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By A. Ramachandra Rao, Khaled H. Hamed, Huey-Long Chen (auth.)

Conventionally, time sequence were studied both within the time area or the frequency area. The illustration of a sign within the time area is localized in time, i.e . the price of the sign at each one quick in time is definitely outlined . in spite of the fact that, the time illustration of a sign is poorly localized in frequency , i.e. little information regarding the frequency content material of the sign at a definite frequency should be identified via taking a look at the sign within the time area . however, the illustration of a sign within the frequency area is easily localized in frequency, yet is poorly localized in time, and to that end it truly is very unlikely to inform whilst definite occasions happened in time. In learning desk bound or conditionally desk bound approaches with combined spectra , the separate use of time area and frequency area analyses is enough to exhibit the constitution of the method . effects mentioned within the past chapters recommend that the time sequence analyzed during this booklet are conditionally desk bound tactics with combined spectra. also, there's a few indication of nonstationarity, specifically in longer time series.

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A~; Y V · ..... 4. Averagedivisional rainfall time series from 37 NCDC divisions. Synthetic and Observed Environmental Data (a) I0"f~ 9 'VT II ' r.. 5. A veragedivisionaltemperature timeseries from 37 NCDC d ivisions. 6. Tree-ring time series from 22 locations in the NO AA tree-ring database. 1. USGS flow data. USG SID Nu mbe r StationName Stan Y ear Eo' Y ear N 1 05418 500 M aq uoketa River near Maquoketa, IA 1913 1992 79 2 05420 500 Mi ssissippi R iver at Clinton, 1A 1873 1992 11 05454500 Iowa Ri ver at Iowa City, IA 1903 1992 89 05464500 C ed arR iver at Cedar Rapids,IA 1902 1992 90 5 05484500 Racoon R iver at Van M eter, IA 19 15 1992 77 6 05490500 Des M oines Ri ver atK eosauqua, lA 19 11 1992 81 7 03345500 E mbarasseRiver at Ste.

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Precipitation and temperature data are also takenfrom Earth Info (1993) database. Tree-ring data are obtai ned from the National Oceanic and AtmosphericAd ministratio ndatabase (NO AA . 1997). The PD SI dataare obtained from National C limatic D ata Center,N OAA. Flo w timeseries from 30 stations in the study region are obtained fromthe USGS and Earth Info (1993) databases. These consist of 6 stations in Io wa, 7 statio ns in Illinois. 7 stations in Indiana. and 7 statio ns in Ohio and one each in M ichigan.

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