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Title: Votes and proceedings of the General Assembly of the state of New-Jersey
Year: 1776 (1770s)
Authors: New Jersey. Legislature. General Assembly
Publisher: [Burlington, N.J. : Isaac Collins]
Contributing Library: New Jersey State Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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deration, it could serious-ly affect arbitrarily chosen pentad or dec-ade averages. For this reason, we decid-ed to take averages centered around thelast three solar cycles. The 23rd solarcycle extends from mid-1943 to mid-1953. the 24th solar cycle from mid-1953to mid-1963 and. for the purpose of thisarticle, we have taken the 25th cycle toextend from mid-1963 to mid-1974. Withthis in mind, the following criteria andapproximations were initially used inhandling the temperature data, whichwere taken from the World Weather Rec-ords H3) and Monthly Climate Data forthe World H4). I) Stations must include surface airtemperature data from 1943 through1974. Paul E Damon ■ professor in the Department ofGeosciences and chief scientist of the Laboratory ofIsotope Geochemistry. College of Earth SciencesUniversity of Arizona, Tucson 85721. and Sleven MKunen is senior environmental chemisi. Environ-mental Studies Laboratory University of Utah Re-search Institute Salt Lake City 84108 447 CRS-382

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.ocalions of Soulhern Hemisphere sed in this study 2) All stations that had more than min-imal site changes were discarded 3) All stations were discarded Forwhich more than 10 percent of the annualdata were missing 4) For stations meeting the above cri-teria, a missing year was interpolated h>using the average of the five precedingand the five following years (10-year av-erage) 5) If three or less months were miss-ing for a particular year, data for themonth in question for the 5 years beforearid after were averaged (10-year aver-age). If a year was missing more than 3months observations, the year itself wasdetermined as in item 4 above. 6) In averaging for any classificationof stations, the average was carried outto an additional significant figure, such as20.57°C. even though the measurementsfor any single station were accurate onlyto0.1°C. Only 57 Southern Hemisphere stationsmet criteria I to 3. These 57 stationswere used in the initial analysis later.the first criterion was r

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