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Fig. A.4


Red noise impact, where standard deviation is calculated as a function of bin size, shown for the broadband and 4 spectrophotometric channels (separate panels) for sliding bins. Solid and dashed lines represent the relation, as expected from uncorrelated (white) noise. Deviation from this model, apparent as a straight line on the loglog plots, is evidence of minimal correlated (red) noise in our data. Using wavelets to model the red noise in all the channels ensured that the impact of this correlated noise is accounted for.

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