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Appendix C. Pairwise Morlet cross-wavelet and coherence-wavelet analyses.

FigC1

Fig. C1. Pairwise, Morlet cross-wavelet analyses indicating common thermal-anomaly frequencies between survey locations: 1 = Mahahual, Mexico; 2 = Tuxpan, Mexico; 3 = Bocas del Toro, Panama; 4 = St. John, United States Virgin Islands. (a) Location 1 and Location 2; (b) Location 1 and Location 3; (c) Location 1 and Location 4; (d) Location 2 and Location 3; (e) Location 2 and Location 4; and (f) Location 3 and Location 4. The power spectra indicate the strength of the common signals in time-frequency space. Dark-contour lines represent 95 % confidence limits of significant periodicities (5 % significance level against the red noise).White-hashed lines indicate the cone of influence; results outside the cone of influence must be interpreted cautiously. Note the log scale for period.


 

FigC2 

Fig. C2. Pairwise, Morlet coherence-wavelet analyses indicating the level of correlation of thermal-anomaly histories between survey locations: 1 = Mahahual, Mexico; 2 = Tuxpan, Mexico; 3 = Bocas del Toro, Panama; 4 = St. John, United States Virgin Islands. (a) Location 1 and Location 2; (b) Location 1 and Location 3; (c) Location 1 and Location 4; (d) Location 2 and Location 3; (e) Location 2 and Location 4; and (f) Location 3 and Location 4. Color bars represent the coherence correlation value (value ranges from 0 to 1) and represents the strength of the correlation between the wavelets. Dark-contour lines represent 95 % confidence limits of significant correlations. White-hashed lines indicate the cone of influence; results outside the cone of influence must be interpreted cautiously. Note the log scale for period.


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