;:1766;4SB: 30.21 9 68 5.43 -3.10 :: 0.0076. 1.28 31-DM-98 3 S20 89 52 2138 20 3615 1030 7 58 -2 88 0 0056 1 65 18.53 8.66 9.79 51.34 -3.B8 0.01 8.56 (WALUECWAtUEi; • f i 53.98 wmmiwmm ITVALUD (fVALUD »VAHie! mum 52.65 WALUE! jtVALUE! (/VALUE! •VALUE! •VALUE! JDIV/O! 49.19 •VALUE! •VALUE! •VALUE! •VALUE! (VALUE! * D M 0 ! 47.08 •VALUE! •VALUE! •VALUE! •VALUE 1 (WALUE! tavim 45 94 •VALUE! (VALUEI •VALUE! •VALUE' (VALUE! *D!V/6l . 42 58 :(VALUO «VALUEI •VALUE! •VALUE (TVALUE! (iblV/0! 40.25 •VALUE! •VALUE! •VALUE! 8.68 4.09 -0.20 37.76 -3.14 0.01 0.89 iii!iim\ 373 -0.88 35.91 -2.88 .::o.oi 047 8.08 3 73 -0.81 .37.5 J 311 •B.:fifliB: 0.6? 9.95 3.73 6.61 35.71 -3.38 o.oi 1.17 10.23 3.73 0.86 36.71 -3.41 0.01 1.59 10 37 3.73 3 43 0.01 B;i2:ioB: 11.17 3.73 B^ii™: 37 90 •:-3.65:. : : :001. 2 69 11.17 3.73 4.04 37.69 -3.55 o.oi 3.04 11.95 6.52 5.53 37.51 -3.36 0.01 2.84 B.11.95 7 37 612 36.74 -3,15 S B M t B ; 11 95 618 5.78 37.14 3 28 . . .001. 305 11.95 6.06 5.31 35.17 -3.33 6.01 2.81 11.95 6.06 4.71 34.10 -3.33 0.01 2.56 11.85 6.08 4.54 33.73 -3 33 0 01 2.48 11 95 6.98 4 58 "32,69: 31J 0 01 242 11.48 6.06 4.14 32.75 -3.36 o.oi 2.16 10.30 6.06 3.87 33.53 -3.10 0.01 1.78 11 02 6 06 409 33 7B -3 20 0 01 2.07 11 87 606 4 82 33.85 J V • : 0 0 1 r . 256 ii.87 6.38 5.03 33.28 -3.27 o.oi 2.48 11.87 6.38 4.81 32.86 -3.27 0.01 2.42 118? 6.38 4.99 • 32.94': -3 27 B>6:6i;B : 4.1 11.8? 6.38 i S S S i i S : : : 31.73 :BBfc27B 2.31 ii.87 6.38 4.69 30.80 -3.27 o.oi 2.19 11.87 5.64 4.42 28.76 -3.38 0.01 2.17 10.58 465 340 28:31 . •3 34 :S;B;BIB: 1 70 10.33 4.65 29.31 J29 B:;B:fiii;: 1 63 13 23 4.65 2.28 39.10 -3.29 6.01 i .45 - 9.55 4.65 1.94 38.87 -3.19 0.01 1.24 s sr. 4.S5 1.89 :. :: 29:23 -319 :B:!i::24B: 9 55 Biiess 39.01 -319 0.01 BBiibas 8.60 4.18 6.41 30.38 -3.12 o.oi 6.84 8.60 4.18 0.12 30.31 -3.12 0.01 0.77 8.60 2 75 :: -o:?o 29:50 •3 3: sioBiB': SJ-SHB: SSiSts: 1.89 39.6! J - warn •BttiSB;: 8.31 2.34 -3.20 29.19 -3.34 6 oi 0.04 7.42 2 34 -4.86 30.37 -3.22 0.01 -0.45 6.66 3.34 • -5.64 . .30.B6 311 "o.oi -0.60 968 234 -4.76 30.78 111 :::0 01 • •040 10.30 2.34 -3.74 31.67 -3.62 o.oi -6.04 84 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 I96S 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 197S 1977 1978 1979 19B0 19U1 19S2 1983 1 Apr 32 91 43 72 2-Apr n/a 34 53 3-Apr n/a 29.48 4-Apr n/a 25.30 5-Apr n/a 19 44 6-Apr n/a 14.18 7-Apr n/a 17.84 8-Apr n/a 34.96 9-Apr n/a 37.36 10-Apr n/a 44 53 11-Apr n/a 53.36 12-Apr n/a 58.55 13-Apr n/a 59 30 14-Apr n/a 61 04 15-Apr n/a 55.01 16-Apr 37.92 53.88 17-Apr 32.86 45.75 18-Apr 30.27 39 51 19-Apr 35.36 31.55 20-Apr 44.58 25.11 21-Apr 46 98 22 51 22-Apr 47 30 19.85 23-Apr 45.58 20.15 24-Apr 51.57 26.66 25-Apr 53.73 33.58 26-Apr 53.27 38 82 27-Apr 60.34 43.48 28-Apr 62.07 41.96 29-Apr 6206 43 21 30-Apr 66.77 41 65 1-May 71.61 38.83 2-May 77.09 31.88 3-May 80.98 27.47 4-May 73 04 26 17 5-May 56.79 32.80 6-May 55.01 40.10 7-May 74 79 73 21 8-May 87.57 87.33 9-May 88.33 100.15 10-May 92.87 100.89 11-May 88 56 106.45 12-May 83 63 11521 13-May 83.77 112.45 14-May 86.23 103.98 15-May 73 91 78 68 16-May 84.79 76 35 17-May 89.44 93.06 18-May 91.92 111.15 19-May 94.40 114.65 20 May 102.71 118 34 21-May 100.77 117.63 22-May 102.24 132.11 23-May 93 71 184 84 24-May 93 64 171.45 25-May 83.96 151.75 26-May 91.53 134.36 27-May 92.58 n/a 28-May 94 02 n/a 29-May 93.43 n/a 30-May 89.99 n/a 31-May 7322 n/a 1-Jun 71 25 "' n/a;::. 2-Jun 70.28 n/a 3-Jun 63.30 106.44 4-Jun 70 23 136.67 5-Jun 68 70 149 78 6-Jun 72.87 146.59 7-Jun 80.34 134.12 8 Jun 77 12 145 59 9 Jun 7316 173.64 10-Jun 72.45 176.46 11-Jun 71.97 169.04 36.07 34.78 35.58 31.04 27.58 27.53 24.89 20.57 25.66 32.96 44.32 51.13 52.38 58 84 68.61 71.11 73.96 63.80 60.00 52.33 47.19 43 27 35.14 26.42 32.08 35 35 38.78 44.91 41.96 43 06 48.75 50.99 72.69 68.77 56.66 67.93 67.61 61 40 65.51 50.00 41.43 44.45 45.67 48.60 79.18 73 68 83.26 92.18 93.22 99.66 100.53 80.15 82.83 79 73 92.50 98.13 85.39 90.85 91.40 91.73 93.10 13817 142.57 147.48 165 56 189.89 199.75 205.02 193.65 150.27 151.20 144.37 19.90 26 79 32.19 43.67 46 75 44.87 45.37 43.77 36.72 31 43 30.01 36.96 40 82 38.35 44.60 47.58 57.78 59.55 49.71 44.75 44 36 38.48 38.54 33.68 58.81 6839 65.01 57.57 60 82 54.19 54.34 53.03 43.31 47 74 45.45 57.66 88 49 92.03 91.86 97.71 126 92 138 01 122.76 113.84 103 41 91.75 84.39 42.38 45.69 46.94 43.98 57.81 70.21 64.18 74.41 75.51 83.52 88 05 77.46 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 39.12 36.87 41 99 53.86 55.72 55.81 36 00 41.09 43.59 41.42 3919 33 28 32.65 26.70 22 51 18 61 18.78 11.69 13.85 13 26 16.43 19.98 24.45 25 30 34.41 34.14 37 15 32 29 41.64 39.91 42.27 40.88 51.81 51.38 56 51 56 22 52.47 50.45 5019 51.74 70.57 70.93 78.26 73 55 69.23 77.38 6417 68.48 69.64 65.21 67.29 69 50 58.94 68.09 63.66 86 50 78.70 88.14 90.93 107.27 113.66 117.15 123.73 150 68 155.73 169.16 166 38 158.75 160.16 153.56 125.29 120 73 116.43 112.61 120 47 103.52 85.73 86.87 27 40 31 34 35.35 37.09 3610 42 78 51.29 55.17 60 09 66.01 67.40 69.50 73.94 69 65 68.34 65.19 5518 50.05 46.52 41.31 39 45 37 06 39.63 45.36 55 51 63 46 63.55 57.51 60 80 66 24 80.55 83.22 76 69 81 60 88.77 88.04 77.79 52 05 44.77 46.57 65 15 90.06 100.54 140.26 162.71 176 92 183.02 167.34 151.66 144.83 107.62 103.39 99 85 67 26 64.89 70.40 72 47 70 91 102.09 107.84 125.12 13518 122.79 120.04 126.71 119.69 105.23 87.46 72.59 74 62 79.32 78.17 21.19 22 40 23.55 24.02 21 50 19.03 16.96 23.30 25.14 28 69 25.84 33.90 44 23 79.66 86.16 86.50 84.04 95 34 94.09 79.28 45 63 38.84 36.02 41.60 39.34 32 09 32.49 26.06 30 99 37.12 34.27 32.18 39.66 54 61 62.78 59.78 55 81 52.48 55.47 51.42 48.30 44 08 41.05 34.66 3516 35.90 47.86 52.23 60.52 59 41 74.42 82.86 74 45 62.98 53.01 44.41 51.88 56 68 56.85 63.46 76 59 88.73 89.66 78.18 64.02 58 36 55.94 54.44 49 56 62.97 86.08 93.26 31 97 33.11 29.84 26.74 24.72 23 66 25.65 29.38 34 04 41.91 53.90 59.17 60.37 6011 59.31 57.85 5618 45.87 38.64 39.55 39.18 31 94 26.29 26.71 24.28 26.30 25.76 24.37 25.59 42 30 51.23 60.25 58 59 60.88 63.62 60.05 55.76 51 84 82.65 100.78 100 20 100 77 105.53 113.54 111 57 90.96 80.47 75.20 77.56 82.66 60.72 57.35 56.83 65 09 74.62 75.31 62 44 67.90 86.69 106.09 117.93 151 33 152.82 163.01 145.33 121 43 115.53 117.18 69.65 87 82 102.82 114.84 18.61 22.19 36.64 40.06 41 77 50 68 66.45 62.35 51.70 49 92 48.81 45.04 42 53 41 09 37.04 40.65 29.06 25 58 28.67 25.74 22 36 26 65 30.02 27.34 32 79 44 70 62.14 74.35 95 62 104 31 125.45 134.63 11665 111.88 91.75 96.55 71 58 67 23 81.01 91.94 85.99 96 71 85.39 76.41 69 95 65.23 61.71 69.29 70.42 7514 77.80 80.69 62 55 65.38 59.92 55.53 51.53 47 33 41.02 36.89 32 45 35 53 37.17 38.17 45 02 55 09 73.43 95.82 101.56 104 94 95.52 91.83 30.22 33 41 41.21 40.97 62 11 66 41 87.00 98.71 91.39 86 28 78.84 81.20 67 67 31.94 28.20 27.16 28.95 32 68 25.34 32.15 42 45 63 20 75.67 82.67 94.19 94 58 88.76 87.96 98 21 95.90 90.41 80.55 75.82 74 97 76.65 67.61 70 51 71,87 73.91 86.30 80.58 80 12 79.54 70.74 62 79 46 57 41.53 42.66 50.44 5419 52.21 54.21 54 38 53 86 81.78 77.77 75.77 75 94 77.04 79.64 8011 54.07 56.10 51.76 64.29 66 90 82.16 98.77 11935 131.24 151.86 172.38 27.00 28.98 39.16 42.45 40.51 39 39 41.00 43.56 45.85 54.96 57.02 69.25 73.01 64 09 55.78 50.00 30.01 37.57 30.03 25.41 29.18 31.44 29.68 39.11 38.99 42.65 47.91 42.07 44.14 54,78 51.94 55.19 57.11 63.35 76.73 82.87 90.57 91 74 92.38 95.82 86.07 79.95 65.44 49.76 41.55 44 17 39.05 52.00 75 85 87.48 101.38 111.99 118.73 129 94 126.22 113.71 76.36 72.76 73.51 90.13 120.91 141.13 151.57 187.89 200 87 211.69 202.66 192.50 172.61 171 54 153.12 145.68 31.36 34 46 38.63 34.36 39 03 38.13 37.65 29.85 26.17 25.20 32.54 35.58 33 75 30.93 31.72 33.68 31.65 3328 27.54 30.66 41 91 55.16 69.48 73.40 72.90 96 71 111.20 112.40 11008 105.83 105.83 100.66 83.74 64 05 47.33 41.69 38 00 35.35 37.15 43.68 44.14 46 06 49.65 64.22 77 62 74.59 73.01 72.35 74.54 8835 84.96 95.79 108 54 105 26 115.54 112.19 119.09 117.92 116.74 118.59 125 85 136.61 173.23 170.72 172.87 155 88 159.23 160.19 152 71 122 57 120.37 122.57 32 62 40 36 59.00 63.57 71.27 64 98 62.73 60.67 55.58 44 28 40.37 69.73 80.00 82 75 79.73 77.15 84 30 76.42 45.06 34.15 37 56 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a |::ft/a|| n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 54 49 52 74 45.43 50.54 58 84 67 19 49.96 51.88 51.48 5515 56.59 51.83 47.93 46 00 46.24 48.57 52.84 43 34 35.69 39.14 46 78 42 58 47.93 48.88 23 46 17.89 16.91 14.31 20.06 19 97 23.12 28.32 28.34 25.49 28.33 24.02 27 40 35 75 33.82 42.01 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 73.85 59 07 55.27 45.55 48.52 44.44 46 07 49.72 51.68 43 57 50.68 38.45 45.51 31 34 36 43 36.13 39.26 38 66 57 08 61.58 66.12 66 00 67 01 70.62 72.60 60 70 53.53 42.67 46.56 56.69 64 07 64.50 59.95 66 61 88 59 100.22 119.03 101.71 114 01 135.90 139.17 127 87 99.63 86.72 81.92 75.28 58 42 50.10 47.00 19.50 25 87 22.72 24.57 20 85 22.70 25.65 30.59 35.78 39 45 45.81 52.27 45 67 38.76 32.53 26.69 22.59 17 65 19.93 34.92 66 63 80.38 90.57 89.98 103 97 104 02 104.85 102.23 69 36 65.97 62.94 59.41 50.53 42 77 41.44 50.94 49 07 52.73 57.92 64.39 75.09 76 90 74.05 68.89 75 40 71.83 67.27 59.78 58.55 61 30 70.85 78.86 84 07 80.09 82.25 81.75 91.03 10457 125.05 140.13 159 62 173.11 169.03 151.97 132.76 121.86 86.49 60.35 53 92 66.47 86.58 107.06 22.17 19.85 15.69 17.88 21.49 29 44 35.94 38.40 40 98 49.34 46.05 38.42 38.57 39 25 48.78 54.59 6614 74.83 88.97 87.26 85.09 77,49 73.38 67.43 62 63 52.04 48.18 52.75 62.62 65 94 74.04 82.46 85 31 82.86 73.86 65.90 55.92 57 10 49.54 52.29 52 84 69.28 74.19 85.99 94.29 92 53 87.37 92.79 80 83 72.55 71.49 69.48 89.77 129 35 134.11 155.69 158.55 174.85 221.33 224.96 230.72 221 51 194.87 164.92 134 39 57.49 56.68 71.46 76.38 82 32 95.60 94.79 85 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 - continued 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 19-11 19S2 1983 12-Jun 75.36 165.75 135.30 58.57 74.08 71 24 101.85 130.65 83 67 184.68 126 02 122 85 69 29 52 08 119.54 10415 13-Jun 75.24 163 42 97 70 58.83 71 32 73 02 135.35 134 13 73 91 148 88 88.97 11357 77 79 6313 128 47 105 74 14-Jun 85.12 165.04 89.39 56.02 64.02 80.81 142.88 127.24 62.04 131.53 68.70 115.63 83.77 95.00 138.75 101.74 15-Jun 82.29 169.22 81.39 55.26 44.45 85.80 140.90 116.77 54.42 132.91 56.74 123.29 81.68 81.16 138.25 87.21 16-Jun 95 89 153 62 88.02 52 44 41.76 80 32 125 62 105.49 45 84 122 27 53.45 114 35 84.58 86.03 130.57 80.52 17-Jun 91 18 172 59 85 86 62.40 4814 76 70 126.55 75 91 66 61 162.52 57 29 87.07 83 04 84 87 155.66 77.57 18-Jun 96.15 183.68 92.72 60.49 68.93 53.08 128.34 75.62 83.78 162.36 63.88 79.07 83.10 89.39 169.46 78.22 19-Jun 87.63 180.84 95.82 68.83 80.19 49.29 129.56 77.16 94.64 151.85 79.00 81.58 86.88 88.38 176.43 70.61 20-Jun 86 54 171.50 112 49 66.22 79.39 76 46 127.25 77 51 93 45 145.98 93.33 75.97 106.95 70 87 187.11 65.52 21 Jun 86.50 157 11 124.48 79 46 85.72 97 28 122.36 69.93 91.24 134 86 102.87 6536 107 86 51 91 18738 66.68 22-Jun 93.71 146.52 138.68 72.88 81.78 107.12 120.34 66.38 105.69 115.48 106.86 58.96 112.93 51.85 185.14 55.30 23-Jun 92.44 124.66 141.25 66.95 78.27 120.03 130.10 61.46 122.71 132.36 103.14 62.42 116.80 45.44 193.27 64.55 24 Jun 98.29 99 34 138.42 53 40 74.29 111.93 12812 71.59 116.98 100 73 94.28 73.25 110 82 55 95 182 11 59.80 25-Jun 86 71 67.84 126 16 53.48 55.67 106 62 126.21 67 43 83 57 82.13 92 83 102 45 109 37 62 11 172 75 67 88 26-Jun 91.26 65.79 122.91 56.50 40.51 123.80 99.24 53.68 85.21 83.55 79.47 119.38 88.15 76.39 154.49 66.82 27-Jun 103.83 59.84 95.86 53.25 37.73 130.99 80.30 50.18 92.55 80.61 89.27 136.07 62.10 90.91 137.57 84.05 28-Jun 10516 58.63 89.89 33.05 4513 101.01 63.00 53 66 109 40 80.71 95.92 146.49 55.02 95 20 121.20 83 57 29-Jun 107.81 44 72 82.98 41.83 52 87 97.24 92 91 59.18 107.79 98 20 104.49 155 34 57.84 115.94 112 60 89.37 30-Jun 132.66 59.83 75.37 46.12 64.44 90.94 93.61 78.42 92.88 97.19 110.49 142.12 58.20 122.62 109.40 81.19 1-Jul 163.42 80.72 72.74 60.04 81.31 107.63 89.70 91.66 94.41 105.24 106.49 141.23 82.32 119.73 88.03 89.36 2 Jul 179 37 7511 72.05 7484 113 33 112.09 8018 100.87 99 69 120 32 109.11 123 42 93.00 110.08 79 76 88.71 3-Jul 182 04 60 40 97 41 69.77 158.10 11395 91.06 11749 100 94 11824 11815 101.47 10315 111.68 66.35 85 26 4-Jul 178.70 74.48 108.72 73.36 184.09 110.93 88.82 142.79 84.72 115.64 114.35 91.20 100.76 114.88 69.47 79.33 5-Jul 181.40 85.90 114.42 84.39 210.20 99.76 100.18 179.22 85.24 117.56 95.36 74.28 101.18 114.19 69.77 83.02 6-Jul 189 60 95.96 11947 77.16 218.30 90 31 89.17 190 84 85.36 104.24 86 13 68.97 95.88 113.24 62.91 83 38 7 Jul 188 56 93 44 131.21 80 04 206 08 82.95 77 61 201.05 93 92 100 04 92.85 83.21 99 76 115.57 66 35 88.88 8-Jul 159.99 86.28 142.78 70.28 186.03 70.25 83.57 183.78 87.52 103.86 100.91 92.52 97.60 115.47 70.78 86.87 9-Jul 151.99 103.23 156.05 59.83 155.57 76.16 78.01 185.57 79.18 100.79 98.88 92.12 94.60 125.39 80.29 87.37 10 Jul 135 33 104 05 128.13 56 96 135 07 73.19 71 36 181.21 76 47 102 18 94.77 90 34 106 44 106.69 86 01 99.32 11-Jul 127.15 97 44 125 29 61.33 106 45 74 04 74.09 176 96 81 24 103 49 81 62 82.91 111 46 98 49 90.26 98 65 12-Jul 124.61 108.19 123.13 65.14 62.85 87.63 68.52 157.88 n/a 94.47 80.18 86.44 108.35 78.98 116.19 85.16 13-Jul 103.07 110.89 114.17 71.30 53.17 109.24 74.73 155.73 n/a 95.22 98.93 89.73 112.21 77.51 114.78 75.71 14-Jul 75.53 117.76 126 57 83.80 56.54 131.13 83.13 140 33 n/a 82.12 107 51 96.73 104.80 80.12 124.62 71.79 15 Jul 76 32 114 12 148.95 106 70 66.25 148.03 76 24 124 93 n/a 80 00 113.53 111.32 84.68 86.38 107 61 73.13 16-Jul 70.12 94.37 137.38 119.31 77.63 149.06 76.63 113.63 n/a 80.60 121.44 147.90 72.65 90.89 108.86 71.37 17-Jul 83.84 103.92 134.31 160.10 105.48 177.92 76.04 103.65 n/a 70.18 125.06 157.88 71.01 107.46 101.13 75.50 18 Jul 77 30 120 81 143.36 166 30 163 46 205.23 75 45 96.84 i:|:n/a;;;!| 83.43 147.17 18314 78.58 114.87 98 87 72.57 19-Jul 72.00 134.69 147 28 167.36 189.48 195 80 80.72 100 85 97 19 158 02 198.57 81 57 11896 76.38 96 52 20-Jul 81.35 135.88 151.40 176.42 211.84 180.94 76.30 96.65 n/a 117.38 157.01 201.27 76.23 106.25 79.00 115.44 21-Jul 92.57 130.99 132.47 174.03 214.49 160.79 76.60 97.44 n/a 125.42 152.49 199.43 100.48 93.65 69.03 121.33 22-Jul 93.98 129.63 127.17 167 93 210.14 143.46 76.82 119.15 n/a 121.76 169 34 198.96 125.55 106.01 75.69 119.52 23 Jul 95 62 132.49 134.45 16917 203 37 137.57 84 33 169 22 n/a 123 95 184.20 183.29 141 28 93.85 71 36 12911 24-Jul 100.98 146.80 129.52 167.24 191.20 127.40 94.84 180.07 n/a 152.40 195.80 163.18 137.14 91.48 89.59 135.11 25-Jul 119.99 130.03 93.00 169.46 173.37 86.63 106.82 183.63 nla 154.50 191.75 158.00 128.76 95.92 122.72 125.56 26 Jul 134.97 129 82 63.39 194 38 172 93 76 87 106.23 184.02 nla 153 79 198.70 167.78 130 82 99.72 142 72 117.63 27-Jul 139 68 135.82 64 73 196.23 161.82 102 28 108 70 203.32 nla 153.58 180 92 153.66 154 77 123.43 161.51 106 99 28-Jul 139.01 130.01 74.98 203.22 141.23 136.26 114.14 189.05 n/a 154.17 177.22 147.94 159.76 131.83 184.87 102.90 29-Jul 142.47 135.87 64.90 223.68 134.39 156.11 126.30 188.54 n/a 141.28 151.13 142.19 135.32 142.91 189.12 92.71 30 Jul 149 67 141.78 56.88 22919 137.04 166.85 137.69 159.37 n/a 137.99 143 52 153 62 143.48 142.48 199.61 126.56 31-Jul 153.01 13011 73.03 226 59 152 85 166.95 158 28 143 95 n/a 134 06 151.79 173 87 151 75 144.61 201.82 126.72 1-Aug 149.99 135.08 100.94 204.55 141.86 179.43 162.16 149.54 n/a 148.62 150.16 166.62 155.97 135.97 174.86 127.36 2-Aug 143.27 134.95 111.57 197.22 132.53 190.72 171.11 142.56 n/a 147.44 144.92 158.55 147.28 125.21 146.28 125.59 3 Aug 135.48 127 22 107.57 181 01 131 18 183.67 164 98 97.53 n/a 14917 168.71 162.39 127 90 107.59 93 25 124.80 4-Aug 130 56 124 01 106 26 170 78 123 69 142 48 165.85 11733 167.73 17519 159 35 121 18 109 25 67.86 123 12 5-Aug 136.42 109.73 126.10 127.23 127.28 120.19 165.08 106.53 nla 173.57 169.69 168.89 114.21 112.88 62.96 135.51 6-Aug 123.60 100.36 127.59 117.40 133.36 112.00 155.54 102.82 nla 171.85 160.36 177.94 107.20 147.06 64.93 119.25 7-Aug 121.79 83.19 118.24 117.85 145.85 105.98 149.13 97 64 nla 162.12 165 87 156.49 9717 156.35 69.69 113.76 8 Aug 130.88 78 96 105.55 138 86 147 04 102.38 143.73 84.89 75 61 148 91 193.05 139 63 108.54 186.27 86 33 126.93 9-Aug 157.19 92.75 113.53 147.83 161.30 94.51 142.69 92.81 68.25 148.18 202.63 126.31 119.11 193.40 109.12 128.72 10-Aug 173.63 90.60 120.25 176.30 159.67 93.06 138.01 100.16 73.48 154.47 199.83 118.72 181.46 190.72 114.66 145.47 11 Aug 175.33 100 88 146.67 17626 162 70 85.45 121 37 84.27 96 38 158 79 177.70 121.18 196 48 198.43 114 49 144 39 12-Aug 151 43 95 49 131.47 186 00 173.71 93,65 116.07 8712 99.65 170.32 161 20 118.89 202 93 189 83 106.56 13711 13-Aug 142.07 100.63 145.73 173.15 176.19 114.01 111.38 113.91 113.63 177.91 n/a 117.97 202.82 193.21 107.26 127.66 14-Aug 118.41 121.36 145.79 159.79 169.28 121.63 101.25 121.54 97.38 187.06 n/a 119.93 191.45 205.12 91.93 129.94 15-Aug 113 15 120.31 154 01 158.09 121.69 127.35 95.75 138 37 115.85 187.54 n/a 115 83 180.08 208.63 73.13 121.67 16 Aug 70 93 128 03 155.81 149 61 101 22 128.27 95 77 130.54 117.79 201 07 n/a 106 58 177 42 192.20 73 44 126.75 17-Aug 56.41 115.25 146.04 123.57 93.48 116.42 102.21 119.14 104.38 213.13 n/a 111.17 137.68 184.50 81.31 119.82 18-Aug 57.06 98.64 142.55 111.93 96.06 115.22 101.31 114.45 77.80 223.53 n/a 102.07 89.73 186.19 85.40 121.37 19 Aug 66 02 109 31 151.29 121 56 94 82 113.56 91 49 108.50 65.85 212 62 n/a 93.23 78.08 191.86 10331 128.26 20 Aug 60.57 95 82 150 49 11510 97 19 90 58 92.46 88 69 n/a 215.79 74.52 78 16 180 05 114.04 126 78 21-Aug 56.38 71.50 153.17 111.63 94.67 89.38 92.57 65.76 n/a 204.70 65.58 74.67 81.25 168.69 128.20 125.27 22-Aug 33.68 65.70 127.18 110.24 109.68 93.85 99.36 56.72 n/a 185.80 81.03 82.08 88.95 152.75 125.62 126.32 86 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 - continued 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 I974 1975 1977 1978 1979 19R0 1981 I952 1903 23- Aug 24- Aug 25- Aug 26- Aug 27- Aug 28- Aug 29- Aug 30- Aug 31 Aug 1- Sop 2- Sep 3- Sep 4- Sep 5- Sop 6- Sep 7- Sep 8- Sep 9- Sep 10- Sep 11- Sep 12- Scp 13- Sop 14- Sep 15- Sep 16- Sep 17- Sep 18- Sep 19- Sep 20- Sep 21- Sop 22- Sep 23- Sep 24- Sep 25- Scp 26- Sep 27- Sep 28- Sep 29- Sep 30- Sep I- Oct 2 Oct 3- Oct 4- Oct 5- Oct 6- Oet 7- Oct 8- Oct 9- Oct 10- Oct I I- Oct 12- Oct 13- Oct 14- Oct 15- Oct 16- Oct 17- Oct 18- Oct 19- Oct 20- Oct 21- Oct 22 Oct 23- Oct 24- Oct 25- Oct 26- Oct 27- Oct 28- Oct 29- Oct 30 Oct 31 Oct 1- Nov 2- Nov 44.19 3916 38.32 31.73 41.69 57 62 66.97 67.44 8419 92 62 103.02 102.48 108 28 10513 105.88 100.28 98 78 8554 72.80 63.98 61 86 54 23 46.90 25.15 35.68 47 32 53.22 65.72 66 03 58.48 66.76 64.64 58.84 61 18 59.59 59.88 72 07 75 57 65.09 72.81 65 59 62 31 53.04 49.49 44.84 43 74 34.59 28.13 21 06 21 58 18.15 13.12 15.40 17 98 12.61 14.16 12 86 1466 13.72 12.25 1417 16.24 16.25 21.74 26 68 28.26 24.97 25.30 26.12 22 18 22.18 16.60 60.55 69.70 77.88 79.51 84 56 85.35 85.59 87.01 87.48 98 17 106.76 104.85 102 80 101.73 104.33 114.03 112.81 121 11 132.10 131.26 118 73 110.54 106.75 113.16 85.63 64 36 44.08 42.72 36 93 29.68 17.07 20.86 16.78 24 99 30.86 30.35 32 73 35.62 35.09 44.72 44.09 48 26 48.17 51.77 68 09 62.79 54.89 44.47 46.83 51.90 53.16 46.73 52 99 54 48 57.75 58.94 54.58 42.29 35.40 37.23 31 65 26 67 21.90 19.80 22.50 23 93 15.84 14.93 13 29 11 93 11.73 9.98 126 79 121 33 102.25 102.41 90.00 77 50 85.34 79.60 68.28 91.98 80.68 81.10 B6.08 69 52 55.14 45.00 48.89 57.37 58.33 60.47 68.98 83.13 87.39 84.55 84 86 75.93 67.14 61.96 58.54 47 89 45.65 40.61 47.64 50.11 57.05 68.84 77.17 86 09 88.12 82.14 84 68 79.86 66.46 58.19 55.38 49 85 39.95 35.91 21.55 19.78 24.53 24.74 29 02 38.97 39.82 39.90 40.11 34.18 31.49 24.40 17.57 11 70 14.31 12.30 14.13 13.39 17.78 19.12 20.55 25 73 28.88 31.91 106.68 107 49 100.57 88.09 100 52 122.60 117.89 112.83 107.27 96 68 81.72 63.67 48 48 46.69 52.31 44.82 43.25 45 03 42.33 43.56 41 64 38.39 49.91 60.50 70.04 8353 88.12 84.97 8410 82.45 92.23 82.59 67.03 58.20 56.26 45.78 35J97 26.73 21.28 26.44 26.11 2338 30.98 40.39 4768 44.09 50.31 62.65 65.05 68.85 59.92 49.35 42 44 43.57 41.35 38.01 26.47 28.86 26.65 27.36 20 88 18.63 19.64 18.44 16 82 18 19 17.22 16.25 1325 11.39 12.62 10.82 119.67 131 03 134.20 138.23 135 91 145.56 132.10 136.73 142.69 141 40 167.40 187.07 177 74 180.88 171.39 145.00 122.49 108 35 71.75 55.54 61.99 69 53 76.33 82.53 77.85 74 36 71.78 68.50 48.19 40 33 29.51 31.96 28.07 32 78 30.45 36.18 35.87 41 15 41.50 41.80 50 72 54.04 54.66 56.74 56.21 62 06 61.70 53.93 48.62 49.92 52.48 50.15 47.81 4912 50.65 53.20 47.81 39.32 34.97 30.72 23 45 2015 12.64 11.20 12.96 12 05 14.88 19.97 17.22 17 97 17.31 19.68 87 68 99.19 101.67 101.14 101.46 89 42 76.30 80.66 80 83 90 22 89.99 81.32 98 14 168 20 151.96 137.38 119.90 114.43 128.51 124.90 88.19 98 49 114.14 126.10 126.93 126.21 116.17 112.08 101.77 86 46 71.10 49.73 38 07 39 19 36.00 46.45 62 59 69 05 79.62 75.85 73 55 74 02 85.47 62.56 47.78 41 19 40.68 36.98 34 54 26.59 18.34 15.92 16 06 18 36 15.81 22.05 28 65 29.92 30.04 27.61 20 69 22 85 16.73 10.76 12 88 15 55 16.60 19.98 17.66 16 71 18.15 17.95 87.22 79 69 72.92 90.71 11524 138.94 172.86 197.07 212.31 225 67 222.01 223.63 220 00 182.16 162.14 157.79 140.95 11802 76.35 66.54 74 68 84.24 111.71 115.64 127.44 145.50 154.67 155.28 16438 152.28 154.90 157.59 155.32 15857 148.03 143.54 135 74 123.82 115.03 77.01 54.67 53 75 50.67 56.76 56 38 53.45 50.89 '58.69 60.49 53 05 49.31 45.95 46 94 55.55 58.96 62.22 70.83 71 83 71.69 67.89 66 39 58.85 54.93 51.09 34.98 31 31 27.41 24.25 23 64 19.88 16.24 15.41 52 59 56.57 51.02 51.04 46.04 39 82 36.54 32.81 31 71 32.24 33.89 40.48 57.86 80.20 100.91 113.71 111.83 115 34 117.51 115.34 116.75 117 53 113.74 129.11 116 91 103 53 103.62 99.21 88.96 89 26 91.40 99.32 108.36 102.75 93.24 84.83 84.16 67 95 73.08 94.62 102.64 9714 93.10 88.78 79.24 69 56 41.05 28.69 26 45 26.47 26.86 29.78 26.92 22 97 25.88 20.00 19 52 14.99 13.49 12.71 18.39 17 53 21.14 22.24 17 16 15.67 12.38 11.18 8.92 812 7.96 9.05 n/a n/a n/a n/a 67 91 52 57 65.36 75.34 85 03 90.59 85.92 88.68 9611 79 75 66.14 62.46 63 76 71 49 75.47 80.87 8817 89.95 88.91 81.01 76.39 67.88 57.76 67.92 99 67 113 79 117.43 103.26 93.22 99 35 92.63 76.84 67 42 56 83 61.25 65.34 66 50 58 50 51.90 38.41 37.21 36.31 45.61 44.95 44.85 4037 40.51 43.93 38.05 4213 43.27 45.20 44.52 41 79 41.92 41.85 36 66 3210 28.23 22.02 15 76 13 72 11.45 11.61 15 98 1566 16.84 18.28 160.86 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 65.62 78 82 83.65 71.48 66 40 68 05 76.34 77.94 69.21 65 65 69.54 72.55 79.48 78.06 72.00 75.47 67.26 66 99 66.82 61.42 54 72 54 52 50.02 56.09 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 72.53 71.95 63 71 61.59 54.39 42 99 34.10 26.57 28.56 27.97 27 14 31.82 29.83 3511 48 01 46.92 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 85.74 78.56 69.30 74.16 82.17 82 51 75.92 77.55 91.33 96.65 95.23 77.25 64.05 64 62 49.51 28.51 38.26 41.09 42.30 48.84 47.27 46 77 48.20 43.15 49 84 54.01 59.56 71.02 73.83 71 00 66.76 57.40 58.99 48.35 55.31 52.18 60.67 63 06 66.18 64.01 71.24 64.16 63.04 61.47 73.86 7619 77.76 79.23 68 47 59.41 59.25 53.93 52.97 51 93 49.35 49.44 52.53 53.74 54.37 56.64 51.92 4518 42.63 46.78 31.39 24.86 21.79 18.12 19.93 22 55 20.74 19.84 88.76 8067 90.73 109.63 118 95 117 73 116.99 117.57 119.06 126.20 108.05 90.19 8726 79.21 74.92 74.62 56.19 54 62 66.10 64.66 72.99 88.29 118.48 132.97 143.49 142 24 155.64 154.19 140 92 93.32 78.23 78.03 81.08 75.34 71.56 63.03 61.29 62.80 54.39 51.32 33.67 43.84 52.63 63.37 62 51 65 89 61.04 67.38 63.43 6454 60.38 54.04 47 64 44.87 37.43 26.24 21.34 18.93 19.06 25.15 26.39 24.19 24.32 20.48 21.62 1924 13.28 14.16 16 99 16.97 21.63 23.97 82 77 78 78 109.11 114.38 106 64 103 32 95.83 97.37 96 48 72.96 58.25 61.99 67.18 80 55 77.71 70.90 71.71 83 45 79.90 89.18 75.02 67 86 89.37 91.90 90 27 96.16 85.07 75.75 73.62 68 28 58.78 38.44 34.26 38 42 58.76 63.08 52.92 45 38 43.81 48.01 53 25 68 67 69.44 76.81 89 61 93 91 89.50 83.09 76 61 78.28 65.66 48.31 47 19 45 32 48.40 40.32 34.80 32.98 39.13 41.32 41.66 39 66 34.17 33.18 35 44 28.28 25.87 22.67 22.35 19 51 19.68 15.82 148.37 142.07 132.08 114.07 106.03 113 49 122.22 91.24 90 35 88.17 86.87 80.24 82.83 76 89 74.35 122.24 123.72 140.13 145.90 123.55 131.48 147 40 117.76 125.94 135.44 131.47 145.51 139.67 118.55 110 50 91.97 55.46 54 42 40.07 50.72 59.58 63.88 61 59 67.42 62.63 60 51 33.68 32.39 25.86 35 38 29 91 26.14 27.99 30 68 26 74 29.45 24.11 28.08 32 29 34.69 36.71 35 34 32.85 25.54 21.54 1990 22 54 24.64 26.59 24 66 30.20 29.31 25.01 16.64 17 43 16.02 12.92 135.70 165 64 181.41 175.02 179 44 182.11 168.60 156.37 141.13 98 02 108.23 108.79 108 07 102.86 95.20 98.83 101.77 77 48 69.16 63.60 70 36 59.81 57.11 57.61 86.56 9717 114.37 127.57 142 36 132.08 112.91 90.03 85.82 68 85 43.56 37.30 37 77 42.26 42.42 48.49 51.99 54 92 59.10 55.25 52 96 50.28 34.84 30.84 28.42 27 56 32.29 39.08 47 55 56.90 58.67 62.39 55.48 53.87 53.81 50.62 42 64 36.29 36.09 39.59 31.58 20 56 14.16 10.93 11 50 13.96 9.35 9.51 119.76 122 50 115 28 118.59 109.40 109 38 97.94 81.72 79 82 82.07 76.85 67.70 59.22 70.93 87.40 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 83.67 113 39 124.41 122.61 122.45 116.01 111.99 107.26 84.17 59 78 51.26 51.18 44 54 42.14 43.48 39.00 41.57 41.01 36.89 37.19 36 52 32.81 37.13 37.15 37.23 31 26 32.32 34.83 34 74 31.08 36.35 31.26 33.66 26.39 22.77 23.34 19 68 15.93 16.00 16.97 21.78 23 40 19.56 23.33 87 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 - continued 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1932 1983 3-Nov 17.28 9.78 32 30 7.82 21.01 2010 20.75 12 77 23 03 n/a 18 24 24.81 15.47 14 79 16.15 22 66 4 Nov 19 05 9.79 30.57 9 62 20.36 13 91 24 52 15.92 28 85 n/a 16.29 24 47 15.08 20.56 18 57 22.80 5-Nov 14.63 11.43 27.57 11.56 15.38 11.47 23.89 15.09 29.10 n/a 17.68 29.33 16.15 27.67 17.98 22.20 6-Nov 15.07 13.88 24.61 10.86 11.50 11.03 21.19 17.04 25.35 n/a 14.89 27.99 14.43 30.98 19.64 19.85 7-Nov 15 74 1308 20.31 11 69 7 88 1015 21 28 11.15 26 33 n/a 11.64 n/a 13.16 32.44 16 35 15.89 8-Nov 16 81 12.74 16 91 11.87 9 01 8.30 21.20 1619 25 51 n/a 7 09 Biift/aBK 14.11 33 50 16.37 15 53 9-Nov 21.31 9.46 14.51 12.09 8.66 11.87 18.36 20.08 21.96 n/a 9.90 n/a 16.45 30.11 16.04 11.01 10-Nov 17.53 8.64 10.03 13.01 9.05 10.12 11.86 19.15 15.96 n/a 14.95 n/a 13.19 35.37 13.13 15.81 11-Nov 13 39 8.25 6.05 9.26 8.99 12 70 10.01 1361 10.03 n/a 17.17 13.50 35 10 12.74 14 93 12-Nov 12.83 7 57 5.83 6 15 9 87 13.62 9 27 11.00 810 n/a 16.08 11 73 29.96 11 95 14.67 13-Nov 11.27 8 8 0 7.43 6.82 10.24 10.14 7.73 12.06 10.48 n/a 17.51 n/a 13.82 24.78 11.48 14.00 14-Nov 10.36 7.88 9.28 7.73 12.00 10.61 7.81 13.07 13.06 n/a 14.84 15.82 15.78 19.11 10.54 14.35 15-Nev 11 78 8 41 9.56 9 86 11.60 12.86 8 92 10.64 14 76 n/a 15.74 15.97 11 01 18.11 10 73 15.31 16-Nov 9 78 11 38 8 27 10.35 12 98 11 73 10.20 9 01 15.09 n/a 14 06 16.08 11 44 14 26 11.86 12 95 17-Nov 9.28 11.12 9.05 11.06 11.56 11.68 10.54 8.99 14.36 n/a 12.65 13.55 11.87 10.82 9.85 7.30 18-Nov 9.66 11.34 11.32 10.27 9.26 10.20 8.18 7.65 15.74 n/a 12.03 13.92 12.44 7.51 8.97 7.16 19-Nov 10.48 11.94 12.19 9.60 9 74 9 04 8.53 8 84 17.20 n/a 11.28 13.76 11.15 7.31 7.51 7 07 20 Nov 11 43 9 72 12.61 6 1 3 11.36 8.00 6 98 8.52 1617 n/a 9.74 12.91 9 29 8.98 6 82 6.61 21-Nov 10.89 10.69 13.22 6.95 10.12 7.89 5.39 7.79 13.98 n/a 8.54 15.67 6.36 7.92 6.72 6.68 22-Nov 8.50 7.58 10.95 6.98 9.65 4.86 5.46 6.97 12.84 n/a 6.31 13.25 7.31 6.71 6.11 6.32 23-Nov 9 05 6 35 7.70 6 08 9.08 3.88 5 49 7.12 10 98 n/a 5.76 11.56 7 07 8 01 5 36 5.44 24-Nov 8 63 6 55 817 6.40 8 35 5 22 5.51 7 03 9.34 5.14 11.71 7 34 8 01 6.16 5 52 25-Nov 9.16 6.95 7.45 6.27 8.46 4.00 5.31 7.80 8.02 n/a 5.89 10.88 6.86 6.47 6.41 4.46 26-Nov 7.92 9.29 6.14 6.73 8.28 3.97 6.60 6.45 8.51 n/a 6.46 10.16 6.98 7.92 6.95 4.08 27-Nov 6.77 9.91 5.49 7.60 6 59 4 28 6.63 7 06 9.84 6.44 11.18 6 84 6 65 7.83 371 28-Nov 617 9 82 4.93 4.24 6 95 3.96 8 44 7.57 9 85 5.78 6 71 7 65 612 8 05 4.06 29-Nov • 6.15 10.56 4.31 3.85 6.69 4.24 7.60 8.28 9.30 n/a 4.25 6.99 7.56 7.31 8.46 4.31 30-Nov 5.46 9.46 3.85 4.83 4.75 4.14 8.59 7.44 8.56 n/a 3.55 5.78 6.41 7.41 7.52 4.78 1 Dec 515 9 37 2.23 526 5.71 5.60 6 91 n/a 7 90 n/a 3.52 5 74 5 06 7 27 5 67 5.00 2 Dec 4 80 11 99 2 48 6.07 6 48 6 82 9.24 n/a 6 07 n/a 4.09 5.68 5.11 7 78 5.09 4.51 3-Dec 4.60 11.02 2.70 6.28 5.86 6.53 8.35 n/a 4.66 n/a 3.54 8.11 4.63 6.26 3.33 5.12 4-Dec 4.09 12.09 3.16 5.77 6.44 7.63 8.44 n/a 4.05 n/a 2.54 6.86 3.47 10.00 3.28 4.19 5 Dec 4 41 10 46 4.01 5.66 5.95 8 11 7.97 n/a 3.39 : h/a 3.82 n/a 2 40 10 33 3.68 4 67 6-Dec 4 71 10 89 4.52 4 71 5.43 7.02 7 48 n/a 4 30 ijIfifeiB; 5.79 n/a 1.32 7.55 5 54 4.83 7-Dec 5.04 8.97 5.13 4.32 3.62 5.71 4.68 n/a 3.92 n/a 6.13 n/a 1.00 7.11 7.44 4.11 8-Dec 5.22 7.23 5.55 2.67 -0.06 6.39 4.92 5.80 3.27 n/a 5.55 n/a 0.48 7.77 8.82 6.32 9 Dec 6 71 5 97 5.48 1 97 -1 12 6.83 4 19 4.69 3 49 n/a 4.57 n/a 1.19 9.10 9 65 n/a 10-Oec 6 58 5.27 521 2.32 -1 50 713 3.04 4 38 3 99 n/a 5 30 n/a 2 45 8 95 8.22 11-Dec 5.83 4.29 4.87 2.26 -0.87 6.22 3.09 5.21 3.53 nla 5.43 n/a 3.72 6.66 8.90 nla 12-Dec 5.05 4.52 4.78 2.23 -0.91 6.12 5.12 4.94 3.45 n/a 4.51 5.68 5.06 6.30 10.14 n/a 13-Dec 4 50 4.20 4 88 1.73 -0 76 5 86 4.38 3 59 4.58 n/a 4.42 7.06 7 01 7 22 9.66 n/a 14 Dec 5 34 3 51 4.00 2 02 -018 5.89 518 3.93 6 93 2 95 4.04 6.30 6.63 7.61 9 02 n/a 15-Dec 5.14 3.88 3.53 2.57 1.17 5.50 6.97 2.43 9.47 3.59 4.55 5.64 5.88 6.58 9.96 n/a 16-Dec 5.27 4.22 2.83 2.38 2.27 3.13 7.67 1.98 9.59 2.56 4.70 5.50 5.48 6.30 8.72 6.07 17-Dec 4 90 3 91 2.87 1 87 3.00 2 91 6 87 2.05 9 51 3.54 4.48 6 09 5.67 5 86 8 69 7.77 18-Dec 5 51 4 80 2 12 2.32 4 02 3 37 7.49 2 52 10 56 3 66 4 33 3.72 5 69 8 77 6.16 8.36 19-Dec 5.98 4.38 1.73 2.32 3.08 5.57 7.45 2.80 11.85 3.31 4.40 4.31 8.10 8.99 4.86 7.80 20-Dec 7.26 3.59 1.80 2.45 3.64 6.11 7.61 3.76 12.43 3.73 3.24 3.17 7.58 7.04 4.34 4.73 21 -Dec 5 60 3.80 2.78 2.58 2 99 6 85 6.35 4 68 10.25 3.62 2.96 3.38 7 06 6 30 5.84 3 37 22 Dec 3 96 3 48 2.28 1 61 2.46 6.07 6 68 5.36 9.15 3 45 2.64 4 43 5.55 6.87 5 25 1.13 23-Dec 3.61 3.73 2.22 1.72 2.02 6.53 6.73 7.24 7.28 3.94 3.50 6.06 4.72 7.16 3.84 -0.91 24-Dec 3.99 3.87 1.27 2.02 3.41 5.41 6.84 7.39 6.46 4.18 3.26 6.16 5.45 6.63 4.23 -1.40 25-Dee 3 95 3 31 1.31 1 73 3.35 5.34 5 99 7.97 6 64 4 72 4.38 5.33 7.01 411 4 44 -0 86 26-Dec 3.41 412 1 52 1.99 3 49 4 95 5.22 8 00 5 43 5.03 519 5.79 6 38 2 95 4.70 0 21 27-Dec 2.29 3.71 2.07 1.74 3.25 4.23 3.27 8.62 3.89 5.55 4.98 4.54 6.28 2.69 5.17 1.24 28-Dec 1.56 3.29 1.81 0.89 4.42 3.61 3.53 7.01 5.13 4.99 6.21 8.22 8.66 2.05 4.46 1!45 29-Oec n/a 2.40 2.43 0.49 4 50 3 48 3.08 6 80 6 00 4.85 4.77 7.88 9 31 1 82 4.82 319 30-Oec n/a 1 91 2.85 0.30 4 48 3.64 266 7.05 5 40 3 37 2.77 650 9.01 1 78 4 81 5.74 31-Dec n/a 2.36 3.57 0.82 3.74 4.20 2.99 8.98 6.81 3.55 0.26 6.71 8.87 1.72 3.46 5.70 88 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 - continued 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1 Apr 38.07 22 84 17.56 69.98 n/a 2 Apr 42 33 21.70 18 32 81.27 n/a 3-Apr 47.40 n/a 23.31 n/a n/a 4-Apr 45.62 n/a 28.51 n/a n/a 5-Apr 44 34 n/a 36.29 n/a n/a 6-Apr 44 43 n/a 39.50 n/a 7-Apr 41.09 n/a 62.26 n/a n/a 8-Apr 42.16 n/a 66.01 n/a n/a 9-Apr 30.22 n/a 67.63 n/a n/a 10-Apr 29 12 n/a 60 73 31 96 n/a 11-Apr 25.44 n/a 60.37 27.39 n/a 12-Apr 27.20 n/a 68.36 25.88 n/a 13-Apr 26 02 n/a 63 99 31 72 14-Apr 38.92 n/a 45.47 35.49 h/a 15-Apr 37.54 n/a 36.55 35.29 n/a 16-Apr 43.21 n/a. . 33.55 35.35 n/a 17-Apr 36.79 n/a 31 75 32.69 n/a 18-Apr 44 63 n/a 27 88 37.20 n/a 19-Apr 48.38 n/a 23.40 n/a n/a 20-Apr 53.70 n/a 24.35 n/a n/a 21-Apr 47 78 n/a 18.85 n/a n/a 22-Apr 40.38 n/a 1701 n/a n/a 23-Apr 40.75 n/a 14.41 n/a n/a 24-Apr 42.12 n/a 21.99 n/a n/a 25-Apr 42.29 n/a 25.47 n/a 26-Apr 42 60 n/a 2314 n/a n/aj 27-Apr 47.78 n/a 23.05 n/a n/a 28-Apr 54.91 n/a 22.66 n/a n/a 29-Apr 59 06 n/a 24 40 n/a n/a 30-Apr 64.39 n/a 29.49 n/a n/a 1-May 73.87 n/a 35.50 n/a n/a 2-May 67.56 n/a 39.09 n/a n/a 3-May 56.25 n/a 40 26 n/a n/a 4-May 53 88 n/a 38 89 n/a n/a 5-May 45.97 n/a 47.12 n/a n/a 6-May 60.27 n/a 54.82 56.21 n/a 7-May 67 15 n/a 49.46 n/a n/a 8-May 65 97 n/a 46 32 n/a :. :h/a 9-May 71.05 48.65 47.74 n/a n/a 10-May 77.83 47.94 54.94 n/a n/a 11-May 75.75 49 57 58.53 n/a n/a 12 May 72.97 45.84 61.60 n/a n/a 13-May 67.57 52.02 57.29 n/a n/a 14-May 46.72 53.80 53.35 n/a n/a 15-May 44 38 75.73 5018 n/a n/a 16-May 48.15 10911 46.27 n/a n/a 17-May 53.66 127.91 49.52 n/a n/a 18-May 51.06 137.79 51.32 n/a n/a 19-May 50.18 150 65 55.12 n/a n/a 20-May 48 50 148.64 49 96 n/a n/a 21-May 45.76 148.62 55.49 n/a n/a 22-May 46.13 157.36 63.49 n/a n/a 23-May 45 41 143.34 68 08 n/a n/a 24-May 37.15 123 96 77.65 n/a 25-May 54.23 111.30 84.96 n/a n/a 26-May 58.06 105.46 87.24 n/a n/a 27-May 67.30 106.57 91.70 ..n/a n/a 28-May 10409 109 43 95.91 n/a n/a 29-May 118.04 92.07 102.01 n/a n/a 30-May 114.36 86.27 91.10 n/a n/a 31-May 136 44 69.53 9797 n/a 1-Jun 127.34 73.50 110 85 n/a 2-Jun 133.56 78.51 126.48 n/a n/a 3-Jun 139.41 79.65 145.55 n/a n/a 4-Jun 98.12 7913 164 81 n/a n/a 5 Jun 71 23 81.25 159.43 n/a n/a 6-Jun 69.34 88.75 148.82 n/a n/a 7-Jun 61.89 95.84 138.54 n/a n/a 8 Jun 56 47 93.18 127.50 n/a n/a 9-Jun 41.75 83 74 109 55 n/a n/a 10-Jun 43.32 83.40 100.26 n/a n/a 11-Jun 46.81 98.12 95.09 n/a n/a 11 36 11.66 12.03 11.03 9.92 15 06 16.30 17.74 18 44 25.43 27.27 29.61 29 64 30.13 30.38 29.15 22 74 26.44 26.66 26.49 26.65 26.30 26.48 26.49 29 31 29.28 29.69 29.47 32.27 36 28 36.73 36.28 35 67 37.82 38.82 39.35 39.69 39.41 39.65 41.49 4017 40.50 38.41 36.95 37.92 37 42 36.46 36.31 35 64 36.07 35.40 31.01 26.62 26 41 27.91 27.93 27 90 26.59 28.02 31.52 37.71 4412 46.03 55.60 58.21 54.50 53.09 52.53 51.64 52 09 51.14 53.06 15.33 1741 18.08 17.88 17 50 17.65 18.43 18.72 17.67 1813 23.73 25.44 25 48 25.05 25.60 30.90 31.19 29 64 28.73 29.01 29 69 28.93 25.78 20.78 22.64 22.32 20.05 20.08 21 34 22 50 22.76 24.10 27.93 31 59 38.57 39.27 37 87 38.64 38.41 40.61 40.09 28 83 28.00 27.66 2683 25 76 24.94 25.07 27.75 2857 32.21 34.78 35 85 35.48 35.89 36.10 36.75 38 28 38.15 40.12 41 44 41.36 39.35 39.32 37.40 36.32 33.78 33.45 33 69 32.70 27.82 28.34 14 55 15.77 16.16 15.08 15.36 14 53 15.46 15.24 14 70 15.12 15.44 18.55 19.32 19 66 20.26 22.50 23 82 23 25 22.53 23.51 25.37 2512 23.70 23.59 24.67 24 53 24.30 18.53 16.96 21 89 25.68 29.01 29 20 29 91 31.10 32.48 32.09 30 86 26.57 22.80 30 05 31.12 30.36 30.09 30.92 30 84 30.96 29.07 29 40 30.09 28.25 30.93 32.92 3211 30.64 30.45 28 81 33.53 33.73 34.17 35.79 36 57 36.82 36.30 31 39 34.91 35.48 34.88 34.98 36 91 38.62 39.57 19.62 27 02 29.47 29.66 27 69 27.15 28.05 27.61 16.33 14.82 15.48 18.63 23.21 25.85 26.99 29.04 29.31 26 63 27.46 26.99 26 85 25.43 21.26 28.96 30.98 3253 33.33 33.31 35 64 36.38 28.76 29.41 28.02 3425 35.35 36.32 37 83 38.10 37.41 38.38 36.68 31 42 29.33 28.18 2823 31.37 33.75 34.69 34.03 34 60 3521 37.54 39.20 46.58 50.33 51.77 52.82 52.96 52.47 53.88 54 83 53.04 52.42 53.16 53.01 51 03 50.01 47.73 46 73 46.09 46.11 46.96 13.62 14.88 16.97 16.36 16.13 1611 16.79 17.89 1758 16.98 17.93 17.55 17.41 21 34 21.10 21.70 22.29 21.77 21.63 30.67 32.07 31 82 31.97 31.99 33 17 33.23 23.60 22.29 22.82 21 82 20.88 20.67 20 34 22.98 23.63 24.10 24.35 24 46 24.87 30.01 30.45 34 30 34.30 34.54 34.73 38 04 38.01 48.25 49 44 50.72 50.90 53.90 54.99 54 93 49.99 49.74 51 51 53 63 54.40 54.49 52.71 55 68 54.51 46.78 45 56 43.26 40.32 39.74 36.26 36 61 38.60 38.60 21.06 19.07 22 00 20 96 23.41 22.39 22.08 22.36 16 45 21 70 1516 19 77 15.67 20.90 15.61 21.60 17 24 20 79 18 65 16 91 19.85 17.66 21.29 18.58 21 72 18 69 21 10 1658 21.35 15.58 23.63 19.32 25 23 19 26 2861 1911 29.14 18.93 29.37 18.75 31 49 19 27 31 10 19 48 30.54 19.86 29.85 20.36 26.95 26.15 25.06 27.41 25.71 29.22 27.70 29.57 28 84 30 93 29 79 3128 30.31 31.28 3026 30.93 28.93 29.73 29 22 29 30 27.18 28.89 28.88 28.80 3025 29.29 36.46 34.08 38.09 34.60 41.16 37.14 45.36 34.53 46.35 38.20 44.17 37.13 43.54 36.54 42 62 33 44 4069 32 44 39.61 32.24 34.17 32.39 38.49 31.96 3940 32.50 38.64 36.87 41.60 38.57 43.49 39.92 47 97 41 86 49.22 46.54 48.64 48.44 49.07 49.77 48.57 51.07 47.39 50.03 48.29 51.78 43 53 53 65 35 63 53 84 35.38 51.91 38.65 52.10 39 12 50 74 38 22 47 78 37.36 45.59 36.20 44.07 362 7 43.44 40.49 49.93 41.90 49.36 43.07 51.11 14.24 15.33 14.33 18.09 18.90 19.02 28.00 30.57 30.89 3056 30.31 31.77 31 70 27.47 24.23 24.60 24.29 2456 24.33 23.96 2517 23.96 23.41 23.36 24 38 2427 24.84 19.52 19 97 19.08 18.72 18.42 17.78 16.97 20.57 21.32 21 59 21.23 22.06 23.84 24.70 31 16 33.20 33.92 34 69 31.83 32.00 32.69 32.19 27 77 27.26 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 33.78 34.83 37 03 40.95 42.19 50.30 50.44 4918 49.03 46.20 46 72 45.23 37.07 36.89 16.67 25.80 17 23 27 61 18.74 28.53 18.20 28.94 17 70 29.78 14 26 29.99 16.94 33.62 18.47 35.30 18.14 34 11 18 75 34 68 20.20 36.02 22.73 39.33 22 99 4020 22.10 39.80 22.02 39.37 24.77 40.35 24.54 38 77 23 70 38 56 22.40 36.52 22.24 36.17 22 89 36 68 24 18 36.68 23.35 37.33 23.79 39.96 25.80 42 92 32 11 44 80 32.00 46.28 31.47 45.99 31 43 47 31 31 24 4963 n/a 52.68 n/a 53.18 n/a 51.06 n/a 5120 n/a 50.43 n/a 52.78 n/a 53 93 n/a 53 85 n/a 55.97 n/a 59.52 n/a 60.40 n/a 63 58 n/a 62.42 n/a 62.07 n/a 63 04 n/a 62.83 n/a 63.85 n/a 64.41 n/a 65.26 n/a 6718 n/a 65.40 n/a 70.29 n/a 73 73 n/a 74 26 n/a 75.54 n/a 75.35 n/a 72.99 n/a 78 81 n/a 81.74 n/a 85.21 n/a 88 49 n/a 93.53 n/a 95.98 n/a 97.00 n/a 9510 n/a 88 75 n/a 84.67 n/a 83.68 n/a 80.60 n/a 79.07 n/a 80.31 n/a 82.30 89 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 - continued 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 average (mm) 12-Jun 13 Jun 14- Jun 15- Jun 16 Jun 17- Jun 18- Jun 19- Jun 20- Jun 21 Jun 22- Jun 23- Jun 24- Jun 25- Jun 26- Jun 27- Jun 28- Jun 29 Jun 30- Jun 1- Jul 2- Jul 3 Jul 4- Jul 5- Jul 6- Jul "7-Jul 8- Jul 9- Jul 10- Jul 11 Jul 12- Jul 13- Jul 14- Jul 15- Jul 16- Jul 17- Jul 18- Jul 19 Jul 20- Jul 21- Jul 22 Jul 23- Juf 24- Jul 25- Jul 26- Jul 27- Jul 28- Jul 29- Jul 30 Jul 31- Jul 1- Aug 2- Aug 3 Aug 4- Aug 5- Aug 6- Aug 7 Aug 8- Aug 9- Aug 10- Aug 11 Aug 12- Aug 13- Aug 14- Aug 15- Aug 16- Aug 17- Aug 18- Aug 19 Aug 20- Aug 21- Aug 22- Aug 64.64 73 26 77.47 79.02 90 72 88.32 93.69 93.06 90.37 99 95 94.47 130.24 141 36 139.59 131.60 130.57 115.70 11135 77.74 80.30 61 42 65 07 77.96 90.19 93.45 107 73 113.69 112.80 109 86 107.78 108.13 115.32 110.83 129 04 151.14 148.66 151 47: 158.11 163.07 173.41 160.30 18469 200.74 205.50 202 10 202.38 205.61 213.68 205.21 178.29 150.31 150.59 138.32 129.38 129.00 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 112.01 118.51 113.15 12934 135.92 126.96 132 15 134 01 148.42 143.46 106.00 96.47 88.89 96.61 99.24 136 21 145.53 158.16 182 95 196 88 215.37 226.55 200.78 141.07 126.62 116.76 103.23 96.78 92.81 91.75 142.90 151 41 159.53 160.53 159.26 164 76 186.35 186.98 187.52 171 38 163.49 163.76 166 90 163 96 140.52 135.16 172 97 188 41 201.12 207.55 21798 225 98 221.39 220.25 227 76 215 57 214.75 208.83 202.99 202 78 182.29 162.83 134 08 115 30 104.75 109.73 106 45 109.23 .119.39 117.49 112.55 11536 137.78 147.94 156.00 164 54 179.09 193.52 198.05 187 98 168.91 160.82 98.74 146.77 151.39 159.74 155.02 14519 131.92 116.07 60.42 51 68 59.26 74.42 74 03 78.74 94.05 118.16 122 01 123 41 120.74 115.12 115.43 96 55 97.92 79.92 91 88 98 45 115.96 117.41 130 55 111 90 106.50 86.18 83.87 77 94 72.50 64.41 61 82 64 85 87.56 99.09 102 16 108 31 121.42 123.61 131.94 11863 98.53 98.47 99.62 126 61 129.95 133.47 137.67 139 63 145.65 132.74 131 79 129.12 147.76 161.30 166.49 161.04 160.38 155.67 156 94 120.30 116.24 119.97 124 76 151 39 162.12 168.66 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 6016 62 68 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a § i / a l s n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n'a 53 94 n/a 54.53 n/a 54.51 n/a 53.46 n,a 51 36 n'a 50 58 n/a 40.57 n/a 38.78 n/a 38 21 n/a 33.54 n/a 36.93 n/a 46.00 n/a 51.24 n/a 51.82 n/a 51.07 n/a 50.28 n>a 50 01 n-a 51 67 n/a 50.04 n/a 50.56 n/a 39.67 n'a 41 44 n/a 39.82 n/a 39.91 n'a 41 65 n/a 45.52 n/a 46.17 n/a 45.33 n.a 45 24 n/a 44.25 n/a 47.25 n/a 47.26 n/a 48.65 n/a 48.87 n/a 48.64 n/a 49.64 n/a 52.24 n/a 51.87 n/a 53.45 n/a 53.15 n/a 53 78 n/a 54.94 n/a 56.19 n/a 55.84 n.a 57 33 n/a 58.06 n/a 59.64 n/a 59.57 n/a 5915 ma 59 36 n/a 58.60 n/a 52.50 n/a 50.67 n'a 51 24 n/a 57.64 n/a 56.63 n/a 55.21 n/a 54.73 n/a 56.31 n/a 58.88 rua 60 04 n'a 57.31 n/a 55.33 n/a 54.63 n'a 53 50 n/a 53.13 n/a 51.28 n/a 50.50 n/a 46.84 n/a 4103 n/a 40.92 n/a 42.70 27.28 31.97 38.92 43.07 42 47 43.04 43.96 44.85 45.00 47.26 49.54 51.46 50 70 48.51 48.24 47.19 46.27 41 13 40.76 42.76 4420 43.94 43.34 44.12 41.71 42 10 45.82 46.41 49 58 49.49 52.90 53.90 56.01 55 42 57.07 57.28 60.21 55.24 68.11 68.60 73.35 74.21 75.88 76.27 7557 76.39 76.13 63.77 67.08 6836 68.14 66.73 65 31 68.94 74.41 71.82 69.52 69 01 70.59 74.38 7729 83.06 83.73 82.88 81.99 8032 76.63 72.17 54 12 53.38 51.42 51.68 38 08 37.38 36.76 36.26 32.49 2914 32.60 46.40 47 33 48.17 47.72 50.03 50.05 46 64 33.20 37.07 42 32 44.07 43.47 46.25 51.42 51.82 53.08 53.48 53 51 53.48 52.90 46.95 43.56 4213 45.83 46.36 47 40 46.73 48.35 49.40 51.77 47 17 45.58 45.25 51.26 67.96 70.27 70.45 70.63 72 42 74.70 73.50 61 31 61.74 62.08 61.24 59.32 62 45 62.09 59.59 5815 57.84 59.24 60.90 58.11 56 96 52.11 54.11 56 44 57.45 56.22 56.71 58.34 55 53 55.47 54.83 47.62 3915 39.65 39.31 38 52 38.17 38.50 43.23 47.33 52.97 54.14 57.34 56.29 62.48 60.56 58.42 57.43 5853 56.60 58.92 50 07 49.58 47.40 46.67 46.27 45 79 45.68 44.42 44 07 37.94 43.35 43.68 45.57 4530 48.63 50.13 55 02 65.08 67.24 66.58 65.58 63.21 65.12 67.81 61 64 61.54 63.58 63.63 65.79 78 16 77.46 75.58 72 91 69.72 69.36 66.13 49.08 4839 50.66 49.74 58 52 58.50 61.99 62.36 62.87 61.84 59.02 57.33 56 82 49.21 49.66 50.35 37 32 34.97 34.73 35.89 40.74 42 76 46.73 47.61 46 70 46.39 45.06 45.57 44.57 43.22 42.94 41.84 41 44 43.71 43.21 44.86 41.87 39 41 40.27 41.23 40 79 39.72 39.91 38.74 38.80 36 86 36.02 35.52 36 87 36.50 35.35 39.14 42.02 4416 44.15 43.48 44 05 mm 44.83 44.96 51.26 53 24 54.37 53.96 55 17 55.88 56.93 57.99 63.32 70 53 74.00 71.26 68.92 67 98 68.67 69.58 70.14 50 41 48.19 47.42 46 43 45.83 44.23 45.30 46.77 49 60 49.54 50.39 44.39 44.59 42.71 42.50 39 99 35.15 34.68 35.14 37.65 4320 43.29 44.05 42 73 41.94 41.65 41.10 45.23 4639 46.03 48.69 5017 49.94 48.78 42.61 43.11 54 68 54.71 54.02 54 39 53.45 50.16 50.71 48.17 48 42 49.78 50.24 53.26 56.27 70.32 70.60 73.04 75 66 79.62 77.56 78 75 75.34 76.31 74.51 74.05 70 14 75.06 73.34 70 93 68.82 68.68 66.39 63.24 54.22 55.22 56.33 5512 57.83 60.42 59.92 59.68 59 68 57.57 56.48 56.98 53.33 53.31 53.13 52.60 52.78 52.67 51.97 38.19 37 59 36.05 36.55 36 78 37.37 42.06 45.77 47.12 44 31 44.07 48.93 53 87 59.68 59.90 63.45 65.75 64.74 63.70 63.99 60 54 51 14 49.01 51.21 51.14 49.04 46.90 44.80 46 58 47.13 47.21 53.05 57.41 66 84 68.65 67.99 67 00 67.64 70.15 68.77 61.18 58 00 59.29 58.06 57 73 58.96 59.90 58.36 57.31 63 23 62.75 60.49 57.28 55.35 56.60 57.79 43.43 42 49 45.29 45.12 44 60 44.32 42.46 41.22 42.04 39 53 46.47 47.54 38.04 36.34 35.04 34.91 33 65 32.79 33.02 34.11 36.83 41.32 41.00 42.75 42 82 42.07 39.94 39.28 38.15 40.38 41.15 43.75 51 84 51.33 52.07 52.30 51.96 5235 57.98 56.07 55 80 54.81 54.42 55.90 57.94 51 00 52.28 51.12 5239 53.72 52.16 48.88 48.38 51.09 60.01 60.93 63.57 73.46 75.79 74.40 77.27 77 00 76.48 72.68 68 06 58.28 49.29 47.60 47.60 51 60 54.31 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 57.81 56.01 5625 55.42 50.23 46.41 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a:. n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 84.58 83.62 83.72 81.65 78 64 81.22 83.17 84.91 85 41 86 29 86.98 91.48 87 81 81.62 78.56 78.32 76 03 79 24 78.81 83.72 86 91 88 92 90.97 93.00 92.41 94 74 94.32 93.53 89 94 86.16 84.72 84.61 85.82 87.27 87.82 92.37 101 48 106 43 110.95 110.99 11323 11813 121.86 119.70 121.37 123 56 124.82 123.43 125 04 127.95 126.17 122.48 114.63 111 62 109.77 106.54 102.73 103.67 109.12 117.48 118.50 116 18 117.39 • 116.42 11452 11093 103.88 99.98 100.11 98.03 94.61 92.65 90 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 - continued 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 average (mm) 23 Aug 24- Aug 25- Aug 26- Aug 27- Aug 28- Aug 29- Aug 30- Aug 31- Aug 1- Sep 2- Sep 3- Sep 4- Sep 5- 5ep 6- Sep 7- Sep 8- Sep 9- Sep 10- Sep 11- Sep 12- Sep 13- Sep 14- Sep 15- Sep 16- Sep 17- Sep 18- Sep 19- Sep 20- Sep 21- Sep 22- Sep 23- Sep 24- Sep 25- Sep 26- Sep 27- Sep 28- Sep 29- Sep 30- Sep 1- Oct 2- Oct 3-Oct 4- Oct 5- Oct 6- Oct 7- Oct 8- Oct 9- Oct 10- Oct 11- Oct 12- Oct 13- Oct 14- Oct 15-Oct 16- Oct 17- Oct 18- Oct 19- Oct 20- Oct 21- Oct 22- Oct 23-Oct 24- Oct 25- Oct 26- Oct 27- Oct 28- Oct 29- Oct 30- Oct 31 Oct 1- Nov 2- Nov 128.33 123 62 129.78 127.27 123 75 102 39 103.70 87.10 90.93 83 50 80.18 96.57 108 97 109.98 105.67 80.87 83.22 88 44 65.40 63.76 57 60 64.50 74.51 90.57 95.92 101 61 94.88 95.41 96 08 101.73 87.15 79.47 72.89 58 36 60.76 53.52 44 47 57.90 63.29 69.23 73.39 74 64 73.08 74.58 74 63 68.37 54.83 43.28 31.92 26 91 24.37 17.81 16 35 14.93 19.55 26.07 26.29 28 59 27.18 29.91 31 56 31.14 29.80 26.26 21.01 19 55 17.83 13.31 12 34 13.15 11.79 14.39 14919 127 00 132.15 136.85 147 25 157 31 165.88 152.20 141.36 128.65 117.39 101.94 101 91 95 49 83.63 76.21 69 93 70.33 64.26 57.13 58.79 63 02 60.70 71.31 64 18 51.82 45.91 37.91 34.45 38 77 34.17 36.63 43 96 53 39 57.95 66.02 65.66 79 60 79.83 75.20 73 87 71.58 54.03 47.40 43.37 3903 45.12 46.48 4517 45.95 39.46 33.13 37.13 29 34 24.22 19.61 23.23 22.66 19.77 20.11 18.30 17 62 18.04 17.93 15 42 16.79 12.78 13.82 14.56 14 90 16.39 17.09 171 00 178.07 169.92 184.55 188.71 185 66 185.11 169.48 140 49 129.91 '122.45 101.63 76 92 82.31 106.03 124.36 138 15 133.74 122.13 121.00 120.42 8580 76.55 66.62 68 64 60 19 60.53 60.94 61 13 57 34 61.17 57.12 60.08 55.72 47.08 44.53 42 31 36.08 31.28 28.57 34.24 39.67 36.12 34.86 33.28 35 74 38.56 32.41 29 87 38.39 46.64 52.16 55 47 54 88 56.53 58.32 56 48 47 90 43.48 40.30 38 31 38.51 39.49 39.12 45 31 48 06 41.08 35.50 33.05 26 33 20.09 18.90 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 101 99 104 50 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 116.23 137.50 142.03 134 69 111.73 91.30 94 35 85 87 87.25 95.77 99.60 11061 120.43 104.98 103 38 100.90 78:04 65.99 58.12 64 37 65.31 62.43 61 57 58.40 55.31 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a . n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a : : MM n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a i:iri/S| n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 43 57 43.99 43.03 43.75 47.67 47 50 47.00 47.21 45.88 46.38 44.29 38.49 38.10 36 66 35.51 36.82 41 35 45 02 44.59 44.05 45.62 46 53 47.56 47.61 40 07 38.96 38.08 37.15 32.81 3068 33.49 33.32 33 69 33.12 33.02 32.22 31.13 31 06 31.29 31.10 28 33 25.84 24.94 24.49 22.94 21 93 20.56 22.81 21 57 21.12 21.36 20.74 21.24 23 02 18.95 19.02 19.28 16 52 15.65 15.24 14.76 11.16 11.13 10.90 10 66 10.62 9.83 9.58 8.68 6 96 6.29 4.95 53.18 52.34 51.48 52.14 47 97 49.81 48.48 48.55 48.65 49 29 46.40 44.74 36 74 40.63 41.82 41.39 40.79 41 71 41.19 40.07 39 54 40.51 37.87 38.27 37.59 38 03 36.81 36.41 36 48 31.89 38.51 37.99 37.33 36 42 35.60 34.99 35 05 29.81 29.77 29.98 29.65 28 44 27.51 22.95 22 70 21.69 17.78 17.10 16.08 13 04 13.99 13.94 13 99 14.32 14.16 14.21 14.34 12.31 12.23 11.98 11 52 10.92 10.97 12.72 12.75 12.82 11.69 10.86 10 69 9.92 8.60 8.18 54 77 56.22 51.47 49.81 48.53 46.41 38.02 38.16 37 59 40.31 39.17 38.12 40.52 39 63 39.17 37.72 36.27 36.58 35.90 34.78 35.16 32 14 33.06 34.08 34.38 37.40 41.47 41.27 40.76 40 07 37.49 36.16 35 38 29.55 31.67 31.35 31.47 31 01 31.70 31.94 32 17 25.25 24.43 23.64 23 08 22 05 20.49 19.90 19 67 25.82 26.20 25.52 26.11 27.41 27.69 27.99 22 24 20.86 20.10 19.23 13.24 11 05 10.61 9.86 9.35 8.31 5.69 4.50 4.23 3 84 3.50 3.49 50.49 49 75 48.46 51,36 51 30 51.02 50.39 51.21 50.64 51.21 43.47 41.53 41 44 39.90 37.93 35.29 30.64 30.52 30.34 29.30 30 34 31.08 32.43 32.48 31.90 28.54 27.71 27.48 28 46 32.90 32.43 32.06 31.89 2817 27.77 29.91 28.18 26.83 34.46 35.30 36.11 36 16 35.47 35.28 34 59 27.62 22.88 21.37 17.94 17 72 18.29 16.87 17 66 18.58 18.33 16.82 18.16 17.35 17.53 17.80 1565 14.68 14.23 13.28 13.60 14 13 12.68 11.70 10 00 8.29 7.88 7.61 49 45 49.01 50.89 49.85 46.35 46 02 39.62 40.43 40 41 41.45 45.74 51.28 51.35 49 49 48.00 46.73 4615 46.98 44.43 43.19 47.04 46 84 45.62 45.26 42 15 34.98 33.57 32.09 31.57 31 01 28.78 26.99 21 89 21.90 23.82 26.06 26.68 27 78 28.42 29.17 29 76 30.23 29.86 28.69 28.33 26 65 26.20 25.35 19 66 18.79 19.49 19.03 19.31 20 21 19.93 19.93 18 57 15.02 15.54 16.79 15.99 1523 14.70 13.87 13 53 12.84 10.01 9.21 8.19 7 34 7.36 7.45 50.97 53 72 51.01 50.14 51 32 51.00 51.00 51.20 50.36 51 02 50.14 42.62 42 11 40.43 40.79 39.52 38.18 3815 37.35 35.92 36 33 34.92 30.10 35.01 34.82 35.59 35.04 35.42 35 71 35.23 33.16 32.70 32.40 32 12 31.30 30.42 29 62 28.94 29.50 28.31 30.29 30 60 30.18 29.07 28 06 25.34 23.53 22.74 21.60 16.96 16.83 16.08 1567 13.77 14.93 15.03 14.83 13 12 12.78 13.15 12 11 11.61 12.06 11.68 11.63 11.22 10.06 9.59 9 11 8.52 6.74 6.62 47 39 47.93 47.79 47.77 47.98 44 91 40.18 38.53 4028 41.33 44.05 43.89 44.15 43 26 42.28 39.88 39 10 39 12 36.95 37.17 37.71 38 47 41.43 42.58 42 42 42 83 41.45 40.43 41.81 4011 37.95 42.72 42 41 41.39 40.37 39.26 38.43 38 08 35.80 28.37 27 82 23.04 23.98 21.87 20.09 18 78 18.22 17.53 16 91 15.92 15.96 15.38 17.80 18 56 19.12 19.20 20 34 19.31 18.93 13.46 14.27 12 71 11.97 11.50 11 34 9 95 9.27 9.10 8.59 8 06 7.12 5.76 48.28 4954 49.78 51.04 50 84 51.82 56.68 55.24 56.44 55.87 54.77 52.63 52 16 42.76 35.81 34.17 33.44 32.26 31.68 31.89 33 48 34.63 35.61 36.03 36.06 37 19 33.88 27.99 27 17 25.07 22.86 22.72 21.79 21.29 22.09 21.62 21 66 22.40 20.88 23.03 23.28 22.89 23.11 22.67 22 12 21.76 19.35 23.79 22.73 21.81 21.72 20.99 20 96 22.74 18.67 16.26 15.06 13 67 12.48 9.01 9 61 9.04 9.00 8.47 8.23 8 1 5 7.80 7.08 7.22 6.67 6.29 6.17 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a • n/a n/a n/a ' n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a : n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 90 54 88 14 88.10 89.33 89 91 90 46 90.10 87.33 86.91 85.98 84.32 80.90 8018 80 66 78.60 76.40 73 88 73 14 69.32 67.04 68.21 68.78 69.78 72.49 73.18 72 47 72.03 71.56 70 49 66 98 65.45 61.57 60.23 57 80 56.27 54.68 53.83 52 33 52.19 53.03 52.65 51 48 50.69 48.20 4815 45.86 41.36 39.55 36.53 35 78 35.32 32.86 33 38 34 64 34.33 32.93 31 86 29 56 28.59 27.52 25 44 23.18 22.01 21.35 19 66 18 60 16.45 15.57 1517 14.51 13.88 13.68 91 Table D-5 Summary of the 7-Day Eto (mm/day) value from 1969-1997 - continued 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 average (n 3-Nov 13.07 11 93 16 51 n/a 5 86 6.20 3.74 7.28 7.70 5.58 4.85 6.17 n/a 14.07 4-Nov 12 12 12.60 14 95 nla n/a 6.44 6 67 5.29 7 30 7.43 5 74 4.96 6 14 n/a 14 62 5-Nov 13.10 13.62 13.58 nla n/a 6.81 6.64 5.86 7.04 7.18 5.56 4.85 5.01 n/a 14.63 6-Nov 12.97 12.89 11.20 nla n/a 7.82 5.55 6.61 6.75 6.94 5.29 4.66 5.57 n/a 14.02 7-Nov 15 75 10.16 12 03 nla 7.68 5 25 6.56 5.81 6.16 4 46 5.34 4 94 n/a 12 45 8-Nov 10.87 719 14 38 nla 7 31 5.21 7 87 5.44 5 90 4.18 6.18 6.26 12.24 9-Nov 11.00 8.26 14.03 nla n/a 8.11 5.41 7.89 6.04 5.94 4.37 6.46 6.77 n/a 12.24 10-Nov 11.48 8.59 12.81 nla n/a 7.97 6.92 7.61 5.77 4.93 4.30' 6.25 6.60 n/a 11.64 11 Nov 12.24 9 63 13.74 nla n/a 7 63 7.53 8.60 5.60 4.66 4.32 6.49 7.97 n/a 10.97 12-Nov 11 63 11.58 10 75 nla n/a 7.29 800 8.43 5 58 4.04 4 34 6.62 8 61 n/a 10.22 13-Nov 10.85 11.38 10.45 nla n/a 7.22 7.28 8.61 5.65 4.01 4.43 6.81 8.91 n/a 10.09 14-Nov 9.33 11.24 8.83 nla n/a 7.29 8.00 8.69 5.09 4.08 4.71 8.09 8.56 n/a 10.24 15-NoV 11 24 12.84 9 14 nla n/a 7.25 8.27 8.96 5 38 4.38 4 42 8.42 n/a n/a 10 62 16-Nov 10.48 11 71 9.10 nla nla] 5 79 8.14 8 73 5.06 4.27 4.15 8 46 n/a n/a 10.21 17-Nov 12.32 10.14 8.75 nla nla 3.74 7.24 8.00 4.97 3.86 3.94 8.14 n/a n/a 9.39 18-Nov 12.97 9.56 6.55 13.23 n/a 3.64 6.19 5.67 4.82 3.74 3.60 7.72 n/a n/a 8.97 19-Nov 12.97 7 42 7.20 15.68 n/a 4.22 4.52 5.04 4.58 3.79 3.48 8.04 n/a n/a 8.94 20-Nov 11 86 6.19 7 29 15 82 n/a 4.04 3 79 4.74 4 48 3.74 3 07 7.71 n/a 8 39 21-Nov 11.84 4.26 6.91 14.61 n/a 3.84 3.85 4.43 4.32 3.56 2.39 6.86 n/a n/a 7.91 22-Nov 12.12 2.81 8.16 14.70 n/a 4.17 3.90 4.03 3.94 3.41 2.22 6.47 0.89 n/a 6.91 23-Nov 1014 1.29 8.25 11 40 n/a 4.00 4.27 3.63 3 67 2.91 2 14 6.30 0 47 n/a 6.20 24 Nov 6.86 -0 32 9.38 1239 nla 4 15 4.59 3 77 3.39 2 53 2.33 6 08 0.67 n/a 611 25-Nov 5.90 -1.24 8.62 8.87 nla 3.76 4.36 3.45 2.81 2.06 2.51 5.46 1.17 n/a 5.64 26-Nov 6.22 -2.44 10.88 7.18 nla 3.46 4.44 3.40 2.75 1.70 2.57 5.65 1.59 n/a 5.70 27-Nov 6.72 -2 99 10.17 7.23 nla 3.28 4.72 3.40 3.05 1.45 2.68 5.38 2.10 5 70 28-Nov 7 40 -3 43 12 45 8 35 nla 3.29 466 3.45 305 1.44 2 39 5.38 2 69 nla 5 61 29-Nov 5.54 -3.12 12.86 9.44 nla 3.04 4.46 3.72 2.95 2.24 2.80 5.41 3.04 n/a 5.64 30-Nov 3.79 -3.27 9.09 10.73 nla 2.56 3.36 3.52 3.11 2.73 3.51 5.23 2.94 n/a 5.18 1 Dec 3 27 -2 99 8.26 n/a nla 2.58 2 47 3.15 3 04 3.25 3 46 n/a 2 73 n/a 4 57 2 Dec 3.28 -344 8.48 n/a nla 3 28 2.33 2 56 2.92 3 68 3.42 3.05 n/a 482 3-Dec 3.26 -2.09 7.01 n/a n/a 3.65 2.43 2.47 2.85 3.33 3.28 n/a 2.81 n/a 4.58 4-Dec 2.68 1.23 5.94 n/a n/a 4.19 2.44 3.03 2.26 3.29 2.86 n/a 2.56 • n/a 4.69 5-Dec 2.72 4.26 5.44 n/a 4.34 2.41 3 32 2.02 3.37 2.57 nla 2 48 n/a 4 69 6-Dec 3 53 6.69 4.91 n/a 4.28 2 31 3.32 1 98 3.24 2 22 nla 2 42 nla 4.74 7-Dec 5.12 8.20 4.49 n/a n/a 4.46 2.38 3.48 1.78 3.29 1.30 nla 2.16 n/a 4.51 8-Dec 5.66 9.65 5.09 n/a n/a 3.82 2.62 3.67 1.94 3.35 1.35 n/a 1.78 n/a 4.54 9 Dec 5 46 8.09 5.28 t i^ / ia l l nla 4.24 2 84 3.65 1 98 3.46 1 38 n/a 2 07 n/a 4.40 10-Dec 5.39 7 64 5.11 n/a nla 4 16 2.83 3 66 2.03 4 02 1.71 nla 2.56 n/a 4.37 11-Dec 5.47 7.53 5.49 n/a nla 3.42 2.66 3.48 2.04 4.02 2.57 2.26 2.48 n/a 4.19 12-Dec 4.88 6.99 4.94 n/a nla 2.80 2.57 2.96 1.90 4.00 2.49 2.74 2.42 n/a 4.23 13 Doc 5 02 6 1 3 n/a 2 47 2.45 2.85 1.85 3.97 2.55 3.19 2.44 j:.:'h/a 4.22 14-Dec 4.83 6.23 nla n/a 2.02 2 15 2.67 2 28 3.92 2 41 3.54 2 31 n/a 4 22 15-Dec n/a 4.39 5.23 n/a n/a 1.66 1.69 2.30 2.08 3.75 2.29 3.95 2.19 n/a 4.26 16-Dec n/a 5.47 5.24 n/a n/a 1.41 1.39 1.77 1.82 3.34 2.35 3.48 2.17 n/a 4.12 17 Dec n/a 5.60 4 80 n/a n/a 1.18 1 23 1.66 1 74 2.44 2 71 2.95 1 79 nla 4 08 18-Dec n/a 5 75 5 32 n/a 1 18 1.65 1 69 2 33 2 85 2.79 1.63 n/a 4.24 19-Dec n/a 5.89 7.04 nla nla 1.27 1.44 1.52 1.70 2.29 3.02 3.07 1.46 n/a 4.45 20-Dec 1.89 4.57 7.80 nla nla 1.50 0.98 1.70 1.67 2.03 3.25 3.02 1.24 n/a 4.15 21-Dec 0.96 4.03 10 77 nla 1.58 0.41 1.94 1.31 1.87 3.12 3.14 1.24 n/a 4 03 22-Dec 0 87 n/a 11 64 nla 1.63 -0.07 2.06 1 54 1.48 2 81 3.38 1 09 3 72 23-Dec 1.30 n/a 11.74 nla nla 2.24 -0.46 2.22 2.13 1.45 2.88 3.54 0.84 n/a 3.74 24-Dec 1.60 n/a 11.50 n/a nla 2.58 -0.73 2.18 2.30 1.46 3.01 3.29 0.77 n/a 3.74 25 Dec 2 61 n/a 713 n/a n/a 2.20 -0.62 2.60 2 18 1.39 3 19 2.82 0 72 n/a 3.58 26-Dec 2.68 n/a 6 78 n/a 2 08 -0 35 2 92 2.14 1 34 3.11 2 19 0.43 n/a 3 53 27-Dec 2.00 n/a 5.39 nla n/a 2.10 0.15 3.20 2.07 1.28 2.93 1.80 0.04 n/a 3.25 28-Dec 2.28 n/a 3.77 nla n/a 2.41 0.31 3.36 2.32 1.28 2.95 1.93 -0.45 n/a 3.36 29 Dec 2.87 1 63 3.56 nla :8;in/a§ 2 44 0.16 3 18 1.99 1.54 2.63 2.10 -0 60 n/a 3.36 30-Dec 2 16 2.41 3 73 nla 2.33 0 29 3.21 1 23 1.92 2 65 2.33 -0.40 n/a 3 24 31-Dec 1.26 2.05 3.49 nla n/a 2.07 0.63 3.27 0.52 2.35 2.55 2.66 -0.04 n/a 3.25 92 Table D-6. Summary of the Amount of Water Needed on the Soil Columns average (mm) L.R. (10%) ET+LR (mm) volume (ml) 1/2 volume 1/4 volume 1.5 volume daily vol Julian days 1-Apr 25 80 2.58 28 36 1740 870 435 2610 248.53 1-Apr 91 2-Apf 27 61 2 76 30 37 1862 931 465 2793 265 97 2-Apr 92 3-Apr 28.53 2.85 31.38 1924 962 481 2886 274.89 3-Apr 93 4-Apr 28.94 2.89 31.83 1952 976 488 2927 278.79 4-Apr 94 5-Apr 29.78 2 98 32 76 2009 1004 502 3013 286 94 5-Apr 95 6-Apr 29.99 3 00 32 99 2022 1011 506 3034 288.91 6-Apr 96 7-Apr 33.62 3.36 36.98 2267 1134 567 3401 323.90 7-Apr 97 8-Apr 35.30 3.53 38.83 2381 1191 595 3572 340.15 8-Apr 98 9-Apr 34 11 3 41 37 52 2301 1150 575 3451 328.67 9-Apr 99 10-Apr 34 68 3 47 3814 2339 1169 585 3508 334 09 10-Apr I l g e l l l ! 11-Apr 36.02 3.60 39.62 2429 1215 607 3644 347.01 11-Apr 101 12-Apr 39.33 3.93 43.27 2653 1326 663 3979 378.97 12-Apr 102 13-Apr 40.20 4 02 44 22 2711 1356 678 4067 387 30 13-Apr 103 14-Apr 39 80 3 98 43 78 2684 1342 671 4026 383.47 14 Apr 104 15-Apr 39.37 3.94 43.30 2655 1328 664 3983 379.29 15-Apr 105 16-Apr 40.35 4.03 44.38 2721 1360 680 4081 388.71 16-Apr 106 17-Apr 38.77 3 88 42 65 2615 1307 654 3922 373.54 17-Apr 107 18-Apr 38 56 3 86 42 42 2601 1300 650 3901 371.51 18-Apr 108 19-Apr 36.52 3.65 40.17 2463 1231 616 3694 351.81 19-Apr 109 20-Apr 36.17 3.62 39.79 2439 1220 610 3659 348.47 20-Apr 110 21-Apr 36 68 3 67 40 35 2474 1237 618 3711 353 41 21-Apr i i i i i i i i 22-Apr 36.68 3 67 40 35 2474 1237 618 3711 353.42 22-Apr 112 23-Apr 37.33 3.73 41.06 2518 1259 629 3777 359.68 23-Apr 113 24-Apr 39.96 4.00 43.96 2695 1348 674 4043 385.01 24-Apr 114 25-Apr 42.92 4 29 47 21 2895 1447 724 4342 413.53 25-Apr 115 26-Apr 44 80 4 48 49 28 3021 1511 755 4532 431 63 26-Apr 116 27-Apr 46.28 4.63 50.91 3122 1561 780 4682 445.93 27-Apr 117 28-Apr 45.99 4.60 50.58 3101 1551 775 4652 443.06 28-Apr 118 29-Apr 47 31 4 73 52 04 3191 1595 798 4786 455 83 29-Apr 119 30-Apr 49.63 4 96 54 60 3348 1674 837 5021 478.21 30-Apr 120 1-May 52.68 5.27 57.94 3553 1776 888 5329 507.51 1-May 121 2-May 53.18 5.32 58.49 3586 1793 897 5380 512.34 2-May 122 3-May 51.06 5 11 56 16 3443 1722 861 5165 491.92 3-May 123 4-May 51.20 512 56 31 3453 1726 863 5179 493 25 4 May 124 5-May 50.43 5.04 55.48 3401 1701 850 5102 485.92 5-May 125 6-May 52.78 5.28 58.06 3560 1780 890 5340 508.56 6-May 126 7 May 53 93 5 39 59 32 3637 1819 909 5456 519 61 7-May 127 8-May 53 85 5 38 59 23 3632 1816 908 5448 518 82 8-May 128 9-May 55.97 5.60 61.56 3774 1887 944 5662 539.21 9-May 129 10-May 59.52 5.95 65.47 4014 2007 1004 6021 573.43 10-May 130 11-May 60 40 6 04 66 44 4074 2037 1018 6111 581 95 11-May 12-May 63 58 6 36 69 94 4288 2144 1072 6432 612 57 12 May 132 13-May 62.42 6.24 68.67 4210 2105 1053 6315 601.43 13-May 133 14-May 62.07 6.21 68.27 4186 2093 1046 6279 598.00 14-May 134 15-May 63 04 6 30 69 35 4252 2126 1063 6378 607 42 15-May 135 16 May 62.83 6 28 6912 4238 2119 1059 6357 605.39 16-May 136 17-May 63.85 6.38 70.23 4306 2153 1077 6459 615.16 17-May 137 18-May 64.41 6.44 70.86 4344 2172 1086 6516 620.62 18-May 138 19-May 65 26 6 53 71 79 4401 2201 1100 6602 628 78 19-May 139 20-May 6718 6 72 73 90 4531 2266 1133 6797 647 30 20 May 140 21-May . 65.40 6.54 71.94 4411 2205 1103 6616 630.10 21-May 141 22-May 70.29 7.03 77.32 4740 2370 1185 7111 677.19 22-May 142 23-May 73.73 7 37 81 11 4973 2486 1243 7459 710 39 23-May 143 24 May 74.26 7 43 81 69 5009 2504 1252 7513 715.51 24 May 144 25-May 75.54 7.55 83.10 5095 2547 1274 7642 727.83 25-May 145 26-May 75.35 7.54 82.89 5082 2541 1270 7623 725.98 26-May 146 27-May 72 99 7 30 80 28 4922 2461 1231 7383 703.19 27-May 147 28-May 78 81 7 88 86 69 5315 2658 1329 7973 759 31 28-May 148 29-May 81.74 8.17 89.91 5513 2756 1378 8269 787.54 29-May 149 30-May 85.21 8.52 93.73 5747 2873 1437 8620 820.98 30-May 150 31-May 88.49 8 85 97 34 5968 2984 1492 8952 852 58 31-May 151 1-Jun 93.53 9 35 102 88 6308 3154 1577 9462 901 14 1-Jun 152 2-Jun 95.98 9.60 105.58 6473 3237 1618 9710 924.75 2-Jun 153 3-Jun 97.00 9.70 106.70 6542 3271 1635 9813 934.56 3-Jun 154 4-Jun 9510 9 51 104 61 6414 3207 1603 9621 916.27 4 Jun 155 5-Jun 88 75 8 88 97 63 5986 2993 1496 8979 85510 5 Jun 156 6-Jun 84.67 8.47 93.14 5710 2855 1428 8566 815.77 6-Jun ' • ' 1 5 7 7-Jun 83.68 8.37 92.04 5643 2822 1411 8465 806.19 7-Jun 158 8 Jun 80.60 8 06 88.66 5436 2718 1359 8153 776 52 159 9 Jun 79.07 7 91 86.98 5333 2667 1333 8000 761.86 9-Jun 160 10-Jun 80.31 8.03 88.34 5417 2708 1354 8125 773.80 10-Jun 161 11-Jun 82.30 8.23 90.53 5551 2775 1388 8326 792.95 11-Jun 162 93 Table D-6. Summary of the Amount of Water Needed on the Soil Columns - continued average (mm) L.R. (10%) ET+LR (mm) volume (ml) 1/2 volume 1/4 volume 1.5 volume daily vol Julian days 12 Jun 84 58 8 46 93 04 5704 2852 1426 8557 814 92 12-Jun 163 13-Jun 83.62 8 36 91 98 5639 2820 1410 8459 805 64 13 Jun 164 14-Jun 83.72 8.37 92.09 5646 2823 1412 8469 806.61 14-Jun 165 15-Jun 81.65 8.16 89.81 5507 2753 1377 8260 786.65 15-Jun 166 16-Jun 78 64 7 86 86 50 5303 2652 1326 7955 757 63 16 Jun 167 17-Jun 81 22 8.12 89 34 5478 2739 1369 8216 782.51 17-Jun 168 18-Jun 83.17 8.32 91.48 5609 2804 1402 8413 801.28 18-Jun 169 19-Jun 84.91 8.49 93.40 5727 2863 1432 8590 818.10 19-Jun 170 20-Jun 85 41 8 54 93 95 5760 2880 1440 8641 822 92 20-Jun 171 21-Jun 86 29 8 63 94 91 5819 2910 1455 8729 831.34 21 Jun 172 22-Jun 86.98 . 8.70 95.68 5866 2933 1467 8799 838.04 22-Jun 173 23-Jun 91.48 9.15 100.63 6170 3085 1542 9255 881.40 23-Jun 174 24 Jun 87.81 8 78 96 60 5922 2961 1481 8884 846 06 24-Jun 175 25-Jun 81.62 8 1 6 89 78 5504 2752 1376 8257 786.34 25-Jun 176 26-Jun 78.56 7.86 86.42 5298 2649 1325 7947 756.89 26-Jun 177 27-Jun 78.32 7.83 86.16 5282 2641 1321 7924 754.62 27-Jun 178 28-Jun 76 03 7 60 83 63 5127 2564 1282 7691 732 49 28-Jun 179 29 Jun 79.24 7 92 8716 5344 2672 1336 8016 763 42 29 Jun 180 30-Jun 78.81 7.88 86.69 5315 2658 1329 7973 759.33 30-Jun 181 1-Jul 83.72 8.37 92.09 5646 2823 1412 8470 806.62 1-Jul 182 2 Jul 86 91 8 69 95 60 5862 2931 1465 8792 837 37 2-Jul 183 3-Jul 88 92 8 89 97 81 5997 2998 1499 8995 856.67 184 4-Jul 90.97 9.10 100.06 6135 3068 1534 9203 876.44 4-Jul 185 5-Jul 93.00 9.30 102.30 6272 3136 1568 9408 896.03 5-Jul 186 6 Jul 92.41 9 24 101 65 6232 3116 1558 9348 890 33 6-Jul 187 7 Jul 94.74 9 47 104.21 6389 3195 1597 9584 912 75 7 Jul 188 8-Jul 94.32 9.43 103.75 6361 3181 1590 9542 908.75 8-Jul 189 9-Jul 93.53 9.35 102.89 6308 3154 1577 9462 901.16 9-Jul 190 10-Jul 89 94 8 99 98 93 6066 3033 1516 9098 866 50 10 Jul 191 11 Jul 86.16 8 62 94 78 5811 2906 1453 8717 830.16 11 Jul 192 12-Jul 84.72 8.47 93.19 5714 2857 1428 8570 816.23 12-Jul 193 13-Jul 84.61 8.46 93.07 5706 2853 1427 8559 815.17 13-Jul 194 14 Jul 85 82 6 58 94 40 5788 2894 1447 8682 826 63 14-Jul 195 15-Jul 87 27 8 73 96.00 5886 2943 1471 8829 840.85 15-Jul 196 16-Jul 87.82 8.78 96.60 5923 2961 1481 8884 846.12 16-Jul 197' 17-Jul 92.37 . 9.24 101.61 6230 3115 1557 9345 889.99 17-Jul 198 18-Jul 101.48 1015 111 63 6844 3422 1711 10266 977 76 18 Jul 199 19 Jul 106.43 10 64 117 07 7178 3589 1794 10767 1025 39 19-Jul 200 20-Jul 110.95 11.10 122.05 7483 3741 1871 11224 1068.99 20-Jul 201 21-Jul 110.99 11.10 122.09 7486 3743 1871 11228 1069.37 21-Jul 202 22-Jul 11323 11.32 124 55 7637 3818 1909 11455 1090.94 22-JLit 203 23-Jul 118.13 11.81 129 95 7967 3984 1992 11951 113817 ::23^Jul 204 24-Jul 121.86 12.19 134.05 8219 4109 2055 12328 1174.08 24-Jul 205 25-Jul 119.70 11.97 131.67 8073 4036 2018 12109 1153.24 25-Jul 206 26-Jul 121.37 12 14 133 50 8185 4093 2046 12278 1169 33 26 Jul 207 27-Jul 123.56 1236 135 91 8333 4166 2083 12499 1190.43 27 Jul 208 28-Jul 124.82 12.48 137.30 8418 4209 2105 12627 1202.59 28-Jul 209 29-Jul 123.43 12.34 135.78 8325 4162 2081 12487 1189.25 29-Jul 210 30-Jul 125 04 12 50 137 55 8433 4217 2108 12650 1204 76 30-Jul 211 31-Jul 127.95 12 79 140 74 8629 4315 2157 12944 1232 74 31-Jul 212 1-Aug 126.17 12.62 138.78 8509 4254 2127 12763 1215.56 1-Aug 213 2-Aug 122.48 12.25 134.73 8260 4130 2065 12391 1180.06 2-Aug 214 3-Aug 114 63 11 46 126 09 7731 3865 1933 11596 1104 41 3 Aug 215 4 Aug 111.62 11.16 122 78 7528 3764 1882 11292 1075 44 4-Aug 216 5-Aug 109.77 10.98 120.74 7403 3701 1851 11104 1057.55 5-Aug 217 6-Aug 106.54 10.65 117.20 7186 3593 1796 10779 1026.53 6-Aug 218 7-Aug 102.73 10 27 11301 6929 3464 1732 10393 989 81 7-Aug 219 8 Aug 103.67 10.37 114 04 6992 3496 1748 10488 998 87 8-Aug 220 9-Aug 109.12 10.91 120.03 7359 3680 1840 11039 1051.32 9-Aug 221 10-Aug 117.48 11.75 129.22 7923 3961 1981 11884 1131.84 10-Aug 222 11 Aug 11850 11 85 130 35 7992 3996 1998 11988 1141 68 11 Aug 223 12-Aug 116.18 11 62 127 79 7835 3918 1959 11753 111931 12-Aug 224 13-Aug 117.39 11.74 129.13 7917 3959 1979 11876 1131.02 13-Aug 225 14-Aug 116.42 11.64 128.06 7851 3926 1963 11777 1121.63 14-Aug 226 15 Aug 114 52 11 45 125 97 7724 3862 1931 11586 1103.39 15 Aug 227 16 Aug 110.93 11 09 122 02 7481 3741 1870 11222 1068 74 16 Aug 228 17-Aug 103.88 10.39 114.27 7006 3503 1752 10509 1000.89 17-Aug 229 18-Aug 99.98 10.00 109.98 6743 3371 1686 10114 963.28 18-Aug 230 19 Aug 10011 10 01 11012 6752 3376 1688 10128 964 53 19 Aug 231 20 Aug 98.03 9 80 107 83 6611 3306 1653 9917 944 45 20 Aug 232 21-Aug 94.61 9.46 104.07 6381 3190 1595 9571 911.55 21-Aug 233 22-Aug 92.65 9.27 101.92 6249 3124 1562 9373 892.67 22-Aug 234 94 Table D-6. Summary of the Amount of Water Needed on the Soil Columns - continued average (mm) L.R. (10%) ET+LR (mm) volume (ml) 1/2 volume 1/4 volume 1.5 volume daily vol Julian days 23-Aug 90 54 905 99 59 6106 3053 1526 9159 872.28 23-Aug 235 24 Aug 88.14 8 81 96 96 5945 2972 1486 8917 849.22 24-Aug 236 25-Aug 88.10 8.81 96.91 5942 2971 1485 8913 848.82 25-Aug 237 26-Aug 89.33 8.93 98.26 6025 3012 1506 9037 860.66 26-Aug 238 27-Aug 89 91 8 99 98 90 6064 3032 1516 9095 866 24 27-Aug 239 28 Aug 90 46 9 05 99 51 6101 3050 1525 9151 871 55 28 Aug 240 29-Aug 90.10 9.01 99.11 6076 3038 1519 9114 868.05 29-Aug 241 30-Aug 87.33 8.73 96.06 5890 2945 1472 8835 841.41 30-Aug 242 31 Aug 86 91 8.69 95 60 5862 2931 1465 8792 837 36 31 Aug 243 1-Sep 85.98 860 94 58 5799 2899 1450 8698 828 37 1 Sep 244 2-Sep 84.32 8.43 92.75 5687 2843 1422 8530 812.38 2-Sep 245 3-Sep 80.90 8.09 88.99 5456 2728 1364 8184 779.47 3-Sep 246 4-Sop 8018 8 02 88 20 5408 2704 1352 8111 772 51 4-Sep 247 5-Sep 80 66 8.07 88 73 5440 2720 1360 8160 777 16 5-Scp 248 6-Sep 78.60 7.86 86.46 5301 2651 1325 7952 757.31 6-Sep 249 7-Sep 76.40 7.64 84.04 5153 2576 1288 7729 736.11 7-Sep 250 8-Sep 73 88 7 39 81 26 4982 2491 1246 7474 711 77 8-Sep 251 9-Sep 7314 7 31 80.45 4933 2466 1233 7399 704.69 9-Sep 252 10-Sep 69.32 6.93 76.25 4675 2337 1169 7012 667.85 10-Sep 253 11-Sep 67.04 6.70 73.75 4522 2261 1130 6782 645.94 11-Sep 254 12-Sop 68 21 6 82 75.03 4600 2300 1150 6900 657 16 12-Sep 255 13-Sep 68 78 6 88 75 66 4639 2320 1160 6959 662.72 13-Sep 256 14-Sep 69.78 6.98 76.75 4706 2353 • 1176 7059 672.27 14-Sep 257 15-Sep 72.49 7.25 79.73 4889 2444 1222 7333 698.37 15-Sep 258 16-Sep 73 18 7 32 80.50 4936 2468 1234 7403 705.09 16-Sep 259 17-Sep 72 47 7 25 79 72 4888 2444 1222 7331 698.22 17-Sep 260 18-Sep 72.03 7.20 79.24 4858 2429 1215 7287 694.02 18-Sep 261 19-Sep 71.56 7.16 78.71 4826 2413 1206 7239 689.42 19-Sep 262 20-Sop 70 49 7 05 77 54 4754 2377 1189 7131 679 16 20-Sep 263 21-Sep 66 98 6 70 73 68 4517 2259 l i l i H ' i l i i 6776 645.35 21-Sep 264 22-Sep 65.45 6.54 71.99 4414 2207 1103 6621 630.57 22-Sep 265 23-Sep 61.57 6.16 67.73 4153 2076 1038 6229 593.22 23-Sep 266 24-Sop 60 23 6 02 66 25 4062 2031 1015 6093 580 26 24-Sep 267 25-Sep 57 80 5 78 63 58 3898 1949 975 5847 556 88 25-Sep 268 26-Sep 56.27 5.63 61.89 3795 1897 949 5692 542.10 26-Sep 269 27-Sep 54.68 5.47 60.15 3688 1844 922 5532 526.81 27-Sep 270 28-Sop 53 83 5 38 59 21 3631 1815 908 5446 518 64 28-Scp 271 29-Sep 52.33 5.23 57.57 3530 1765 882 5294 504 22 29-Sep 272 30-Sep 52.19 5.22 57.40 3520 1760 880 5279 502.80 30-Sep 273 1-Oct 53.03 5.30 58.33 3577 1788 894 5365 510.93 1-Oct 274 2-Oct 52 65 5 27 57 92 3551 1775 888 5326 507.27 2 Oct 275 3-Oct 51 48 5 15 56 62 3472 1736 868 5207 495.95 3-Oct 276 4-Oct 50.69 5.07 55.76 3419 1709 855 5128 488.36 4-Oct 277 5-Oct 48.20 4.82 53.02 3251 1625 813 4876 464.43 5-Oct 278 6-Oct 48.15 4 82 52 97 3248 1624 812 4871 463 94 6-Oct 279 7-Oct 45 86 4 59 50 45 3093 1547 773 4640 441.89 7-Oct 280 8-Oct 41.36 4.14 45.49 2789 1395 697 4184 398.46 8-Oct 281 9-Oct 39.55 3.96 43.51 2667 1334 667 4001 381.06 9-Oct 282 10 Oct 36 53 3 65 40 18 2464 1232 616 3695 351 93 10-Oct 283 11-Oct 35 78 3 58 39 36 2413 1207 603 3620 344.72 11 Oct 284 12-Oct 35.32 3.53 38.85 2382 1191 595 3573 340.26 12-Oct 285 13-Oct 32.86 3.29 36.15 2216 1108 554 3325 316.63 13-Oct 286 14-Oct 33 38 3 34 36 72 2251 1126 563 3377 321 61 14-Oct 287 15 Oct 34 64 3 46 3810 2336 1168 584 3504 333.73 15-Oct 288 16-Oct 34.33 3.43 37.76 2315 1158 579 3473 330.77 16-Oct 289 17-Oct 32.93 3.29 36.22 2221 1110 555 3331 317.24 17-Oct 290 18 Oct 31 86 3.19 35.05 2149 1074 537 3223 306.97 18 Oct 291 19-Oct 29 56 296 32.52 1994 997 498 2991 284 82 19-Oct 292 20-Oct 28.59 2.86 31.45 1928 964 482 2892 275.44 20-Oct 293 21-Oct 27.52 2.75 30.27 1856 928 464 2784 265.15 21-Oct 294 22-Oct 25 44 2 54 27 98 1715 858 429 2573 245 07 22 Oct 295 23-Oct 23.18 2.32 25.50 1563 782 391 2345 223.32 23-Oct 296 24-Oct 22.01 2.20 24.22 1485 742 371 2227 212.11 24-Oct 297 25-Oct 21.35 2.14 23.49 1440 720 360 2160 205.72 25-Oct 298 26-Oct 19 66 1 97 21.62 1326 663 331 1989 189 39 26 Oct 299 27-Oct 18 60 1 86 20.46 1254 627 314 1882 17919 27 Oct 300 28-Oct 16.45 1.64 18.09 1109 555 277 1664 158.48 28-Oct 301 29-Oct 15.57 1.56 17.12 1050 525 262 1575 149.97 29-Oct 302 30-Oct 1517 1 52 16 69 1023 512 256 1535 14618 30-Oct 303 31-Oct 14.51 1 45 15 96 979 489 245 1468 139 83 31 Oct 304 1-Nov 13.88 1.39 15.27 936 468 234 1404 133.75 1-Nov 305 2-Nov 13.68 1.37 15.05 923 461 231 1384 131.80 2-Nov 306 95 Table D-6. Summary of the Amount of Water Needed on the Soil Columns - continued average (mm) L R . (10%) ET+LR (mm) volume (ml) 1/2 volume 1/4 volume 1.5 volume daily vol Julian days 3-Nov 14 07 1 41 15.48 949 474 237 1423 135 57 3-Nov 307 4-Nov 14.62 1 46 16.08 986 493 246 1479 140 81 4 Nov 308 5-Nov 14.63 1.46 16.09 987 493 247 1480 140.96 5-Nov 309 6-Nov 14.02 1.40 15.42 946 473 236 1418 135.09 6-Nov 310 7-Nov 12 45 1 24 13 69 840 420 210 1259 119.94 7-Nov 311 8-Nov 12 24 1 22 13.46 825 413 206 1238 117.90 8-Nov 312 9-Nov 12.24 1.22 13.47 826 413 206 1239 117.96 9-Nov 313 10-Nov 11.64 1.16 12.80 785 393 196 1178 112.15 10-Nov 314 11 Nov 10.97 1 10 12 06 740 370 185 1109 105.65 11 Nov 315 12 Nov 10.22 1 02 11.24 689 345 172 1034 98.47 12-Nov 316 13-Nov 10.09 1.01 11.10 680 340 170 1020 97.18 13-Nov 317 14-Nov 10.24 1.02 11.26 690 345 173 1036 98.63 14-Nov 318 15 Nov 10 62 1 06 11.69 716 358 179 1075 102 35 15-Nov 319 16-Nov 10.21 1 02 11.23 689 344 172 1033 98 39 16-Nov 320 17-Nov 9.39 0.94 10.33 633 317 158 950 90.48 17-Nov 321 18-Nov 8.97 0.90 9.87 605 303 151 908 86.46 18-Nov 322 19 No, 8 94 0 89 9 84 603 302 151 905 8618 19-Nov 323 20 Nov 8 39 0 84 9 22 566 283 141 848 80.80 20-Nov 324 21-Nov 7.91 0.79 8.70 533 267 133 800 76.21 21-Nov 325 22-Nov 6.91 0.69 7.60 466 233 117 699 66.60 22-Nov 326 23 Nov 6 20 0 62 6 82 418 209 105 627 59 73 23-Nov 327 24 Nov 611 0 61 6 72 412 206 103 618 58 85 24 Nov 328 25-Nov 5.64 0.56 6.20 380 190 95 570 54.30 25-Nov 329 26-Nov 5.70 0.57 6.27 384 . 192 96 576 54.89 26-Nov 330 27-Nov 5 70 0.57 6.27 385 192 96 577 54.95 27 Nov 331 28 No/ 5.61 0 56 617 378 189 95 567 54 03 28-Nov 332 29-Nov 5.64 0.56 6.20 380 190 95 570 54.33 ' 29-Nov 333 30-Nov 5.18 0.52 5.70 349 175 87 524 49.90 30-Nov 334 1-Dec 4 57 0 46 5 02 308 154 77 462 44 00 1 Doc 335 2 Dec 4 82 0 48 5 31 325 163 81 488 46.47 2-Dec 336 3-Dec 4.58 0.46 5.04 309 155 77 464 44.15 3-Dec 337 4-Dec 4.69 0.47 5.16 316 158 79 474 45.17 4-Dec 338 5-Dec 4.69 0 47 516 316 158 79 474 45 16 5-Dec 339 6-Dec 4 74 0 47 5 21 319 160 80 479 45 64 6 Dec 340 7-Dec 4.51 0.45 4.97 304 152 76 457 43.49 7-Dec 341 8-Dec. 4.54 0.45 4.99 306 153 76 459 43.70 8-Dec 342 9-Dec 4 40 0 44 4 84 297 148 74 445 42 38 9 Doc 343 10-Dec 4 37 0.44 4 80 295 147 74 442 42.09 10-Dec 344 11-Dec 4.19 0.42 4.61 283 141 71 424 40.36 11-Dec 345 12-Dec 4.23 0.42 4.65 285 143 71 428 40.72 12-Dec 346 13-Dec 4 22 0.42 4 64 285 142 71 427 40 65 13-Dec 347 14 Dec 4.22 0 42 4.64 285 142 71 427 40 67 14-Dec 348 15-Dec 4.26 0.43 4.68 287 144 72 431 41.00 15-Dec 349 16-Dec 4.12 0.41 4.53 278. 139 69 417 39.69 16-Dec 350 17 Doc 4 08 0 41 4 49 275 138 69 413 39 32 17-Doc 351 18 Dec 4 24 0 42 4 67 286 143 72 429 40.88 18 Dec 352 19-Dec 4.45 0.44 4.89 300 150 75 450 42.85 19-Dec 353 20-Dec 4.15 0.42 4.57 280 140 70 420 40.02 20-Dec 354 21-Dec 4 03 0 40 4 43 272 136 68 408 38.82 21 Doc 355 22-Dec 3.72 0.37 4.10 251 126 63 377 35 87 22-Dec 356 23-Dec 3.74 0.37 4.12 252 126 63 379 36.05 23-Dec 357 24-Dec 3.74 0.37 4.11 252 126 63 378 35.99 24-Dec 358 25-Dec 3 58 0 36 3 93 241 121 60 362 34 45 25 Dec 359 26 Dec 3 53 0 35 3 88 238 119 59 357 33.99 26 Dec 360 27-Dec 3.25 0.32 3.57 219 110 55 329 31.30 27-Dec 361 28-Dec 3.36 0.34 3.70 227 113 57 340 32.39 28-Dec 362 29 Dec 3 36 0 34 3 69 227 113 57 340 32.36 29-Dec 363 30-Dec 3 24 0.32 3 56 218 109 55 327 31 17 30-Dec 364 31-Dec 3.25 0.33 3.58 219 110 55 329 31.33 31-Dec 365 96 Appendix E Fertilizing Program typical practice area of soil column amount of N per column 1 lb of N/1000 square feet 0.78539816 square feet 0.07296588 square meter 0.0007854 lb of N 0.00035625 kg of N Fertilizer used ratio N-P-K Scotts Turf Builder Plus 2 28-3-3 amount of granular/column 0.00127232 1.27232362 kg g fertilizer distribution 0.01743724 0.001 kg/square meter lb/square feet Scotts Turf Builder Plus 2 - Directions for use Application 1. Apply in spring (April - June) or fall (August - September) when weeds are actively growing. For good turf/lawn management, normally two applications per year per treatment site are adequate. 2. If your lawn needs additional fertilizer during the season, use Scotts Turf Builder. 3. Apply on a calm day. 4. Apply to moist grass. To help particles stick to weed leaves, the grass should be thoroughly watered or wet from dew before apply Turf Builder Plus 2. Watering or Rain Please do not water your lawn for 24 hours after application. Water will wash the weed control off the weed's leaves and reduce the effectiveness of this product. This product should not be applied if rain is expected within the next 24 hours. Important What to expect Weed stems and leaves will begin to twist and curl in a few days, but a month or more may be requied for complete control. This product will not prevent weeds seeds from producing new plants. Extreme temperatures Avoid applying when temperatures are consistently above 32C 97 O II 19 z ( a in in ro 0 E CM ^ Q- ro g _CD 1 1 <U CO N CN .£3 £ N O 5 I f f .— +2 TJ * - "D « -' 5 " - o £ = t 2 E O) 0) o P (/) ~ J= a) J= •E a.-2> S , " ' 5 S's E g g 0) CO < a 2? is ~ fe J2 i n 5 3 O = S CN " Q. "5 . > E °H * > < CN O in % 6 D_ CN i " 3 " i E L i 8-§ 1) O 0) o 98 99 •glflla|fl|fl|a|3|$|3|,s|s|.8| w c E _3 o O o W o t/5 w CD > c o c 0) o c o O c d> O) 2 z I CD CM _fJJ CO aj ^ ~ > < CD o z C/3 o O '5 w cu o w o E < c OJ O) o OJ 15 cu O) 2 CD > < CD CO I LL CO 100 N03-N Concentration of all 5 sets of Leachate 248 278 308 338 368 Julian Day Figure F - l . Nitrate-nitrogen Concentration of A l l 5 Sets of Leachate 101 160 20 N03-N Concentration of set 2 Leachate (ppm) 248 268 288 308 Julian date 113.53 143.17 328 348 Figure F-3. Nitrate-nitrogen Concentration of Set 2 Leachate N03-N Concentration of set 3 Leachate (ppm) 500 0 —i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r--—i - i 1 r 1 —i T- r 1—;—i— 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure F-4. Nitrate-nitrogen Concentration of Set 3 Leachate 102 Nitrate-N cone, of set 4 Leachate (ppm) 350 -i 0 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure F-5. Nitrate-nitrogen Concentration of Set 4 Leachate 103 248 The amount of N03-N (mg) a A 8 ft H 268 288 308 Julian day 328 348 Figure F-7. The /Amounts of Nitrate-nitrogen in the 5 Sets of Leachate 104 N03-N amounts of set 3 (mg) j 1 248 268 288: .308 328 348 Julian days Figure F-10. The Amounts of Nitrate-nitrogen in Set 3 Leachate 105 N03-N amounts of set 5 250 T = 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian days Figure F-12. The Amounts of Nitrate-nitrogen in Set 5 Leachate 106 LO CO O fl) •*-> ._ 0 Q . > Q. c i o > CS O 0} o c o o c. o E CO 0 (/) (0 CO LO c\i CN LO LO O CN 00 CD CM CO d CO d d CM d T3 .9* Q. 1-<D +-> (0 c o E < 107 CO c E _2 o O '5 00 cz CU -+—' CO . c o co CU CD o ro o E E cu < .—• if— CD O sz „ £ TO CD c: CD D) TJ 0 C - t CD 1 ^ CD Q_ c Q-O ^ c o E E < ° 5 cn o co c >< o ro O 'IP -•—< cu CO c E _2 o O '5 co CD c o c CD O c o O c cu o n o E E < TO a ro ^ 3 < - o C D § 5 « Q . _Q Q- ro cu § CN «H C D ro co -*-» cu CO a E _=j o O o CO CD c Z3 o E < c CD O) O ro 'tz o E E < cu O) CD CU 3 a) 5c I- i l -co I C D n H < It 108 NH4-N Concentration of leachate (ppm) 248 268 288 308 Julian day 328 348 Figure G-l. Ammonia-nitrogen Concentration of Leachate in a l l 5 Sets of Leachate NH4-N concentration of set 1 (ppm) 70 n 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian day Figure G-2. Ammonia-nitrogen Concentration of Set 1 Leachate 109 NH4-N cone of set 2 (ppm) 100 i 248 268 288 , .. . 308 328 348 Julian day Figure G-3. Ammonia-nitrogen Concentration of Set 2 Leachate 110 80 i 70 -60 50 40 30 20 NH4-N cone of set 4 (ppm) f^* , r > ^ 66.72 ""^ Hl'i n i ^\ /1 It \. \ i iC\ 1 6 /1 10 u -i 1 1 248 268 288 Julian day 3 0 8 3 2 8 348 Figure G-5. Ammonia-nitrogen Concentration of Set 4 Leachate 111 120 248 Amounts of NH4-N in the 5 Sets of Leachate (mg) 268 288 308 Julian days 348 Figure G-7. The /Amounts of Ammonia-nitrogen in the 5 Sets of Leachate Amounts of NH4-N of set 1 (mg) tfV on IV fit 25l> f * V. \— fx A 2.16 268 288 308 328 348 Julian days Figure G -8 . The Amounts of Ammonia-nitrogen in Set 1 Leachate 112 Amounts of NH4-N of set 2 (mg) A 58.10 ^•A 55.40 J / \ * ^ 6 . 7 1 l \ T V15 J » 21,10 1 6 0 6 -i 1 1 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian days Figure G-9. The Amounts of Ammonia-nitrogen in Set 2 Leachate Amounts of NH4-N of set 3 (mg) 2.5 ! 248 268 288 308 328 348 Jul ian days Figure GT-10. The Amounts of Ammonia-nitrogen in Set 3 Leachate 113 Amounts of NH4-N of set 4 (mg) 5.77 / X | c m X 1 \ \ \ A"" A " /* A 0.7/ I / V . 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian days Figure G—11. The Amounts of Ammonia-nitrogen in Set 4 Leachate Amounts of NH4-N of set 5 (mg) ^ A 1 1 0 . 5 3 A 91.38 / 1 <F^6.16 l\ ' 1 / jV73H / l\ f \ \ -A^e.37 k £ 3 ^ 13.59 \ \ /CXw 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian days Figure G-12. The Amounts of Ammonia-nitrogen in Set 5 Leachate 114 115 Concentration Of N03 and NH4 of set 1 (ppm) 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-l. The concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 1 Leachate Concentration Of N03 and NH4 of set 2 (ppm) 250 200 150 100 50 M NH4-N M N03-N 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-2. The Concentration of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 2 Leachate 116 600 Cone. Of NQ3 and NH4 of set 3 (ppm) 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-3. The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 3 Leachate Concentration Of N03 and NH4 of set 4 (ppm) 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 M NH4-N M N03-N 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-4. The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 4 Leachate 117 Concentration Of N03 and NH4 of set 5 (ppm) 180 - i 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294.. 297 . 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-5. The Concentrations of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 5 Leachate The concentration of N03-N vs. NH4-N 300 250 200 150 100 50 - *~ noo — nh4 — : ^ — 3 : ; +-.*>S^ k — * - , r -, , J^-^*^-^->— . H 1 1 248 268 288 308 Julian day 328 348 Figure H-6. Comparison between the Concentrations of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 1 Leachate 118 The concentration of N03-N vs. NH4-N in Set 2 (ppm) 248 268 288 308 Julian day 328 348 Figure H-7. Comparison between the Concentrations of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 2 Leachate The concentration of N03-N vs. NH4-N in Set 3 (ppm) _ _ _ no3 — nh4 ^ A . J -288 308 Julian day Figure H-8. Comparison between the Concentrations of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 3 Leachate 119 The concentration of N03-N vs. NH4-N in Set 4 (ppm) 350 I : : : 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian day Figure H-9. Comparison between the Concentrations of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 4 Leachate The concentration of N03-N vs. NH4-N in Set 5 (ppm) 140 -1 — 248 268 288 Julian day 308 328 348 Figure H-10. Comparison between the Concentrations of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 5 Leachate 120 Amount of Available Nitrogen in set 1 (mg) (in NQ3 and NH4) • 10 HNH4-N HN03-N 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian day Figure H - l l . The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 1 Leachate Amount of Available Nitrogen in set 2 (mg) (in N03 and NH4) H NH4-N H N03-N • IBlliBlils^BPIi^lslssl ^ 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-12. The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 2 Leachate 121 Amount of Available Nitrogen in set 3 (mg) (in N03 and NH4) 13 NH4-N M N03-N 0 - - - r vv ,v - 1 i i V ,........v. | ... | f | 1 1 1 1 I f V " 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-13. The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 3 Leachate Amount of Available Nitrogen in set 4 (mg) (in N03 and NH4) M NH4-N H N03-N 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297.301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-14. The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 4 Leachate 122 Amount of Available Nitrogen in set 5 (mg) (in N03 and NH4) 13 NH4-N m N03-N I I ' " I r 1 1 1 1 i f ' " I I 'I I I I V " 248 252 255 259 262 266 280 283 287 290 294 297 301 304 308 311 315 318 322 325 329 332 339 Julian date Figure H-l5. The Amount of Available Nitrogen Present in Set 5 Leachate The amount of N03-N vs. NH4-N (mg) in Leachate of Set 1 25 -r 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian day Figure H-16. Comparison between the Amounts of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 1 Leachate 123 120 i 100 80 60 40 20 248 The amount of N03-N vs. NH4-N (mg) in Leachate of Set 2 - * - N 0 3 -m -NH4 1 till ^ ^ ^ V ™ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ir r ^ i 268 288 308 Julian day 328 348 Figure H-17. Comparison between the Amounts of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 2 Leachate The amount of N03-N vs. NH4-N (mg) in Leachate of Set 3 5 -4 -7 % - » - N 0 3 4 • / ^ f v \ - ® - N H 4 3 • / v_ / v \ + * 3 < 2 -2. • 1 1 / \ i r 1 I 1^3 / \ im I N . J ^ TEcl ' foa rrr. rra rm rm R*. U -j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . ^ n n 1 I i » » T i l o a B r ™ 1 ion 248 268 288 308 Julian day 328 348 Figure H-18. Comparison between the Amounts of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 3 Leachate 124 The amount of N03-N vs. NH4-N (mg) in Leachate of Set 4 14, , 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian day Figure H-19. Comparison between the Amounts of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 4 Leachate The amount of N03-N vs. NH4-N (mg) in Leachate of Set 5 250 i 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian day Figure H-20. Comparison between the Amounts of NO3-N and NH4-N in Set 5 Leachate 125 I 5-Dec| at to CO I 6.772033I I 32.016221 I 3.098037I I 6.650956I I 45.189281 u o a Tt CO to to I 2.1638171 I 21.103871 0.561983 I 1.5283451 I 20.231541 27-Nov CO CO I 9.3527 25.3886 I 2.64194 I 47.59259 I 27-Nov tN CO CO 1.1.301883 I 12.09311 0.45962 o 1 26.36786 24-Nov 00 IN co I 7.448351 I 31.09561 | 2.883487 I 6.203639 I 48.57089 I 24-Nov cn «o I 1.323233 I 12.10131 0.471077 1 1.545297 1 19.16986 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied 20-Nov 3 CO I 7.036167 I 27.98568 I 2.698687 I 47.78914 I 20-Nov •o <N CO | 0.026133 I 0.12076 96000 | o I 0.250158 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied 17-Nov| CN CO I 6.730733) I 26.10719 I 2.205653 I 5.340466 I 48.20012 ) 17-Nov CN CN CO | 0.031617 I 0.169958 I 0.012577 I 0.01237 I 0.241224 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied I 13-Nov! co I 5.3556 I 21.98824 I 1.57686 ] 38.11833 > o z co CO CO I 0.0305 I 0.127047 I 0.00972 © I 0.24851 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied 10-Nov «w Jo 4.956117 28.00208 2.760637 I 4.658724 ] 41.40118 | 10-Nov m Jo | 0.059617 I 0.228847 ) 0.01393 I 0.019166 I 0.553922 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied Ideal | 0.3562441 0.3562441 0.356244) Ideal I 356.2441 356.244| 356.244| 6-Nov o co 4.3097061 I 26.60663! ! 1.954681 I 36.9698 I 6-Nov to i 0.081667 ] 0.396569 I 0.020627 o I 1.040837 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied u IO 0.3581761 0.3577841 0.35798! o m 358.176| 357.7841 357.981 3-Nov r-o CO | 8.853472I | 26.38263! I 2.698051 CO m CN co I 48.09685 I 3-Nov 80C I I 0.04731 I 0.200537 I 0.014777 I 0.01616 I 0.589181 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied IO 0.3564961 0.356721 0.357728| n « 356.496| 356.721 357.7281 30-Oct ro o CO 5.704545 26.96182 CN CN CO CN 18.6075572 I 30-Oct s CO I 0.07656 10.4107535 I 0.0196472 o 10.6333177 lative to the Amount of Nitrogen Applied IO 0.357841 0.357224J 0.358008| in 357.841 357.2241 358.0081 I 27-Oct | o o CO I 6.77351 ! 38.88109| ] 1.6954991 I 4.916364! I 61.61528 13 9 o I 0.067467 I 0.401722 I 0.015916 I 0.028048 I 1.02544 0) DC <D 9 0.357476| 0.357841 0.3572241 u 357.4761 357.84! 357.224] 23-Oct CO cn CN I 7.7182 I 35.39014 I 1.738283 I 77.97102 I 23-Oct f-cn CM | 0.0847 | 0.522935 | 0.017746 o I 1.070155 he Leachai Tt 0.357504| 0.358092] 0.3571 n 357.5041 358.0921 e'-en c i 9 o co cn CN I 9.691 I 58.19669 I 2.512576 I 8.141523 I 100.2532 | 20-Oct 3 CN ] 2.5553 [18.84207 fO.915992 | 1.458708 I 17.9078 he Leachai n 0.35784| 0.3573081 0.3578681 rs Tt 357.841 357.308| 357.868| 16-Oct I cn CO CN 12.49351 69.86199 3.353369 132.9989 16-Oct o en ] 0.177733 I 1.045611 I 0.042255 o I 2.102896 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl co 0.357812[ 0.3569161 0.357561 co 357.812! 356.916| 357.56] I 13-Oct to s I 12.654411 I 74.7572! I 3.019867) I 8.979302! | 135.0708) I 13-Oct| r— S3 I 0.251403! I 1.191024 I 0.0532 I 0.110774 I 3.077651 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl n co 0.356496| 0.3571121 0.3564121 n •356.496! 357.1121 356.4121 9-Oct CN 00 CN 12.1524 58.19209 3.310476 [ 98.347981 \ 9-Oct to 00 CN I 1.95429 I 24.154827 I 0.644358 o I 47.410638 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl co 0.357952| 0.356552! 0.358232! n tt 357.952| 356.5521 358.232! [ 6-Oct CO f» IN |9.5798967| | 76.858111 | 2.44767131 I 8.11494321 I 132.64363 I 6-Oct o CO CN I 4.51367 I 55.404074 I 2.05751 I 7.2931768 I 110.52862 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl rs 0.356804J 0.3567761 0.3584| tj ' 356.804! " 356.7761 358.41 I 22-Sep | m u> CN 113.2087767; 182.6518524 I 2.79418533 110.6379473 1180.527914 a o •? tN CO CO CM I 4.70057 136.7141128 I 1.242696 I 5.06609092 160.2651015 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl a CN 0.356804I 0.3578961 0.3576161 n CT 356.804! 357.896| 357.616| cn 357.5041 357.24271 I 357.9053! I 18-Sep CO CN I 15.93009 I 79.25779 I 3.462968 | 135.1607 I 18-Sep (N CO CN ] 5.897827 | 58.10337 I 1.6388 o I 91.37786 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl co CN 0.3569441 0.35658| 0.35798| 356.944| 356.58| 357.981 Tt 357.60671 357.74671 357.364! [ 15-Sep s | 19.29965 | 88.28657 | 3.736081 | 12.99304 | 195.0092 I 15-Sep at •o CN | 5.748687 | 48.45995 I 1.492655 I 5.771461 I 73.58968 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl u 0.359941 0.3566641 0.35756| u 359.941 356.664| 357.56| f l 357.421 356.86 co © m CO 1 Avergae N amounts per sets from N03 (mg) Ck s CN 23.080773 | 95.635071 ] 4.1057067 | 206.85457 I 11 -Sep « to IN I 7.0044267 | 55.686311 I 1.6104 o I 86.159464 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (gt 1 A 0.35952I 0.3563841 0.356581 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (nig) I n 359.521 356.3841 356.58| 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (mg) I CN 356.850671 357.084! 357.998671 1 Avergae N amounts per sets from N03 (mg) a D •? 00 m CN I 16.623587! I 74.726549! I 3.4562703 I 5.2814339 I 10.272748 lAverage NH4 amount of sets (mg) i 8-Sep CN CN I 0.7739333 I 6.0626146 I 0.1585467 I 0.7115424 I 13.594934 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (gt 1 a 0.3590161 0.356804 0.3581481 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (nig) I CO 359.0161 356.8041 « 0 Tt cd in CO 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (mg) I 359.4921 356.61733331 357.4293333 1 Avergae N amounts per sets from N03 (mg) S *? «W 5 12.355746 50.3408271 2.3948496 I 88.43340044 lAverage NH4 amount of sets (mg) I - 4-Sep S 1.014 I 5.38090266 0.171132 o I 13.2047627 Table H-3. Calculation of the Amount of Nitrogen Found in tl 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (gt 1 1 Sep-9-97 Oct-7-97 I Nov-3-97 | 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (nig) I 1 Sep-9-97 Oct-7-97 Nov-3-97 1 Amount of N applied from fertilizer (mg) I 1 Sep-9-97 Oct-7-97 Nov-3-97 1 Avergae N amounts per sets from N03 (mg) CM CO Tt m lAverage NH4 amount of sets (mg) CO Tt m 126 -V-£ • 1 c o u •o cu Q. Q. < _ C <u o> o o E < 4> > . « a. CO O a> c 3 o § 4 £ ' •S , £• I , 25 IS 1 1 ~~ re E Z TJ <U c si o a> E a-< E X o o o in # # £ # o o o o o in o in f n n N N o o o o in 0) O) O -mm z o 3 o E < cu' sz £ 3. o « 3 o n U oo • -X 4) mZ\ CO I-£ CO O I 3 £ z > ; o i 127 <j> U co 0) C a j= a. to o Q. O £ o o to Jo >. (0 c < •E c a> a. • a. < 3T 81 I c 3 o E < a> TJ c co I O l a ) IN Nl>)h cu C CO co 8 o t o E < T3 c co 1 o - Urn +•» c 8 C 0 o a> > < cu 128 Leachate Ortho-P Concentration (ppm) -^ 1 - E 3 - 2 -*r-3 - * - 4 ^ 5 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure 1-1. The Concentration of Orthophosphate in the Leachate of a l l 5 Sets of So i l Columns Ortho-P Concentration Of set 1 (ppm) o - •\2 84 2.5 / / V \ 3 8 o // z - 4/1.89 Si 1 " ' . 1.5 *• 1 -0.5 • n » 0X9 — * ^ L A 2 £ 7 / * S P 6 9 f^3£h\ji t 0.64 ^^ 0.37 VWWB' *J)SU2 / / 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure 1-2. The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 1 Leachate 129 Ortho-P Concentration Of set 2 (ppm) 3.5 i 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure 1-3. The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 2 Leachate Ortho-P Concentration Of set 3 (ppm) 3.5 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure 1-4. The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 3 Leachate 130 Ortho-P Concentration Of set 4 (ppm) Vi \\ —^ > fi fn > O g L sf***^""^ °- 60 — , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 • " ^"^tWuiln i 1 1 1 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date Figure 1-5. The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 4 Leachate Ortho-P Concentration Of set 5 (ppm) A6'3 1 A / Jk My U i , ^ * n , ^ i j r f , - r - - - . 0 , 3 248 268 288 Julian date 308 328 348 Figure 1-6. The Concentration of Orthophosphate in Set 5 Leachate 131 Amounts of Orthophosphate in the Leachate (mg) ^ 1 -e - 2 - * - 4 - * - 5 A A i E, & a a g—,—IhHfcft i f i i i H 11 H i, i 11 m ,— 248 268 288 308 . 3 2 8 348 Julian days Figure 1-7. The Amounts of Orthophosphate in the Leachate of a l l 5 sets of Soil Columns 0.8 -| 0.7 -0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 -0.1 Amounts of Ortho-P of set 1 (mg) 4X0.69 4^ 0.44 NAo43 f0.36 \ ^ ^ ^ ^ ft 20 ' u.u-i 1 — ; — i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ' - w i - - r - - T -248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian days Figure 1-8. The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 1 Leachate 132 6 -| Amounts of Ortho-P of Set 2 (mg) 5 A >4k4.76 4 -/ V \ 5 5 o I > 2.93 o Z * -i T -2 8 8 Julian days 3 0 8 Figure 1-9. The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 2 Leachate 133 0.8 i 0.7 • 0.6 0.5 0.4 • Amounts of Ortho-P of set 4 (mg) TY \ \ \\ >\ \ j » 2 u.o -0.2 0.1 0.0 2' 48 268 288 308 328 348 Julian days Figure 1-11. The Amounts of Orthophospahte in Set 4 Leachate Amounts of Ortho-P of set 5 (mg) 25-1— : Julian days Figure 1-12. The Amounts of Orthophosphate in Set 5 Leachate 134 5-Dec| eo n n 0.0221 0.1361 0.0041 . 0.0141 . 0.3251 > • 8 fN to co 0.0211 0.1341 0.0041 1 0.356| 25-Nov| cn CNI CO 0.0231 1 0.1681 0.0051 0.0151 CO CD CO O 21-Novl m CM co 0.0041 0.028| o.oool 0.2341 I recovered 18-Nov| CM CM CO 0.0051 0.0111 0.0011 0.0001 0.1591 For the 3-month period 1 * I recovered c* CO CD CN I 19.40%| I 0.58%| I 1.30%| I 49.20%| Relative to the Amount of P Applied 14-Nov| CO) io 0.0101 0.0391 0.002I 0.2521 For the 3-month period 1 total P found 3.061 22.281 0.671 1.50! in CD' cn Relative to the Amount of P Applied 11-Novl co 0.0171 0.1141 0.004I 0.0051 0.3381 For the 3-month period 1 I total P I 1 applied I 115.021 114.851 CN CO I 114.931 ( 114.931 Relative to the Amount of P Applied 7-Novl CO 0.0151 0.1021 0.002I 0.3531 CN CO in Relative to the Amount of P Applied 4-Novl 00 o CO 0.0161 0.0951 0.002I 0.0071 0.4111 Relative to the Amount of P Applied 31-Octl 3 co 0.0341 0.1691 0.004I 0.6481 1 average I 2.65% | I 19.42%| I 0.58% 1 I 1.30%: I 49.20% Relative to the Amount of P Applied 28-Octl 5 co 0.0171 0.1291 0.003I 0.0091 0.5771 latter 3rd [application m a 9 co > I 0.30% I 1.91%! I 0.06% I 0.09% I 6.22% Relative to the Amount of P Applied 24-Octl N -cn CM 0.0241 0.1671 0.0071 1 0.8171 !%P of total recovered In leachate 1 after 2nd I application co > o 00 v o I 0.85% 1 I 6.56% I I 0.15%' I 0.19% I 16.92% in the Leachate 1 21-Oct I s 0.044] 0.2581 0.008I 0.0261 0.5171 !%P of total recovered In leachate after 1st application •s 9 CO a <D w 6.80% 49.78% 1.54% 3.63% 124.47% in the Leachate 1 17-Oct | o cn CN 0.0431 0.3751 0.006I 0.9511 !%P of total recovered In leachate CN CO -t cn grass: 1 in the Leachate 1 14-Octl 00 CN 0.0681 0.8171 0.0151 0.0391 oo CO CO application IO O CP a i o z I After the 3 applications over the growing season of turf tie Amount of P Found 10-Oct| CO 00 IN 0.0921 0.5971 0.0151 1.0781 after 3rd I application [ 0.116] 0.732I 0.022I 0.033I 2.385 I After the 3 applications over the growing season of turf tie Amount of P Found 7-Octl o 00 CN 0.1971 1.3781 0.0331 0.1231 2.9421 j total P found In leachate (mg) I after 2nd I application I co > o z CO •G O 0.323 2.5111 0.057I 0.074I 6.4771 I After the 3 applications over the growing season of turf tie Amount of P Found 23-SBP| CO CN 0.3191 cn CN 0.0621 0.1901 3.8141 j total P found In leachate (mg) I after 1st I application I 9 cn a CD CO 2.6211 . 19.0341 0.590I 1.3891 I 47.677! I After the 3 applications over the growing season of turf | 2413.521 | 17594.631 I 529.16! I 1181.34 | 44624.90 tie Amount of P Found a <D "1 co CM CO CN 1 0.4281 I 2.6861 1 0.0861 1 5.8281 j total P found In leachate (mg) I CO m I After the 3 applications over the growing season of turf CM CO IO Table 1-3. The Calculation of tl 16-Sep | CO m CN 0.5391 in m CO 0.1131 0.3201 6 557 Table 1-3. The Calculation of tl 12-Sep| «2 tO CM 0.6931 4.7601 0.1541 9.2051 Nov-3-97 I 38.2961 ! 38.3571 I 38.293! I 38.289 I 38.347 I kg P will be found Table 1-3. The Calculation of tl 9-Sep| s 0.4451 4.3161 0.1421 0.756| 19.3311 [Amount of N applied from fertilizer (mg) Oct-7-97 38.2091 38.2591 38.235! co ro cd CO 38.276 CN CN % CM z o Ol J f lit applied water as soil column set: I kg P will be found Table 1-3. The Calculation of tl 1 Average P amounts (mg) 1 a CO «? in 3 (N 0.3641 2.9291 0.0931 5.2391 [Amount of N applied from fertilizer (mg) 1 Sep-9-97 1 38.5171 38.234| 38.295I 38.3151 38.304! 1 City of Vancouver: I 57.81 | 57800000 | 0.00488243 1 30236.1769 lit applied water as soil column set: 1 804.51 1 5864.89 I 176.39 | 393.78 | 14874.97 Table 1-3. The Calculation of tl 1 Average P amounts (mg) 1 CN co TT cn [Amount of N applied from fertilizer (mg) CN CO m 1 City of Vancouver: 1 total lawn area a c a •a 5 • total N applied 1 lit applied water as soil column set: CN CO ^, •o 135 136 137 138 Appendix J Analysis of the Nitrogen Content in Grass Clippings Table J-1. Nitrogen Content (%) of Grass clippings obtained from nitrogen determinator (moisture content included) 9-Sep 16-Sep 23-Sep 7-Oct 14-Oct 21-Oct 28-Oct 10-Nov 26-Nov 29-Jan 252 259 266 280 287 294 301 314 330 394 1a 1.16 0.71 1.25 0.78 0.81 0.9 0.73 0.95 0.77 1.11 1b 1.17 0.78 1.02 0.75 0.93 0.93 0.78 0.93 0.82 0.97 1c 1.19 1.02 1.31 0.7 0.75 1.03 0.87 0.99 0.9 1.02 2a 1.37 1.37 1.54 0.64 0.68 1.02 0.81 0.95 0.76 0.88 2b 1.69 1.43 1.52 0.67 0.78 0.83 0.7 0.87 0.84 0.97 2c 1.42 1.46 1.5 0.64 0.75 0.87 0.66 1.09 0.8 0.98 3a 1.4 1.71 1.1 0.7 0.66 0.89 0.75 1.22 0.86 1.05 3b 1.34 1.4 1.44 0.62 0.82 0.97 0.71 0.78 1.16 1.03 3c 1.64 1.56 1.71 0.79 0.75 0.99 0.73 0.86 0.89 1.06 4a 1.8 1.55 1.44 0.66 0.73 0.86 0.8 0.98 1.34 1 4b 1.62 1.86 1.22 0.74 0.5 0.93 0.74 1.07 0.88 0.99 4c 1.28 1.9 1.67 0.62 0.65 0.89 0.75 1.22 0.93 1.01 5a 1.7 1.22 1.13 0.81 0.68 0.74 0.79 0.99 0.82 0.9 5b 1.22 1.34 1.09 0.76 0.75 0.86 0.73 1.01 0.91 0.93 5c 1.47 1.77 1.33 0.92 0.67 0.91 0.83 1.03 0.74 0.93 Table J-2. The Actual Nitrogen Content (ppm) in the Grass Cli| ipings (drj i weight, moisture content excluded) 9-Sep 16-Sep 23-Sep 7-Oct 14-Oct 21-Oct 28-Oct 10-Nov 26-Nov 29-Jan 252 . 259 266 280 287 294 301 314 330 394 1a 100000 61207 107759 67241 69828 77586 62931 81897 66379 95690 1b 100862 67241 87931 64655 80172 80172 67241 80172 70690 83621 1c 102586 87931 112931 60345 64655 88793 75000 85345 77586 87931 2a 118103 118103 132759 55172 58621 87931 69828 81897 65517 75862 2b 145690 123276 131034 57759 67241 71552 60345 75000 72414 83621 2c 122414 125862 129310 55172 64655 75000 56897 93966 68966 84483 3a 120690 147414 94828 60345 56897 76724 64655 105172 74138 90517 3b 115517 120690 124138 53448 70690 83621 61207 67241 100000 88793 3c 141379 134483 147414 68103 64655 85345 62931 74138 76724 91379 4a 155172 133621 124138 56897 62931 74138 68966 84483 115517 86207 4b 139655 160345 105172 63793 43103 80172 63793 92241 75862 85345 4c 110345 163793 143966 53448 56034 76724 64655 105172 80172 87069 5a 146552 105172 97414 69828 58621 63793 68103 85345 70690 77586 5b 105172 115517 93966 65517 64655 74138 62931 87069 78448 80172 5c 126724 152586 114655 79310 57759 78448 71552 88793 63793 80172 139 Table J-3. Sample Calculations of Moisture Content in the Grass Clippings % N f r o m weight of c r u . & s a c r u & s a m m a s s o f ac tua l N d e t e r m . c r u c i b l e weight after 1 1 0 C water m .c % N 2 9 - J a n 1a 1.110 42.674 47.331 43.198 4.133 0.887 9:866 1b 0.970 41.282 44.266 41.623 2.643 0.886 8.474 1 c 1.020 44.826 48.263 45.220 3.042 0.885 8.894 2a 0.880 39.210 43.107 39.646 3.461 0.888 7.870 2 b 0.970 41.456 47.212 42.150 5.061 0.879 8.041 2 c 0.980 41.571 48.688 42.421 6.267 0.881 8.203 3a 1.050 44.813 47.868 45.165 2.704 0.885 9.126 3 b 1.030 41.629 45.039 42.089 2.950 0.865 7.627 3 c 1.060 41.706 47.035 42.330 4.705 0.883 9.048 4 a 1.000 43.631 46.212 43.928 2.284 0.885 8.682 4 b 0.990 44.116 47.546 44.499 3.048 0.888 8.872 4 c 1.010 43.786 48.634 44.335 4.299 0.887 8.914 5a 0.900 42.708 44.600 42.956 1.644 0.869 6.872 5 b 0.930 44.596 49.066 45.050 4.016 0.898 9.154 5c 0.930 43.714 46.662 44.020 2.642 0.896 8.963 average 0.884 moisture content (m.c.) = (mass of water/mass of sample)*100% where mass of water = crucible & sample - crucible & sample after 110C for 24 hrs mass of sample = weight of sample & crucible - weight of crucible Since the nitrogen content obtained by using the nitrogen determinator included moisture content, therefore, we have to take out the moisture content in order to find out the actual nitrogen content in the grass clippings: actual %N = (%N from Nitrogen determinator / (1-moisture content)) Table J-4. The Average Nitrogen content (ppm) of Grass Clippings 9 - S e p 1 6 - S e p 2 3 - S e p 7-Oct 14-Oct 21 -Oct 28 -Oct 1 0 - N o v 2 6 - N o v 29 -Jan 252 259 266 280 287 294 301 314 330 394 1 101149.4 72126.4 102873.6 64080.5 71551.7 82183.9 68390.8 82471.3 71551.7 89080.5 2 128735.6 122413.8 131034.5 56034.5 63505.7 78160.9 62356.3 83620.7 68965.5 81321.8 3 125862.1 134195.4 122126.4 60632.2 64080.5 81896.6 62931.0 82183.9 83620.7 90229.9 4 135057.5 152586.2 124425.3 58046.0 54023.0 77011.5 65804.6 93965.5 90517.2 86206.9 5 126149.4 124425.3 102011.5 71551.7 60344.8 72126.4 67528.7 87069.0 70977.0 79310.3 140 Grass Clippings Nitrogen Content (ppm) 248 278 308 338 Julian Date 368 398 Figure J - l . Grass Clippings Nitrogen Contents of the 5 Sets of Soil Columns Grass clippings N Content of Set 1 (ppm) 60000 40000 20000 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 [ i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 11 i 11 i 1111 i 11 1111 11 111 11 i 11 i 11 i 11 248 268 288 308 328 348 368 388 Julian date Figure J-2. Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 1 141 140000 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0 Grass clippings N Content of Set 2 (ppm) 248 268 288 308 328 Julian date 348 368 388 Figure J - 3 . Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 2 160000 140000 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 Grass clippings N Content of Set 3 (ppm) 248 268 288 308 328 348 Julian date I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 368 388 Figure J -4 . Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 3 142. 180000 160000 140000 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 Grass clippings N Content of Set 4 (ppm) 248 268 288 308 328 Julian date 348 368 388 Figure J - 5 . Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 4 140000 n 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 Grass clippings N Content of Set 5 (ppm) 248 268 288 308 328 348 368 388 Julian date Figure J - 6 . Nitrogen Contents of Grass Clippings of Set 5 143 144 145 146 Appendix K Soil Nitrogen Content Analysis 1 I I ! Table K-1. Sample Calculation of Nitrogen Content in the Soil Soil nutrient profile root zone 10cm midway(25cm) drainrocks 0 10 25 40 1a 0.54 0.4 0.22 0.28 1b 0.25 0.18 0.2 0.18 1c 0.38 0.11 0.2 0.33 2a 0.34 0.14 0.23 0.18 2b 0.27 0.23 0.23 0.15 2c 0.39 0.22 0.21 0.21 3a 0.26 0.18 0.19 0.18 3b 0.31 0.24 0.14 0.25 3c 0.26 0.26 0.18 0.16 4a 0.29 0.27 0.17 0.23 4b 0.29 0.24 0.18 0.24 4c 0.25 0.21 0.24 0.17 5a 0.28 0.23 0.17 0.28 5b 0.25 0.22 0.19 0.22 5c 0.27 0.22 0.24 0.26 average of sets (%N), including m.c. root zone 10cm midway drainrocks 0 10 25 40 1 0.390 0.230 0.207 0.263 2 0.333 0.197 0.223 0.180 3 0.277 0.227 0.170 0.197 4 0.277 0.240 0.197 0.213 5 0.267 . 0.223 0.200 0.253 average %N of the 5 sets (ppm) root zone 10cm midway drainrocks 0 10 25 40 1 17440.45 10285.40 9241.95 11776.03 2 14906.37 8794.76 9987.27 8049.44 3 12372.29 10136.33 7602.25 8794.76 4 12372.29 10732.59 8794.76 9540.08 5 11925.10 9987.27 8943.82 11328.84 Moisture content calculation crucible crucible & cru.&sam mass of ID weight sample after 110C water m.c 1a 45.048 62.122 57.968 4.153 24.33% 1b 43.357 58.610 55.103 3.507 22.99% 1c 41.844 62.080 57.290 4.790 23.67% 2a 41.826 62.943 58.250 4.693 22.22% 2b 43.374 65.231 60.063 5.169 23.65% 2c 47.768 72.435 • 66.914 5.521 22.38% 3a 47.568 64.824 60.853 3.971 23.01% 3b 43.786 61.470 57.296 4.174 23.60% 3c 42.568 62.726 58.120 4.606 22.85% 4a 41.672 58.243 54.552 3.691 22.27% 4b 42.912 65.386 60.283 5.103 22.70% 4c 44.085 72.969 66.113 6.856 23.74% 5a 41.596 54.030 51.959 2.072 16.66% 5b 43.417 61.023 57.179 3.844 21.83% 5c 42.383 62.427 58.517 3.911 19.51% actual %N in soil root zone 10cm midway drainrocks 0 10 25 40 1 1.744 1.029 0.924 1.178 2 1.491 0.879 0.999 0.805 3 1.237 1.014 0.760 0.879 4 1.237 1.073 0.879 0.954 5 1.193 0.999 0.894 1.133 147 Soil N Profile (%N) —-A 1c a 2c 1 3a — 3 b 0 4a a 4c 50 5 c 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 depth of soil Figure K-l. Nitrogen Contents of Soil in a l l 15 Soi l Columns Soil Nitrogen Content Profile (ppm) moisture content excluded 20000 15000 10000 5000 o 4 —m—2 —H— 4 —X—5 10 20 30 Depth of soil (cm) 40 50 Figure K-2. Nitrogen contents of Soil expressed in ppm Soil N Profile (%N, m.c. excluded) ———^—m—-- « — » 8 g 8 g ^ v LJ Z — — _ — = = = ^ i —X—4 —*— 5 0 10 20 30 40 50 depth of soil (cm) Figure K-3. Nitrogen Contents of Soil expressed in %N 148 

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