Daily Archives: May 31, 2010

GISS Deletes Arctic And Southern Ocean Sea Surface Temperature Data

Guest post by Bob Tisdale There are numerous blog posts and discussions about how the GISS global temperature anomaly product GISTEMP differs from the Hadley Centre and NCDC datasets. The repeated reasons presented for this are, GISS uses 1200km radius … Continue reading

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Posted in Climate data, Sea Surface Temperature | 115 Comments

SST update

Steve Goddard writes: Below are animations for the entire year (150 days) so far, based on NOAA SST maps. The videos are presented with minimal commentary. As they say, “150 pictures are worth 150,000 words.” El Niño has faded and … Continue reading

Posted in Sea Surface Temperature | 54 Comments

Americans: Fly your flag

I’ve been proverbially “sick as a dog” this weekend either from stomach flu, or some food poisoning, not sure which. Spending so much time in bed, I almost forgot to put up my flag today. My neighbors must have wondered … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 93 Comments

WUWT Arctic Sea Ice News #7

By Steve Goddard The last piece of ice remaining in the Arctic The death spiral continues, with Arctic ice extent and thickness nearly identical to what it was 10 years ago.

Posted in Sea Ice News | 124 Comments