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Stratified maximum temperature relationships between sixteen zone stations in Arizona and respective key stations
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    "This study involved an extensive tabulation of temperature relationships between each of sixteen zone stations in Arizona and respective key stations. Key stations were defined as the five cities in Arizona for which Model Sutput Statistics CMOS) temperature forecasts are generated, plus the city of Prescott. Each of these cities was considered to be meteorologically representat1ve of the climatic zone in which it is located (Figure 1). For example, Prescott would be the key station for the central basin and northwest zone of Arizona (average elevations of the zone stations 3000 to 6000 feet). Similarly, Flagstaff would be the key station for the central mountain zone (elevations above 6000 feet)"--Page 1.

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