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Table 4.

Similar to Table 3, but for the final results for the Nanaimo winds example with geostrophic wind reference. The Δd represents the shift size estimated from the base − reference series, and the Δ is from the deseasonalized base series. The β̂ value represents the linear trend estimate after adjusting for the 11 shifts (Δds or Δs).

Similar to Table 3, but for the final results for the Nanaimo winds example with geostrophic wind reference. The Δd represents the shift size estimated from the base − reference series, and the Δ is from the deseasonalized base series. The β̂ value represents the linear trend estimate after adjusting for the 11 shifts (Δds or Δs).
Similar to Table 3, but for the final results for the Nanaimo winds example with geostrophic wind reference. The Δd represents the shift size estimated from the base − reference series, and the Δ is from the deseasonalized base series. The β̂ value represents the linear trend estimate after adjusting for the 11 shifts (Δds or Δs).
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