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significant when compared to the standard error of the difference, 0.0478 inch. These data, which include 933 measurements of 31 1 precipitation days on the Priest River Experimental Forest and 38 measurements of 19 precipitation days on the Bent Creek Experimental Forest, show that the inexpensive Forest Service type rain gage is entirely dependable for all ordinary measurements of rainfall where large capacity or automatic recording is not required. Other factors such as topography anddoi:10.1175/1520-0493(1942)070<0268:protit>2.0.co;2 fatcat:64ykir7kkndvlni3rnb5kg467e