Definitions

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  • n. an interval that is included in another interval

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Examples

  • The Holocene Optimum is a somewhat outdated term used to refer to a sub-interval of the Holocene period from 5000-7000 years ago during which it was once thought that the earth was warmer than today.

    The Team versus Stott et al 2004 « Climate Audit

  • This Holocene Climatic Optimum is a somewhat outdated term used to refer to a sub-interval of the Holocene period from 5000-7000 years ago during which it was once thought that the earth was warmer than today.

    The Team on the Holocene Optimum « Climate Audit

  • This procedure allows PC series to be calculated independently for each sub-interval e.g. 1820-1980, then 1780-1980, …, 1400-1980 to allow for the use of an increasing number of data in the different sub-networks increasingly later in time.

    Detrended in Amherst « Climate Audit

  • For instance, the data can be normalized to have an average of zero over the whole record, or over a selected sub-interval.

    Roll Over, Preisendorfer « Climate Audit

  • This is the only sensible approach, as it allows all data available over each sub-interval to be used.

    Replication #11: the 159 Series « Climate Audit

  • This requires 159 independent time series to represent all indicators required for reconstructions of all possible sub-intervals, even though the maximum number ever used for a particular sub-interval is 112.

    Replication #11: the 159 Series « Climate Audit

  • A.S. ( "Dedeman"), has reported initial assay results that include an intercept of nine meters averaging 2. 86% lead, 3. 36% zinc, and 31.32 g/t silver, including a one meter sub-interval of

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • Channel assay results reveal numerous anomalous showings such as 0. 176% (1,762 ppm or 3.52 lbs/t) U3O8 over 4 meters containing a sub-interval of

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • A separate, visible gold bearing sub-interval grades 52.6 g / t gold over 0.3 meters (1.0 feet).

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • The intersection includes an exceptionally zinc rich 2.93 metre (9.6 foot) sub-interval grading 1.63 g / t gold, 9 g / t silver, 1. 65\% copper, and 48. 83\% zinc.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

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