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Population-based emergence of unfamiliar climates

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Time of emergence, which characterizes when significant signals of climate change will emerge from existing variability, is a useful and increasingly common metric1, 2, 3. However, a more useful metric for understanding future climate change in the context of past experience may be the ratio of climate signal to noise (S/N)—a measure of the amplitude of change expressed in terms of units of existing variability3. Here, we present S/N projections in the context of emergent climates (termed ‘un...

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10.1038/nclimate3297

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University of Oxford
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SSD
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SOGE
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Environmental Change Institute
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Deep South National Science Challenge
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Harrington, LJ
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Victoria University of Wellington
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Harrington, LJ
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Springer Nature
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Nature Climate Change More from this journal
Volume:
7
Issue:
6
Pages:
407–411
Publication date:
2017-05-22
Acceptance date:
2017-04-18
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1758-6798
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pubs:697904
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uuid:f53bd973-360b-4124-8d2c-58fc09f5a388
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697904
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2017-06-28

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