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jgrd17637-sup-0002-fs01.pdfPDF document13KFigure S1. Distribution of the standard deviation and AR(1) autocorrelation in the monthly mean temperature differences at USHCN temperature stations and their 40 most highly correlated Cooperative Observer Network “neighbors.”
jgrd17637-sup-0003-fs02.pdfPDF document29KFigure S2. As in Figure 4, except for the “Perfect data” analog.
jgrd17637-sup-0004-fs03.pdfPDF document46KFigure S3. As in Figure 4, except for the “Clustering and sign bias-C20C2” analog.
jgrd17637-sup-0005-fs04.pdfPDF document48KFigure S4. As in Figure 4, except for the “Clustering and Sign Bias—control” analog.
jgrd17637-sup-0006-fs05.pdfPDF document48KFigure S5. As in Figure 4, except for the “Clustering and Sign Bias—committed” analog.
jgrd17637-sup-0007-fs06.pdfPDF document12KFigure S6. Distribution of the minimum CONUS average trend (1900–1999) for various numbers of ensemble members.
jgrd17637-sup-0008-fs07.pdfPDF document13KFigure S7. Distribution of the maximum CONUS average trend (1900–1999) for various numbers of ensemble members.
jgrd17637-sup-0009-fs08.pdfPDF document13KFigure S8. Distribution of the median CONUS average trend (1900-1999) for various numbers of ensemble members.
jgrd17637-sup-0010-fs09.pdfPDF document13KFigure S9. Distribution of the 75th percentile of CONUS average trend (1900–1999) for various numbers of ensemble members.
jgrd17637-sup-0011-fs10.pdfPDF document13KFigure S10. Distribution of the 25th percentile of CONUS average trend (1900–1999) for various numbers of ensemble members.
jgrd17637-sup-0012-fs11.pdfPDF document53KFigure S11. As in Figure 4, except for the real world U.S. HCN mean monthly maximum temperatures (raw input).
jgrd17637-sup-0013-fs12.pdfPDF document52KFigure S12. As in Figure 4, except for the real world U.S. HCN mean monthly maximum temperatures (TOB-adjusted input).
jgrd17637-sup-0014-fs13.pdfPDF document131KFigure S13. As in Figure 4, except for the real world U.S. HCN mean monthly minimum temperatures (raw input).
jgrd17637-sup-0015-fs14.pdfPDF document56KFigure S14. As in Figure 4, except for the real world U.S. HCN mean monthly minimum temperatures (TOB-adjusted input).
jgrd17637-sup-0016-t01.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 1.
jgrd17637-sup-0017-t02.txtplain text document3KTab-delimited Table 2.
jgrd17637-sup-0018-t03.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 3.

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