Analysis of annual average ocean water level time series from long (minimum length 80 years) individual records, providing improved estimates of trend (mean sea level) and associated real-time velocities and accelerations. Improved trend estimates are based on Singular Spectrum Analysis methods. Various gap-filling options are included to accommodate incomplete time series records. The package also contains a forecasting module to consider the implication of user defined quantum of sea level rise between the end of the available historical record and the year 2100. A wide range of screen and pdf plotting options are available in the package.
|Author||Phil J Watson <email@example.com>|
|Date of publication||2016-01-12 08:46:00|
|Maintainer||Phil J Watson <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|License||GPL (>= 3)|
Balt: Ocean water level data for Baltimore, USA
msl.forecast: Projected sea level rise integrated with historical record.
msl.pdf: Pdf plotting options.
msl.plot: Screen plotting options.
msltrend: msltrend: A package providing improved techniques to estimate...
msl.trend: Isolate trend component from mean sea level records.
s: sample 'msl.trend' object
summary: Summary outputs of decomposed time series.
t: sample 'msl.forecast' object
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