Bob Tisdale - Climate Observations

With the recent release of the CRUTEM4 data came the expected two-sided discussion (argument) about the changes from the earlier version of the dataset, CRUTEM3. One side claimed the adjustments were needed, while the other side protested the increase in global surface temperature anomalies. There were also differences of opinion about where the adjustments were made. Some claimed the added Arctic surface stations were the sole contributors to the trend, and others countered that the adjustments and dataset additions impacted data globally.

Who was right about the locations of the additions and adjustments? And when did the adjustments and additions have the greatest impact in recent decades?

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  1. Bob Tisdale says:

    Thanks, Kim2000, for reposting.

  2. kim2ooo says:

    Bob Tisdale says:
    April 28, 2012 at 9:20 am (Edit)

    Thanks, Kim2000, for reposting.

    You are very welcome. 🙂

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