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How robust is the recent cooling trend in the Antarctic Peninsula? [Dataset]

  title={How robust is the recent cooling trend in the Antarctic Peninsula? [Dataset]},
  author={Sergi Gonz{\'a}lez Herrero and D. Puig Fortuny},
The upward evolution of temperatures in the Antarctic Peninsula has weakened and even reversed in the last two decades. Due to the long-term variability of the region it is not easy to assess whether observed recent cooling trends are consistent with the internal variability or not. For this reason, in this paper we assess the robustness of the trends by analyzing their sensitivity with respect to the choice of time period selected. Every possible temperature trend in the 1958-2016 interval has… 


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