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According to him, the increasing P trend occurred only in the northern part of the researched area. An absence of any trend was observed in the western and southern areas, while in the eastern area, encompassing Baffin Island for example, P decreased. Thus, Thomas obtained different results to those of Bradley probably as a result of taking different periods into account in computing the trends. Bradley and England (1978) analysed the variability of P in the northern part of the Canadian Arctic until about 1975.

2). However, there is still a lack of sufficiently long series of meteorological data from Greenland and the Central Arctic inte17 18 Variability of Air Temperature and Precipitation in the Arctic rior. Only short series of observation data are available from the first area, and they were collected during various scientific expeditions. For the Central Arc tic some data exist from drifting Soviet stations. However, they were not made 1 available to the author. Nonetheless, even if the data had been available, they would not be very useful for the purposes of this work because of the constant changes of localisation and, thus we face the impossibility of collecting a long, homogeneous data series for any location in the Central Arctic.

3) on the basis of the data from the study period. The course of the isotherms should be treated as approximate, especially in the areas where there are few meteorological stations (or none at all), for instance, in the case of the Central Arctic. 2) is similar to those published.

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