Category Archives: UK Met Office

Spatial integration of global temperatures

The spatial integration method used to calculate the global surface temperature has a large impact on the end result. I am using a 3D method based on  spherical triangulation of the weather stations combined with SST results from HadSST3.  This … Continue reading

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HadSST4 and knock on effects

The new version of the HadSST4 has reassigned ship based  measurements from before WW II  into the early 1990s. Bias adjustments depend on the fraction of measurements using wooden or canvas buckets and engine room intakes (ERI), which are partly … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to the Global Warming Hiatus ?

The last IPCC assessment in 2013 showed a clear pause in global warming lasting 16 years from  1998 to 2012 – the notorious hiatus. As a direct consequence of this  AR5 estimates of climate sensitivity were reduced and CMIP5 models … Continue reading

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