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Seasonal temperature range is calculated as the hottest-month mean temperature minus the coldest-month mean temperature. Precipitation seasonality is calculated as the coefficient of variation across monthly values Climate variable New Guinea species (n = 301) N. moorei (n = 139) N. 4) Hottest-month mean temp. 4) Coldest-month mean temp. 8) Hottest-month max. temp. 3) Coldest-month min. temp. 8) Annual precipitation 2891 ± 743 (2073-4439) 1633 ± 325 (1229-2282) 1816 ± 523 (1127-2950) Precipitation of hottest quarter 888 ± 249 (666-1159) 564 ± 142 (390-844) 304 ± 92 (191-516) Precipitation of coldest quarter 526 ± 254 (301-1069) 315 ± 49 (232-388) 551 ± 158 (351-887) Precipitation of wettest quarter 955 ± 348 (689-1491) 611 ± 179 (396-959) 570 ± 160 (364-899) Precipitation of driest quarter 474 ± 166 (301-869) 249 ± 35 (194-302) 304 ± 95 (191-516) 28 ± 11 (14-44) 34 ± 11 (18-46) 25 ± 5 (18-35) Precipitation seasonality Figure 1.
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Altered Ecologies: Fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes by S Haberle, J Stevenson, M Prebble