Introducing the WUWT Global Climatic History Page

This one really is a must see: WUWT Global Climatic History Page

With graphs including Ocean Heat Content, Accumulated Cyclone Energy, Global Sea Level Change, Global Sea Ice Area, Surface Temperatures and Anomalies and Snowfall, the WUWT Global Climatic History Page offers a broad overview of the current climatic conditions and the brief and sometimes suspect historical records on Earth’s Climate System. Please note that WUWT cannot vouch for the accuracy of any of the data within this page, as WUWT is simply an aggregator. All of the data is linked to third party sources. If you doubt the accuracy of any of the graphs on the Global Climatic History Page, or any of the other 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.

We have also added new graphs and graphics to the Atmosphere, Global Climatic History Page and ENSO pages. If you have not had the opportunity to look through

it is highly recommended, as they are very informative, and indicative of the tremendous complexity of Earth’s climate system:

Also, if you have have any suggested additions or improvements to the WUWT Global Climatic History Page or any of the other WUWT Reference Pages, please let us know in comments below.

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23 thoughts on “Introducing the WUWT Global Climatic History Page

  1. ” at the bottom of the Reference Pages “TO” identify the associated source data”
    Not being pedantic, just helping!
    Regards,
    Ed Moran.

  2. This is fantastic. All these reference pages are becoming the cornerstone of good, solid, irrefutable evidence that the media and general public are being misled and manipulated.
    Many thanks to you all for your dedication and hard work.

  3. Thanks much all, this makes it so much easier.
    (also to not forget to check that out-of-the-way one)

  4. Fantastic set of data and images. Wow. Thanks for the work – its difficult for the average joe to get an up-to-date synoptic view of things.
    And these are the latest relevant images and data. Fantastic. Whata resource.
    Thanks Anthony! Et al!

  5. Anthony, You just keep making this site better and better. Even if one chooses to ignore the blogging, there’s a great wealth of data here all on one site. Thanks for your efforts.

  6. Wow! This is really great stuff.
    Many thanks to all who took the time to put this together for us. One thing does jump out from the page, there is no CAGW. There is no problem nor has there been a problem and take away the models and there is no evidence whatsoever of a problem.
    No wonder then that the climate hucksters keep peddling their rancid models, they need models like a crack head needs his fix, without models they have nothing and they know it.
    What we need now is a documentary using these tools and graphs actually showing people the real climate, I expect the BBC are already working on it?

  7. Cassandra King says:
    April 30, 2011 at 9:50 pm
    … I expect the BBC are already working on it?

    You lie like a rug!!
    ;PpPp

  8. This should keep me busy. Thanks.
    ps. Hyperlinks on the latter part of the Atmosphere page are just showing as text.

  9. Very minor nit: on the ENSO page, the sea level graph from U. Colorado (the one we’re waitin’ on!) is labeled “Salinity”…
    Great work, Anthony (and helpers)! Not what the warmists would expect from the “anti-science brigade” (*kaff* *splutter*)…
    Best,
    Frank

  10. Ed Moran says: April 30, 2011 at 5:11 pm
    ”at the bottom of the Reference Pages “TO” identify the associated source data”
    Not being pedantic, just helping!

    Thank you, fixed.

  11. berniel says: April 30, 2011 at 6:31 pm
    Are you avoiding proxy data? Only global? Therefore no paleo-climate?
    The Global Climatic History Page was intended to present only regularly updated measurement data. There are a number of new Reference Pages in progress, but a Global Paleoclimatic History Page will be added to the cue.

  12. son of mulder says: April 30, 2011 at 11:54 pm
    Hyperlinks on the latter part of the Atmosphere page are just showing as text.
    Yes, they were pasted in from comments and yet to be reformatted. It will be cleaned up this week. It is good to know that people actually read down that far on these pages, as there are many good resources in the Source Guides and we are considering developing tutorials at the end of the Reference Pages.

  13. Frank Kotler says: May 1, 2011 at 12:52 am
    Very minor nit: on the ENSO page, the sea level graph from U. Colorado (the one we’re waitin’ on!) is labeled “Salinity”…
    Multiple hands, multiple versions, makes for multiple mistakes… Corrected, thank you.

  14. Wow! The education facility otherwise knowon as WUWT just got better again with this new upgrade.
    I am very grateful for such a marvellous array of data, Anthony and team.

  15. I like the idea of having the “facts” together, such as they are.
    I wonder if it would be possible to have predicted graphs. It might also be fun to have an “anomolies” graph compared to the predictions (or they have another name for it, projection, I think?)

  16. Anthony – there is now no doubt – you have compiled, pushed, prodded, assembled, analyzed, and generally put your heart and soul into bringing us the finest, most balanced information and data of any climate blog. This climate hisory resource brings together in one place key information that we can rely on.
    I regularly forward posts from WUWT to friends to inform them of what’s going on. Blessings on you and your family.
    Thank you!
    BobW in NC
    REPLY: WUWT Regular “justthefacts” gets credit for this and some other pages. He’s done a great job – Anthony

  17. Anyone thought to include persistant-irritant-of-the-warmista, Steve Goddard? He’s a great searcher/collector/aggregator of historical anecdotal evidence, and then relishes finding and showing data to support it. Ignore his other political rants.
    Only a suggestion from someone who’s bloody cold @ 42-south, when we’re supposed to be warm(er than normal), according to the BoM anyway…
    Just my two-bob’s worth.

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