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Jones, Roger ORCID: 0000-0001-6970-2797 and Ricketts, James (2017) Reconciling the signal and noise of atmospheric warming on decadal timescales. Earth Systems Dynamics, 8 (1). 177 - 210. ISSN 2190-4979

Monograph

Jones, Roger ORCID: 0000-0001-6970-2797 and Ricketts, James (2016) Atmospheric Warming 1997–2014: Hiatus, Pause or Regime? Working Paper. Victoria University, Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic Studies, Melbourne.

Jones, Roger ORCID: 0000-0001-6970-2797 and Ricketts, James (2016) Reconciling the Signal and Noise of Atmospheric Warming on Decadal Timescales. Working Paper. Victoria University, Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic Studies.

Jones, Roger ORCID: 0000-0001-6970-2797 and Ricketts, James (2016) The Climate Wars and ‘The Pause’ – Are Both Sides Wrong? Working Paper. Victoria University, Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic Studies, Melbourne.

Jones, Roger ORCID: 0000-0001-6970-2797 and Ricketts, James (2015) Analysing steps in modelled global surface air temperature. Working Paper. VISES, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.

Jones, Roger ORCID: 0000-0001-6970-2797 and Ricketts, James (2015) Analysing Steps in Global and Regional Observed Air Temperature. Working Paper. VISES, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.

Conference or Workshop Item

Ricketts, James (2015) Stepwise Symbolic Regression Compared to a Probabilistic Bivariate Test for Step-change Detection. In: 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 29 November 2015-04 December 2015, Gold Coast.

Ricketts, James (2015) A Probabilistic Approach to Climate Shift Detection Based on the Maronna-Yohai Bivariate Test. In: 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 29 November 2015-04 December 2015, Gold Coast.

Jin, H, Kokic, J, Hopwood, G, Ricketts, James and Crimp, S (2015) A New Quantile Projection Method for Producing Representative Future Daily Climate based on Mixed Effect State-Space Model and Observations. In: 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 29 November 2015-04 December 2015, Gold Coast.