Tag Archives: HadCru

The Earth running hot and cold !

There has been quite a debate over at WUWT regarding temperature measurements and temperature anomalies. The AGW crew argue that only anomalies can be relied on ┬áto track global warming. These anomalies calculated at each individual weather station are the … Continue reading

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A Study of Hadley-CRU weather station data

Do systematic effects caused by the geographic location of weather stations effect global temperature anomalies ? I have been studying the station temperature data used in the Hadley Cru global temperature analysis. These data consist of all the land based … Continue reading

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Sahara Temperature Trends

I have been interested in analysing temperature trends measured by weather stations in the Sahara region. This is for two main ┬áreasons. The first is that with so little humidity in the atmosphere any effects caused just by increases in … Continue reading

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