Arctic Temperature Data From CLIMAS

Why does data have to be manipulated show warming? C(Lie)mate change.

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

h/t Josik

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http://nwpi.krc.karelia.ru/e/climas/

The CLIMAS (Climate information access system) was set up to provide climate data for high latitudes, although it does not seem to have been updated since 2000.

The project was a joint effort from, amongst others, the Max Planck Institute, Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center and St Petersburg University.

The data they provide includes monthly temperature data from 28 weather stations around the Arctic. Checks at Jan Mayen Island and Nuuk confirm that these tally with the raw GHCN Version 2 data, which I used in my earlier analysis.

For instance, Jan Mayen.

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http://nwpi.krc.karelia.ru/e/climas/Temper/tempGl_menu.htm

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GISS Version 2

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/tmp/gistemp/STATIONS/tmp_634010010003_1_0/station.txt

Now compare with the new adjusted version at GISS.

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GISS Version 3

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/tmp/gistemp/STATIONS/tmp_634010010000_12_0/station.txt

The new GISS temperatures all 1.1C cooler than the CLIMAS set for 1924/5.

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