By WUWT regular “Just The Facts”
Our newest addition is the WUWT Global Temperature Page, which includes graphs, graphics and animations on Global Atmospheric, Surface and Ocean Temperatures, as well as a summary of Northern Hemisphere Temperatures at the end.
Also, in response to various requests for tutorials, I’ve been compiling a list of all of the potential variables in Earth’s Climate System in this post Earth’s Climate System Is Ridiculously Complex – With Draft Link Tutorial and will add it as a WUWT Reference Pagesonce it is more complete. I am crowdsourcing this list, so if you have any additions, corrections, recommendations, etc. please leave them in comments on that thread.
I have also made a couple changes to Sea Ice Page, adding titles to several of the graphics and testing a new link anchoring function, i.e. you’ll note pink tags like “Graphic 1″ next to the first 7 titles. The goal of anchoring function would be to allow WUWT users to link directly to any graph on any of the WUWT Reference Pages, but I wanted to test it out before rolling it out further. What do you think about this functionality? Would anyone actually use it?
Additionally, Dr. Roy Spencer’s UAH Lower Atmosphere Temperature Anomaly Chart found at the top of this post and in the Global Temperature page, has also been added to WUWT’s Atmosphere Page and Global Climate History Page. If you really like to keep an eye on Atmospheric Temperatures it is recommended that you visit the University of Alabama at Huntsville’s Discover AMSU Temperature Page, which offers daily atmospheric temperatures from a range of heights based upon the Aqua Satellite.
If you have not had the opportunity to review the other WUWT Reference Pagesit is highly recommended:
- Atmosphere Page
- Atmospheric Oscillation
- ENSO (El Nino/La Nina Southern Oscillation) Page
- Geomagnetism Page
- Global Climate History
- Global Temperature
- Ocean Page
- Ocean Oscillation
- Sea Ice Page
- Solar Page
- US Climatic History Reference Page
- US Weather History
Please note that WUWT cannot vouch for the accuracy of the data within the reference pages, as WUWT is simply an aggregator. All of the data is linked from third party sources. If you doubt the accuracy of any of the graphs on the WUWT Reference Pages, please note it in comments and try to leverage the extensive Source Guides at the bottom of the Reference Pages to identify the associated source data.
If you have have any suggested additions or improvements to any of the WUWT Reference Pages, please let us know in comments below.