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← de Hackerangriff auf die britische Climate Research Unit (CRU)! Hunderte Mails merkwürdigen Inhaltes führender IPCC Forscher veröffentlicht!
← en Breaking News Story: CRU has apparently been hacked - hundreds of files released
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en The rules of the game
← fr Hadley Center: Le hack du siècle ?
The Met Office Hadley Centre was opened in 1990, by the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, when the Met Office was at its previous headquarters in Bracknell.
By the late 1980s the Synoptic Climatology Branch was working closely with the Climatic Research Unit to produce an integrated global land surface air and sea surface temperature data set.
This was the primary data set used to assess observed global warming by the IPCC in 1990.
← en The Dog Ate Global Warming
Imagine if there were no reliable records of global surface temperature.
Raucous policy debates such as cap-and-trade would have no scientific basis,
Al Gore would at this point be little more than a historical footnote,
and President Obama would not be spending this U.N. session talking up a (likely unattainable) international climate deal in Copenhagen in December.
Steel yourself for the new reality, because the data needed to verify the gloom-and-doom warming forecasts have disappeared.
← de UK Met Office verweigert Daten und Methoden
Source: 2010-02-13 en BBC News
GISS: "The hardest part is trying to influence the nature of the measurements obtained ..."
|James (Jim) E. Hansen||
Dr., Former Head of NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
in New York City
He also serves as Al Gore's science advisor
▶James (Jim) E. Hansen: Who is who (Aktivisten der anthropogenen Globalen Erwärmung)
|GISS - Goddard Institute for Space Studies (NASA)||GISS - Goddard Institute for Space Studies (NASA)||GISS - Goddard Institute for Space Studies (NASA)|
|GISS-Oberflächentemperaturen||GISS-Surface temperatures||GISS-Températures des surfaces|
en One of the ironies of climate science is that perhaps the most prominent opponent of satellite measurement of global temperature is James Hansen, head of ... wait for it ... the Goddard Institute for Space Studies at NASA!
As odd as it may seem, while we have updated our technology for measuring atmospheric components like CO2, and have switched from surface measurement to satellites to monitor sea ice, Hansen and his crew at the space agency are fighting a rearguard action to defend surface temperature measurement against the intrusion of space technology.
For those new to the topic, the ability to measure global temperatures by satellite has only existed since about 1979, and is admittedly still being refined and made more accurate.
However, satellite measurement has a number of substantial advantages over surface temperature measurement:
It is immune to biases related to the positioning of surface temperature stations, particularly the temperature creep over time for stations in growing urban areas.
It is relatively immune to the problems of discontinuities as surface temperature locations are moved.
It is much better geographic coverage, lacking the immense holes that exist in the surface temperature network.
Anthony Watts has done a fabulous job of documenting the issues with the surface temperature measurement network in the US, which one must remember is the best in the world.