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a, Control runs linearly de-trended in a 55-year moving window (r = 0.75). b, Control runs without de-trending (r = 0.45).
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Cox, P.M., Williamson, M.S., Nijsse, F.J.M.M. et al. Cox et al. reply. Nature 563, E10–E15 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-018-0641-x
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