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Table 3.

Mean Atlantic (top) TC count and (bottom) annual PDI (107 m−3 s−2) for all years and the mean anomaly for unusually warm years in the MDR, defined as years in which SST MDR anomalies exceed one std dev relative to the long-term control or 2 × CO2 climatology. Statistically significant changes with the two-sided Student’s t test are denoted by an asterisk (*) for p < 0.01.

Mean Atlantic (top) TC count and (bottom) annual PDI (107 m−3 s−2) for all years and the mean anomaly for unusually warm years in the MDR, defined as years in which SST MDR anomalies exceed one std dev relative to the long-term control or 2 × CO2 climatology. Statistically significant changes with the two-sided Student’s t test are denoted by an asterisk (*) for p < 0.01.
Mean Atlantic (top) TC count and (bottom) annual PDI (107 m−3 s−2) for all years and the mean anomaly for unusually warm years in the MDR, defined as years in which SST MDR anomalies exceed one std dev relative to the long-term control or 2 × CO2 climatology. Statistically significant changes with the two-sided Student’s t test are denoted by an asterisk (*) for p < 0.01.
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