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Over the last 3 million years or so “ice ages” — brief periods of colder weather allowing large sheets of ice to develop — have been the dominant long term feature of Earth’s climate.
KeywordsSample Autocorrelation Nonlinearity Test Sample Autocorrelation Function Single Narrow Peak Autocorrelated Time Series
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