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  • adjective Describing the effects of large bodies of water upon the climate

Etymologies

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From hydro- +‎ climatic

Examples

  • Therefore we maintain that statistical analysis in hydroclimatic research should be revisited in order not to derive misleading results and simultaneously that merely statistical arguments do not suffice to verify or falsify the LTP or another climatic hypothesis.

    New Scientist, Juckes and Rob Wilson « Climate Audit

  • Koutsoyiannis and Montanari here have just published another interesting paper that is relevant to the discussion here: “Statistical analysis of hydroclimatic time series: Uncertainty and insights.”

    New Scientist, Juckes and Rob Wilson « Climate Audit

  • The implications of LTP in hydroclimatic research, especially in statistical questions and problems, may be substantial but appear to be not fully understood or recognized.

    New Scientist, Juckes and Rob Wilson « Climate Audit

  • A relevant ongoing discussion is focused on long-term persistence LTP, a natural behavior identified in several studies of instrumental and proxy hydroclimatic time series, which, nevertheless, is neglected in some climatological studies.

    New Scientist, Juckes and Rob Wilson « Climate Audit

  • Climate changes are closely related to the Hurst phenomenon, which has been detected in many long hydroclimatic time series and is stochastically equivalent to a simple scaling behaviour of climate variability over time scale.

    Two Curious Hurricane Graphs « Climate Audit

  • However, the science of assessing future hydroclimatic risk is not aided by premature claims of recent severe drought being incorrectly attributed to enhanced evaporation due to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide.

    Army Rumour Service

  • However, the science of assessing future hydroclimatic risk is not aided by premature claims of recent severe drought being incorrectly attributed to enhanced evaporation due to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide.

    Army Rumour Service

  • However, the science of assessing future hydroclimatic risk is not aided by premature claims of recent severe drought being incorrectly attributed to enhanced evaporation due to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide.

    Army Rumour Service

  • However, the science of assessing future hydroclimatic risk is not aided by premature claims of recent severe drought being incorrectly attributed to enhanced evaporation due to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide.

    Army Rumour Service

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