TAVG

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TAVGTemperature Average
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Referring to the 5-year moving average of Pavg and Tavg anomaly series during 1961-2009 (Figure 2), nonlinear and nonstationary variations in precipitation and temperature can be recognized clearly.
After the decomposition, we obtained four IMFs (IMF1-4) and one trend component (RES) for each time series (Pavg and Tavg).
The detailed quasiperiods and their corresponding variance contribution rate of each IMF and RES to Pavg and Tavg series are listed in Tables 2 and 3, respectively.
Interannual and interdecadal fluctuations as well as nonlinear change trends of Pavg and Tavg anomaly series are exhibited in Figures 4(a) and 4(b), respectively.
Significant correlations between partial temperature indices (i.e., Tavg, TXm, and TXx) and annual WD were detected at both interannual and interdecadal scales, which indicated that a synchronous change existed between them.
Moreover, the Tavg, TXm, and TXx had significant correlations with annual WD at both interannual and interdecadal scales, indicating that a synchronous change existed between them over the upper reach of YZRB.
Caption: Figure 2: Pavg (a) and Tavg (b) anomaly series with their 5-year moving average during 1961-2009 over the upper reach of the YZRB.
Caption: Figure 3: Significance test for the IMFs of Pavg (a) and Tavg (b) anomaly during 1961-2009 over the upper reach of the YZRB.
Caption: Figure 4: Interannual and interdecadal fluctuations as well as nonlinear change trends of Pavg anomaly series (a) and Tavg anomaly series (b) during 1961-2009 over the upper reach of the YZRB.
Date Tmax Tmin Tavg Relative Precipitation ([degrees]C) Humidity % mm May 2009 27.90 15.80 21.40 70.30 51.30 June 2009 23.20 11.80 17.20 74.20 57.90 July 2009 22.75 13.90 17.42 79.21 152.10 Source: UFGD (2009).