Category Archives: Weather Data

Climate Data, Sydney, NSW 1862-2018 – A Case Study

A crucial factor in analysis of long-term climate data is ensuring that the reporting station is able deliver a long-term record under the same conditions. In most locations, long-term data have unfortunately not been maintained. Meteorological stations have been relocated … Continue reading

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Global Climate Change Forecast, 1988

One of the major initial sources of concern regarding anthropogenic global warming (AGW) was a paper published by Hansen et al. in 1988: Global Climate Changes as Forecast by Goddard Institute for Space Studies Three-Dimensional Model. Hansen provided three scenarios:(A) … Continue reading

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Climate Models Have Been Predicting Too Much Warming

Dr John Christy, University of Alabama at Huntsville Speaking to a meeting in the Palace of Westminster in London, Professor John Christy of the University of Alabama in Huntsville told MPs and peers that almost all climate models have predicted rapid … Continue reading

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Long-term data show minimal variation in rainfall in South Eastern Australia

An analysis of rainfall data since the 1830s from Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide shows minimal trends in frequency or intensity of rainfall events. Click to read paper

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