The entire CRUTEM3 database of station temperature measurements has just been released. This comes after a multi-year process to get permissions from individual National Weather Services to allow the passing on of data to third parties and from a ruling from the UK ICO. All the NWSs have now either agreed or not responded (except for Poland which specifically refused). Since the Polish data is a such a small fraction of the globe (and there are a few Polish stations in any case via RBSC or GCOS), this doesn’t make much difference to hemispheric means or regional climate. These permissions were obtained with help from the UK Met Office (who have also placed the station data on their website in a slightly different format) and whose FAQ is quite informative.
- 2009 Temperature Data
- Hansen et al. Temperature Analysis
- Putting the Lie to the Temperature Trend Arguments of Skeptics
- Real Climate Analysis of “ClimateGate”
- New National Academy of Sciences Study on Temperature Increases/Impacts
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