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Table 2.

Statistics of fast-ice extent by zone from 2000–2001 to 2018–2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.2021.00073.t2

ZoneSample size (n)Mean (km2)Minimum (km2)Maximum (km2)Median (km2)Standard deviation (km2)TrendsCorrelation coefficienta
A: Northern Hudson Bay 11.3 6.9 107.8 9.5 12.0 0.009 0.058 
B: Northwestern Hudson Bay 14 21.9 2.1 45.4 20.3 10.5 –0.078b 0.245 
C: Southwestern Hudson Bay 10.3 4.5 41.6 9.8 7.4 0.027 0.559 
D: Southern Hudson Bay 16 14.0 2.6 51.1 13.9 6.6 0.157 0.457 
E: Western James Bay 15.3 4.5 62.2 13.9 11.7 –0.075 0.891 
F: Eastern James Bay 27.0 9.5 79.6 29.8 17.2 0.234 –0.092 
G: Southeastern Hudson Bay 10 34.2 10.2 206.8 28.2 31.6 0.890 –0.405 
H: Northeastern Hudson Bay 26 24.8 9.4 141.2 21.7 18.4 0.349 0.422 
ZoneSample size (n)Mean (km2)Minimum (km2)Maximum (km2)Median (km2)Standard deviation (km2)TrendsCorrelation coefficienta
A: Northern Hudson Bay 11.3 6.9 107.8 9.5 12.0 0.009 0.058 
B: Northwestern Hudson Bay 14 21.9 2.1 45.4 20.3 10.5 –0.078b 0.245 
C: Southwestern Hudson Bay 10.3 4.5 41.6 9.8 7.4 0.027 0.559 
D: Southern Hudson Bay 16 14.0 2.6 51.1 13.9 6.6 0.157 0.457 
E: Western James Bay 15.3 4.5 62.2 13.9 11.7 –0.075 0.891 
F: Eastern James Bay 27.0 9.5 79.6 29.8 17.2 0.234 –0.092 
G: Southeastern Hudson Bay 10 34.2 10.2 206.8 28.2 31.6 0.890 –0.405 
H: Northeastern Hudson Bay 26 24.8 9.4 141.2 21.7 18.4 0.349 0.422 

aBetween the shoreward extent of fast ice and distance of the 20-m isobaths originating from the coastline at each 100-km interval.

bBold numbers indicate significance at the 95% confidence level.

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