Assignment ENSO Cycle Variation

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Student detailsNameStudent IDCourseUnit detailsUnit codeUnit nameUnit tutorAssignment detailsNumberTopicDue dateWord count(not necessary forpresentations)Extension granted□ No □ YesExtension dateIs this a resubmission?□ No □ YesResubmission dateDeclarationI certify that the attached material is my original work. No other person’s work orideas have been used without acknowledgement. Except where I have clearly statedthat I have used some of this material elsewhere, I have not presented this forassessment in another course or unit at this or any other institution. I have retained acopy of this assignment. I have read and understand the Curtin University documentAcademic Integrity at Curtin: Student guidelines for avoiding plagiarism.Name/SignatureDateASSIGNMENT CHECKLISTI have named my assignment correctly in the following style:Surname_Firstname_AM_AssignmentX.docI have put in my Surname and Initial into header of this document.I have used Arial or Times New Roman 12pt font and 1.5 line spacing.Assignment Cover Sheet
Applying MathematicsAssessment Two Part OneASSESSMENT TWO PART ONE: UNIVARIATE ANALYSISTOTAL OF UNIT MARK: 20%DUE DATE: 11:59pm WST Sunday 15th April 2018 (Submit via Blackboard)This assignment requires you to display and analyse the data in the table below by completing aseries of set tasks. The data is from a time series set over 32 years examining factors relating toclimate change.The variables in the data are:YearYear the data was collectedENSO CycleEl Nino-Southern Oscillation” Periodic variation in winds and sea surfacetemperatures resulting in climatic cooling and warming phasesSea IceRecorded in 1,000,000’s of square kilometres, measured in September eachyear, at the end of each melting seasonTemperatureThe mean annual global surface temperature measured in degreescentigradeSolar IrradianceThe power per unit area received by the Earth from the Sun, measured inWatts per square metreAtmospheric CO2The volume of CO2in the atmosphere, measured in Parts Per MillionThe data table is on the next page.*Hint: copy and paste this table into Excel if you plan to use Excel to assist with your calculations andgraphs, to help eliminate input error.
Applying MathematicsAssessment Two Part OneThe data relating to climate change over a period of 32 years is as follows:YearENSO CycleSea IceTemperatureSolar IrradianceAtmospheric CO2(×1,000,000 km2)( ̊c)(W/m2)(ppm)1979El Nino7.281366.06336.671980Neutral7.85191365.72338.571981Neutral7.25261366.51339.921982El Nino7.4541366.16341.31983La Nina7.52251366.18342.711984La Nina7.1791365.9344.241985Neutral6.9341365.77345.811986El Nino7.54121365.59347.111987El Nino7.48271365.67348.721988La Nina7.49311365.97351.041989Neutral7.04191366.46352.681990Neutral6.24361365.74353.971991El Nino6.55361366.34355.371992Neutral7.55131366.17356.181993Neutral6.5131365.86356.691994El Nino7.18231365.69358.141995La Nina6.13371366.02360.021996Neutral7.88291365.5361.951997El Nino6.74391365.65363.181998La Nina6.56561365.98365.191999La Nina6.24311366.18367.862000La Nina6.32331366.27368.832001Neutral6.75471366.33370.432002El Nino5.96561366.1372.012003Neutral6.15551365.92374.452004El Nino6.05481365.7376.772005La Nina5.57631365.51378.32006El Nino5.92551365.44380.832007La Nina4.3581365.32382.562008La Nina4.68441365.87384.392009El Nino5.36571366.03386.342010La Nina4.9631365.46388.13
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