Temperature Adjustments In The Canadian Arctic – some supplementary information for a comment

This post extends a comment posted at https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2015/02/08/temperature-adjustments-in-the-canadian-arctic/

While Paul Homewood’s post deals with GHCN adjustments, this comment examines the influence of one of these Canadian Arctic stations, Eureka, on the Gistemp gridded output. As station coverage in the northern Canadian Arctic is sparse, this one station has considerable influence on neighbouring (and not so closely neighbouring) grid cells. Continue reading

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Our urban fox

A regular nightly visitor now. Does not seem to be the same one who followed us home. Continue reading

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Nalle made a new and unexpected friend tonight

He or she followed us from Lidl (about 650 m, but 45 min this time with all the playful darting around) right to the front door (literally – looked in after us when we went in). Very playful, came within 1 m of me, much closer to Nalle, who was closer most of the time. Not so easy to photograph with phone while holding an excited dog!

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Code shortcut problem example

Example: entering in text mode


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Another problem noticed with the code button in text mode on the new editor – gave instead of [ and ] needed for shortcode

su250 <- c()
su250 <- DoBand(inv, 23.6, 44.4, 1.0, 0, 250)

shows in visual mode as


and when published and viewed


The second problem

Pressing code button now
around this


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Images for WUWT comment


2o14 adjusted (qca) data going missing late February:


2012 adjusted (qca) and unadjusted (qcu) data going missing, reverting back to 2008, with adjusted data first passing through 2011, reappearing sometime in January 2013:


January 2012 value first recorded as 1.95°C, with code “a” indicating one day missing in calculation of monthly mean, then as 2.28°C with no days missing. The missing day would need a temperature of at least 12.03°C to effect this change, but TMAX for January 2012 is only 7.09°C, the maximum TMAX for January is 8.28°C in 1932 (February also changes at the same time with no indication of missing days, March loses a day, April has a “suspicious looking” 9.99°C with one day missing, which later changes to 10.13°C, still with one day missing):


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