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(apologies for the yellow line)  Source here.

 

From Watts et al future submission….. starting at line 739. 

By way of comparison, the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH) Lower Troposphere CONUS trend over this period is 0.25°C/decade and Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) has  0.23°C/decade, the average being 0.24°C/decade. This provides an upper bound for the  surface temperature since the upper air is supposed to have larger trends than the surface (e.g. see Klotzbach et al (2011). Therefore, the surface temperatures should display some  fraction of that 0.24°C/decade trend. Depending on the amplification factor used, which  for some models ranges from 1.1 to 1.4, the surface trend would calculate to be in the range of 0.17 to 0.22, which is close to the 0.155°C/decade trend seen in the compliant Class 1&2 stations.

There’s been a big row about this in the past among some but it…

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