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Yearly spring mean temperatures (mean of 10th February until 10th April) in Germany between 1951 and 2014. The SMWDA revealed breakpoints in the years 1987 to 1989, but the two periods divided by the breakpoint (1951-1988 and 1988-2014) do not show significant trends. The spring mean temperature of the two different periods is significantly different (ANOVA: F1, 63 = 10.64, p-value < 0.01). In the period of 1951 to 1988 spring mean temperature was at 2.78°C while it was at 4.47°C in the period of 1988 to 2014. The overall trend is significant with an increase in temperature of 0.03°C/year (p-value < 0.05).

Températures annuelles moyennes du printemps (moyenne du 10 février au 10 avril) en Allemagne entre 1951 et 2014. La SMWDA révèle des points de rupture entre 1987 et 1989, mais il n’y a pas de tendances significatives dans les deux périodes divisées par ces points de rupture (1951-1988 et 1988-2014). La température moyenne des deux périodes différentes diffère de façon significative (ANOVA : F1, 63= 10,64, p-value < 0.01). Sur la période de 1951 à 1988, la température moyenne était de 2,78°C tandis qu’elle était de 4,47°C sur la période 1988-2014. La tendance globale est significative avec une augmentation de 0,03°C/année (p-value < 0,05).

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