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  • adverb With reference to artifacts


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  • Were they modeled by such a curve, the early years of trees in that population would artifactually! seem to have severely “environmentally” depressed ring widths after normalization, leading to an erroneous “cool” bias for early years of a temperature reconstruction.

    Taimyr « Climate Audit 2005

  • #65 — another can of worms to add to your list, Paul, is that the data calls in the GCMs, while running a simulation, can act like a periodicity in climate and end up accelerating some momenta artifactually.

    Willis E on Hansen and Model Reliability « Climate Audit 2006


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