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For details of what is illustrated here, start from Wanderings of a Marseille January 1978 temperature, according to GHCN-M, continue with GHCN-M: Stations similar to Marseille/Marignane  Pairwise Homogenization may perform better in Canada and the United States of America. This is … Continue reading

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This post is intended to supplement the main post Wanderings of a Marseille January 1978 temperature, according to GHCN-M, which should be read first. An explanation for the choice of January 1978 will be found in that post. (Gistemp values … Continue reading

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This post is intended to supplement the main post Wanderings of a Marseille January 1978 temperature, according to GHCN-M, which should be read first. An explanation for the choice of January 1978 will be found in that post. This is … Continue reading

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Wanderings of a Marseille January 1978 temperature, according to GHCN-M

This post will be updated from time to time as further GHCN-M data is archived. Last updated December 17th 2015 (plots brought up to date to December 10th) Temperatures quoted by NOAA and others are “what would have been measured … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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GHCN data collection issues (from an Irish perspective)

As I noted in a previous post I have noticed some GHCN data collection issues in the specific context of Irish stations. These include missing values, incorrect values, and past values going missing, being found (or changed), going missing again, … Continue reading

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As completion of this post was long delayed, I’m posting the discussion part separately here as an ‘aside’ post so that it will show up as a new post for anyone who has given up waiting. The most striking aspect … Continue reading

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Cooling The Past In Siberia – some supplementary information

Paul Homewood has a post Cooling The Past In Siberia , where I commented. This post adds some further information to my comments, with images which I could not post inline at Paul’s blog, and more detailed information about the … Continue reading

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