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Temperature (Data Analysis)

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Temperature (Data Analysis)


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A "New-and-Improved" 1500-Year North Fennoscandian Summer Temperature History

Vegetation, Climate and CO2: Their Intertwined Relationship

The "Divergence Problem" in Tree-Ring Reconstructions of Temperature

On the Use of Near-Surface Air Temperature Data to Assess the Magnitude of Global Warming

Microclimatic Inhomogeneities in Surface Air Temperature Records

The Significance of Long-Term-Persistence in Surface Air Temperature Data

The Urban Heat Island of Shanghai, China

A New Temperature Trend of the Lower Troposphere Derived from Reanalysis Data

How "Pristine" are the Surface Air Temperature Data that Suggest an "Unprecedented" Global Warming Over the 20th Century?

The Industrial-Region Heat Island Effect

Spurious Warming Signal Detected in USHCN Temperatures

Low-Frequency Signals in Long Tree-Ring Chronologies Reveal the Existence of Multi-Centennial-Scale Temperature Trends of the Past Millennium

Earth's Temperature History: Putting the 20th Century in Proper Perspective

Temperature and Precipitation Biases Introduced by the Automation of Meteorological Data Collection

An Introduced Warming Bias in the USHCN Temperature Database

Are the Near-Surface Air Temperature Data We Possess Precise Enough to Detect a Component of Historical Global Warming that Can Confidently Be Attributed to the Model-Predicted Greenhouse Effect of the Past Century's Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions?

Spatial and Temporal Effects of Data Gaps