Tag Archives: Climate Change

HADCRUT4.6 for June 2018

The CRUTEM4.6 weather station data for June 2018 has just been published, which when combined with the HadSST3 sea surface temperature data forms the global average – HadCRUT4.6. The traditional method for calculating this is by binning all the station … Continue reading

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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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Australian Raw temperature results

Homogenisation more often then not increases warming trends. ACORN-SAT is based on 112 stations, many of which are combinations of nearby stations which are then all homogenised.  However there are actually a total 1805 individual stations scattered about Australia, most of … Continue reading

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