Fig. 1 | Climatic Change

Fig. 1

From: Climate warming increases vertical and seasonal water temperature differences and inter-annual variability in a mountain lake

Fig. 1

Twelve-month moving average of monthly mean air temperature (gray curve) with overall linear model from 1972 to 2015 (gray line) and partial linear models separated by breakpoint (black lines) (a). Bold gray line is a Loess-smoothed regression of the air temperature data (span = 0.5). Slopes of significant (dark gray) and non-significant (light gray) linear regressions for each month of the year (b and c), based on data from 1972 to 1992 (b) and 1993 to 2015 (c). Twelve-month moving average of monthly maximum air temperature (gray curve) (d) and annual variation of non-cyclic and random fluctuations (e) (in °C2) from 1972 to 2015. Black lines are linear regressions

Back to article page