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Quick Temp Analysis

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posted on Dec, 10 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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This is just one of many charts that need producing.

It is a randomly picked data source, using the month of July as this appeared at a quick glance to have the highest temps.

The data is as described in the key, and is drawn from the following link (see the bottom of the page to obtain the actual data).

I'm currently trying to obtain the actual day/night temps on a daily basis.

www.metoffice.gov.uk...

The following PDF was created using data from Waddington, for the month of July (assuming the first column is January), and cover the years 1951 to 2009.

The CO2 figures were obtained from here: co2now.org...

Again, for the month of July.

From 1998, the rolling decadal average decreases, with a dip below the average for the decade 1996-2005 (which included the record high 1998).

Hiding the decline?


Download here:

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If anyone wants to help on this project - let me know.

The primary aim will be to see if this trend is found across all the data.

[edit on 10-12-2009 by mirageofdeceit]




posted on Dec, 10 2009 @ 06:59 PM
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Here is January using the same data set:

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The coldest period occurred in the period 1978-1987, before warming again.

Note that for the rolling decadal average, the point plotted on the graph is at the last year for the decade plotted, so work back for the block of 10 years to see the data included in the computation.

[edit on 10-12-2009 by mirageofdeceit]



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