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This is the Supporting Material for Chapter 06: Paired Difference Tests of the Center. This chapter addresses using matched-pair tests. As opposed to the tests of chapter 5, we now consider data having a logical pairing of observations within each group.
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Average annual Actual Evapotranspiration (AET) rates for basins in east-central and northeast Florida from 2000 to 2017 were calculated using a water-budget balance equation. These AET rates are used to assess the reliability of the AET rates calculated using the Simplified Surface Energy Balance operational (SSEBop) method. The AET annual rates, from 2000 to 2017 for the Simplified Surface Energy Balance operational (SSEBop) method and from 2000 to 2016 for the land-cover method were provided in the shapefile AET_SJR_Basin_Cells, explained in the metadata file AET_SJR_Basins. Measured AET monthly rates in file AET_Monthly_Totals.csv were calculated at these ET monitoring stations in central and east-central Florida:...
This is the Supporting Material for Chapter 05: Testing Differences Between Two Independent Groups. This chapter discusses the nonparametric, permutation, and parametric tests for whether two independent groups differ in central location.
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DC Resitivity Methodology Direct current (DC) resistivity transects were surveyed using an IRIS Syscal Pro Switch 96 instrument (IRIS Instruments, Inc., Orléans, France). Steel electrodes were hammered into the ground at a fixed distance along the profile. These were connected to the instrument using copper wires and junction boxes. The number of electrodes on each profile and their spacing is shown below: Line 1: 180 electrodes, 5 meter spacing Line 2: 48 electrodes, 2 meter spacing Line 3: 48 electrodes, 2 meter spacing Line 4: 24 electrodes, 2 meter spacing Line 5: 36 electrodes, 2 meter spacing On Line 1, the roll-along method was used to extend the line to its full extent. In this method, 48 electrodes...
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