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Table 1.

Distribution of author opinion on potential tropical cyclone detection and attribution statements elicitation. For the type II error avoidance, both detection and attribution substatements are prefaced by “The balance of evidence suggests…” and “Detectable” refers to “unusual compared to natural variability, e.g., p < 0.1.” Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of authors reporting this confidence level.

Distribution of author opinion on potential tropical cyclone detection and attribution statements elicitation. For the type II error avoidance, both detection and attribution substatements are prefaced by “The balance of evidence suggests…” and “Detectable” refers to “unusual compared to natural variability, e.g., p < 0.1.” Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of authors reporting this confidence level.
Distribution of author opinion on potential tropical cyclone detection and attribution statements elicitation. For the type II error avoidance, both detection and attribution substatements are prefaced by “The balance of evidence suggests…” and “Detectable” refers to “unusual compared to natural variability, e.g., p < 0.1.” Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of authors reporting this confidence level.
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