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Howard J. Diamond, Andrew M. Lorrey, and James A. Renwick

formulate a more complete climatological study of TCs in the southwest Pacific basin that builds on the work of others (e.g., Sinclair 2002 ). The 1970 1 TC season is generally considered to be the first for reliable data owing to the availability of geostationary satellite data between 135°E to 120°W ( Holland 1981 ). The extent of the SPEArTC region is different from the area of coverage for southwest Pacific TCs used by the World Meteorological Organization, defined by the forecast areas of

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Michelle Ho, Danielle C. Verdon-Kidd, Anthony S. Kiem, and Russell N. Drysdale

proxies all contain inherent biases and, consequently, climatic interpretations and reconstructions are an extrapolation of the known relationship between the proxy and variable of interest. Reconstructions of past climate variability have utilized numerous statistical techniques, each with a varying ability to resolve different aspects of the magnitude and frequencies of the climate signal ( Mann et al. 2007 ; Christiansen et al. 2009 ; Wilson et al. 2010 ). Despite the intrinsic noise and

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