Monthly Archives: March 2018

Temperature Anomalies and ‘Abnormalities’

Why do we use temperature anomalies instead of absolute temperatures even when studying small regions like the UK? The last post showed that maximum annual ACORN-SAT  temperatures for Australia show little change since 1910, whereas maximum temperature anomalies did indeed show … Continue reading

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Australia is not getting warmer. It is getting less cold !

Maximum temperatures in Australia are on average not increasing at all. Instead an increase in minimum temperatures explains the ~1C warming observed since 1910. All these results are from ACORN-SAT which have already been adjusted and homogenised.  They are the … Continue reading

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Australian extreme temperatures are falling

The annual range of temperature extremes in Australia is reducing as the continent warms. The annual temperature range is the maximum recorded temperature for that year minus the minimum recorded temperature. The annual continental average is the area weighted average … Continue reading

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