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Different classification procedures are used for the series and hence for the associations by SSLRC and MLURI. Consequently, in England and Wales there are 299 soil associations containing 417 series and in Scotland there are 590 associations with 552 series. Soil mapping is currently being carried out by the Department of Agriculture in Northern Ireland but a provisional HOST map and data set has been prepared. The soil association maps have been digitised and stored as both vector and raster data sets, the latter at a resolution of 1km2 and 100m7.
Over 100 of the 135 records had values of explained variance less than 30% indicating a weak relationship between annual BFI and annual runoff. Only 20 stations had explained variances in excess of 50% and these were located mainly in eastern Scotland. Further investigation revealed that most of these stations had their highest annual BFI in the drought years of 1973 and 1976. These results suggest that although years of extreme drought may produce higher than average BFIs, most annual BFls are close to the long term value.
2 Standard period average annual rainfall (SAAR,mm) Maps of standard period (1941-1970) average annual rainfall (SAAR) at 1:625,000 scale covering the UK are available from the Meteorological Office and were published in the Flood Studies Report (NERC, 1975). The map was digitised by the Institute of Hydrology and a 1 km grid derived from a polynomial fit to the digitised isohyetal data. Precipitation data are stored to a resolution of 1 mm. 1) was overlaid onto the digitised data base of standard average annual rainfall and a catchment average value calculated by the computer program.