Monthly Archives: January 2011

>Removing The Effects of Natural Variables – Multiple Linear Regression-Based or “Eyeballed” Scaling Factors

>This is the second of a series of follow-up posts to Can Most Of The Rise In The Satellite-Era Surface Temperatures Be Explained Without Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gases?. The first follow-up was Notes On Polar Amplification. This post discusses the impacts … Continue reading

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>Mid-January 2011 SST Anomaly Update

>This mid-month update only includes the shorter-term NINO3.4 and global SST anomaly graphs; that is, the ones from January 2004 to present. Both the NINO3.4 and Global SST anomalies have dropped. As noted in the November 2010 SST Anomaly Update, … Continue reading

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>Notes On Polar Amplification

>This post shows, based on GISS LOTI data, there is nothing unusual about the Polar Amplification taking place during the current warming period and also shows Polar Amplification exaggerates the cooling during periods when global temperatures decline. This post is … Continue reading

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>hidethedecline.eu Hides A Post

>UPDATE (January 21, 2011): On the HideTheDecline post Where should we expect UHI in temperature data 1979-2009?, I have added a request of Frank for his future posts: Title: Hopefully My Final Reply To Frank Frank, with respect to your … Continue reading

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>December 2010 SST Anomaly Update

>MONTHLY SST ANOMALY MAP The map of Global OI.v2 SST anomalies for December 2010 downloaded from the NOMADS website is shown below. There was a mix of variations in ocean basin SST anomalies this month. Some rose, some fell. The … Continue reading

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>Can Most Of The Rise In The Satellite-Era Surface Temperatures Be Explained Without Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gases?

UPDATE:  I corrected the latitudes listed in the title block of Figure 22. HHHHHHHHHH In this post, I divide the globe (60S-60N) into two subsets and remove the linear effects of ENSO and volcanic eruptions from GISS Land-Ocean Temperature Index … Continue reading

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