Hat coldest daytime temperature has been annually declining ( 0.ten). In addition, among theWater 2021, 13,eight ofSB 271046 Protocol Annual temperature indices, only the TNn index was observed to become drastically correlated with station elevations at 0.88 (p = 0.05). 3.1.3. Modify Point Detection in Annual Trends The outcomes in the MWP test, to detect modify points in temperature, and precipitation indices, are summarized in Tables 3 and four, respectively. Even though several number of detected modify points within the temperature indices have been observed, only a single alter point was detected within the precipitation index. Additionally, whilst there was no constant year detected from all 5 stations, the heat duration index TR has been observed with an abrupt improve on year 2003( p 0.05) at Geumsan, Geochang, and Imsil stations. Additionally, the other heat duration index SU, has also detected with an abrupt increase in slopes, but for various years.Table 3. Results of MWP test for transform point detection in temperature indices. Classifications Indices DTR TNn TNx TXn TXx FD ID SU TR Jeonju 2014 2013 2011 1997 2009 2014 2008 1997 1997 Geumsan 2001 2013 2016 2008 2011 2001 2008 2006 2003 Geochang 2009 2013 2005 1997 2015 2005 2008 2003 2003 Imsil 1993 2005 2008 1997 2003 2013 2013 2004 2003 Jangsu 1992 2006 2007 1995 2007 2005 2013 2007Temperature Intensity Cold Duration Heat DurationBold and underlined (bold italicized) formatted values are important at = 0.ten (0.05).Table four. Benefits of MWP test to detect adjust points in precipitation indices. Classifications Indices CDD CWD RX1DAY Precipitation RX5DAY Intensity PRCPTOT SDII Precipitation R10 Frequency R20 Precipitation Duration Jeonju 2003 2011 2011 2002 2012 1995 1991 2004 Geumsan 2009 1997 1994 1995 1996 1994 1996 1996 Geochang 2000 2007 1997 2009 2007 2007 1997 2007 Imsil 1992 2001 1996 2001 1996 1996 1995 2012 Jangsu 2002 1996 1995 2011 1996 1995 1997Bold and underlined (bold italicized) formatted values are Goralatide Purity significant at = 0.10 (0.05).3.1.4. Correlations among Trend Magnitudes of Intense Climate Indices The correlation matrix of annual trend magnitudes of all 17 intense climate indices (values summarized in Tables A1 and A2) is shown in Figure 2. Based on the results of correlation matrix, both temperature intensity and precipitation duration indices were positively correlated with other index classifications. Furthermore, the heat duration, precipitation frequency, and precipitation intensity indices had been correlated with all other indices except for cold duration indices. Lastly, the cold duration indices had been only correlated with temperature intensity indices.three.1.4. Correlations involving Trend Magnitudes of Intense Climate Indices The correlation matrix of annual trend magnitudes of all 17 extreme climate indices (values summarized in Tables A1 and A2) is shown in Figure two. Depending on the results of correlation matrix, each temperature intensity and precipitation duration indices were positively correlated with other index classifications. Additionally, the heat duration, precipitation frequency, and precipitation intensity indices have been correlated with all other in- 9 of 22 dices except for cold duration indices. Lastly, the cold duration indices had been only correlated with temperature intensity indices.Water 2021, 13,FigureFigure two.correlation matrix in between the annual trend magnitudesof all 17 extreme climate indices in the course of the period 2. The The correlation matrix involving the annual trend magnitudes of all 17.