Climate variability paper

WGLogoCVASwithTitleClimate variables are related over long times and large distances. This shows up as correlations for averages on long intervals or between distant areas. An important finding is that the majority of correlations in climate can be described by a simple mathematical relationship.

Authors, led by Christian Franzke, present such correlations for temperature on long times in their recent paper "The Structure of Climate Variability Across Scales", now available in Reviews of Geophysics.

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