Category Archives: NOAA

A new analysis of Global Land Daily temperature data

This post describes my attempt to reproduce global temperatures from scratch. By scratch I mean using all the originalĀ  raw temperature measurements from the NCDC daily weather archive without adjustments. The largest accessible archive of raw temperature measurements is the … Continue reading

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Temp anomaly for October = 0.69C

I have combined GHCN V3 data with HadSST3 to calculate theĀ  temperature anomaly using the same timebase as HADCRUT4, using my Spherical Triangulation algorithm. The resulting global average value is 0.69C. The spatial temperature distribution is shown below. The global … Continue reading

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Calculating global temperature anomalies using three new methods.

Abstract Deriving global temperatures anomalies involves the surface averaging of normalized ocean and station temperature data that are inhomogeneously distributed in both space and time. Different groups have adopted different averaging schemes to deal with this problem. For example GISS … Continue reading

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