Monthly Archives: October 2019

Icosahedral binning

A recent post by Nick Stokes has started me thinking again about the use of 3D Icosahedral binning of temperature data. Their major advantage is that all bins are of equal size on the earth’s surface thereby removing artificial spatial … Continue reading

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September global temperature falls 0.04C

These results use a spherical triangulation of land (GHCN) and ocean (HadSST3) temperature data with a baseline of 1961-1990. Since August I have been forced to update to GHCN-V4 land temperatures since GHCN-V3 has been discontinued. September shows a small … Continue reading

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