Monthly Archives: December 2008

>Unheralded Changes in ERSST.v3 Data

>This’ll be a quick post with only two illustrations. Back in an August 8 post, My Curse on Data Set Updates, I noted the lack of updates to the ERSST.v3 data. At that time, the data ended in April 2008. … Continue reading

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>Dip and Rebound Part 2

>INTRODUCTION I do occasionally receive comments to my posts. Some agree with the post, some point me in a different direction, and some disagree. A blogger going by the initials JC replied to my recent post Dip and Rebound and … Continue reading

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>Sorry About The Lack of Posts

>But I had company in over the weekend and I’ve been in a debate over at Deltoid on their Another correction to Duffy thread for the last day or so. It started at comment #16 with cohenite dropping my name. … Continue reading

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>Why Does GISS Use HadISST Data from 1880 to 1981?

THIS POST IS NOW OBSOLETE.  GISS CHANGED SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE DATASETS FROM HADISST TO NOAA’S ERSST.V3B.  THAT IS, GISS NOW USES THE SAME SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE DATASET AS THE NCDC. >This post was originally titled “Why Does GISS Use HADSST2 … Continue reading

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>November 2008 SST Update

> UPDATE – December 5, 2008 I’ve added the NINO3.4 SST anomaly graph based on monthly data back into the list. It follows the NINO3.4 graph based on weekly data. ############################# All graphs, other than first NINO3.4 SST anomaly graph, … Continue reading

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