Much of the research into climate change focuses on the impact of low frequency extreme events. This paper looks at the other end of the frequency spectrum – high frequency events characterized by statistics such as fraction of wet days in a year and average duration of wet and dry periods. High frequency events are changing and these changes are larger and more prevalent than those associated with extremes. These are important concepts to consider when deciding how to report out on your monitoring data to provide meaningful, impactful information for your stakeholders.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-10827-8

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