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Analysis of statistical models on temperature at the Suwon city in Korea
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of statistical models on temperature at the Suwon city in Korea
Lee, Hoonja;
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 Abstract
The change of temperature influences on the various aspect, especially human health, plant and animal's growth, economics, industry, and culture of the country. In this article, the autoregressive error (ARE) model has been considered for analyzing the monthly temperature data at the Suwon monitoring site in Korea. In the ARE model, five meteorological variables, four greenhouse gas variables and five pollution variables are used as the explanatory variables for the temperature data set. The five meteorological variables are wind speed, rainfall, radiation, amount of cloud, and relative humidity. The four greenhouse gas variables are carbon dioxide (), methane (), nitrous oxide (), and chlorofluorocarbon (). And the five air pollution explanatory variables are particulate matter (), sulfur dioxide (), nitrogen dioxide (), ozone (), and carbon monoxide (CO). Among five meteorological variables, radiation, amount of cloud, and wind speed are more influence on the temperature. The radiation influences during spring, summer and fall, whereas wind speed influences for the winter time. Also, among four greenhouse gas variables and five pollution variables, chlorofluorocarbon, methane, and ozone are more influence on the temperature. The monthly ARE model explained about 43-69% for describing the temperature.
 Keywords
Autoregressive error model;explanatory variable;greenhouse gas variables;meteorological variables;pollution variable;temperature;
 Language
Korean
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