Wednesday, February 10, 2010

GISS Trends for World Regions

Below are supplemental graphs of data from Chiefio's blog, "dT/dt - AGW DDT," the "first differences" in temperatures from GHCN. Below are graphs for Europe, Africa, North America, South America, and Pacific regions. Two graphs are posted for each region, a graph showing the dT/Yr, and a graph of Cumulative dT, where dT is the change in Temperature from one year to the next. - Roger E. Sowell, Esq. [note, the graph titles were changed to GHCN from GISS, and the Pacific data was corrected, as Chiefio himself pointed out needed to be changed. - RES, Feb 11, 2010]

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2 comments:

chiefio said...

Ah! The pacific cumulative graph is actually a duplicate of the European data!

BTW, these ought to be labeled GHCN rather than GISS. These data are from GHCN unadjusted data file, not from the GIStemp program nor the GISS web site.

Roger Sowell said...

Chiefio, Thanks for pointing that out. Corrected now. -- Roger