Tim Bardsley and Mark W. Williams
Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research and
Department of Geography, CB 450,
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
However, annual solid precipitation (October-May) of 1514 mm measured at the saddle was 61% more than the 938 mm measured at D1 and accounted for the difference in annual precipitation amount at the two sites. A paired t-test shows that precipitation amount at the saddle was significantly greater than at D1 (p = 0.001, n = 9).