Monthly Archives: September 2011

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Aqua Channel 5 and Short-Term Temperature Variability

Channel 5 data provides a tropospheric temperature estimate every 24 hours. A look at seasonal and interannual variation (see posts) found that the AQUA data, on longer time scales, behaves as-expected at least with respect to seasonality and ENSO. In other … Continue reading

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AQUA Channel 5 Data and ENSO

Is there correlation between the AQUA channel 5 data and ENSO? To answer that we must first do something about the annual cycle which is present in the channel 5 data. Global surface temperature cycles over a year, with the … Continue reading

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AQUA Channel 5 and the Annual Temperature Cycle

UAH maintains an interesting website which provides atmospheric data from the AQUA satellite. Dr Roy Spencer of UAH introduces the nature of the data here. Of interest is AQUA channel 5. Channel 5 measures a portion of the atmosphere which is largely the … Continue reading

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The Blog

This blog is, in a sense, my notebook, with a few parts in public view. It is not an attempt to persuade anyone of anything, especially in the Thunderdome that is the global warming debate. I don’t mind making mistakes if … Continue reading

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