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5, we have virtually TD,k = k already after k = 5. 4. 8-process is 9 days or 21 days - if we sample the process once a day or once every 21 days. We conclude that the absolute value of the decorrelation time is of questionable informational value. However, the relative values obtained from several time series sampled with the same time increment are useful to infer whether the system has in some components a longer memory than in others. 5-curve, are mostly useless. 4: Misleading Names 21 We have seen that the name "Decorrelation Time" is not based on physical reasoning but on strictly mathematical grounds.

That is, it tends to reject that null hypothesis on weaker evidence than is implied by the significance level5 which is specified for the test. One manifestation of this problem is that the Student's t-test will reject the null hypothesis more frequently than expected when the null hypothesis is true. A relatively clean and simple solution to this problem is to form subsampIes of approximately independent observations from the observations. In the case of daily temperature data, one might use physical insight to argue that observations which are, say, 5 days apart, are effectively independent of each other.

L. E. B. E. Hansen and S. Manabe in providing model results is gratefully acknowledged. Gabi Heger! provided comments on the this updated version of the chapter. K. Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. Chapter 4: The Instrumental Data Record 54 greenhouse warming signals predicted by five different General Circulation Models(GCMs) in the observed record ofland and ocean surface temperature changes. No trends in the time series of the statistic, R(t), were found using just greenhouse warming signals.

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