This mornig s session is all about drafting a set of suggestions to forward to other key members of the climate research community using the group knowledge gained from this conference. I have submitted my suggestion, and it has been accepted for inclusion in the publication. It reads:
It has become clear that many surface weather stations, possibly a
significant number, may have undocumented biases that may or may not
be correctable using data analysis and data adjustment techniques.
After completion of weather station surveys for USHCN and other
networks, Why not identify the known good stations that have long term
records, few station moves, and no obvious microsite biases and
separate their data into a subset. Study the data and trends the known
good station subsets produce separately to see what can be learned.