berkeley earth, Tag

  • Northern Winter Nights Wed, 24 Feb 16, 7:28am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I got to thinking about the distribution of the so-called “global” warming. I’d heard that a good chunk of it was due to increasing nighttime minimum temperatures. So I grabbed...
  • We all know that pollution in China is bad, but we didn't know it was this bad. A new study has found that air pollution is killing about 4,000 people per day in China. Using newly available data, physicists at Berkeley Earth,...
  • Buoy Temperatures, First Cut Sat, 29 Nov 14, 6:07pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach As many folks know, I’m a fan of good clear detailed data. I’ve been eyeing the buoy data from the National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) for a while. This is the data collected by a large number...
  • Problems With The Scalpel Method Sun, 29 Jun 14, 3:16pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In an insightful post at WUWT by Bob Dedekind, he talked about a problem with temperature adjustments. He pointed out that the stations are maintained, by doing things like periodically cutting...
  • The Slow Fourier Transform (SFT) Sun, 4 May 14, 4:29pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach While investigating the question of cycles in climate datasets (Part 1, Part 2), I invented a method I called “sinusoidal periodicity”...
  • Solar Periodicity Fri, 11 Apr 14, 3:26pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I was pointed to a 2010 post by Dr. Roy Spencer over at his always interesting blog. In it, he says that he can show a relationship between total solar irradiance (TSI) and the HadCRUT3 global...
  • After almost two years and some false starts, BEST now has one paper that has finally passed peer review. The text below is from the email release sent late Saturday. It was previously submitted to JGR Atmospheres according...
  • Popular Related Tags: berkeley earth, temperature, climate news, climate change, goddard institute for space studies, periodicity, uah msu, fft, adjustments/corrections, ndbc
  • Search for "berkeley earth" on our Eco Web Search