Combined

CombinedUAHRSSHadCrutGISSAMOPDOCETSea Ice

There are 4 main sources of climate data, 2 based on satellite instruments and 2 based on thermometers. These are UAH RSS HadCrut and GISS

Combining data from the various data sources into one graph

HadCrut, GISS, RSS and UAH Global Annual Anomalies with 'Gaussian' Annual and 15 year low pass filters from sources
First as downloaded from the data sources themselves

HadCrut, GISS, RSS and UAH Global Annual Anomalies - Aligned 1979-2013 with 'Gaussian' low pass and Savitzky-Golay 15 year filters
Then aligned from 1979-Today so as to bring them into a common framework

Anderson,Mann,Ammann,Loehle,GISS,HadCrut,RSS and UAH Global Annual Anomalies Aligned 1979-2013 with 'Gaussian' low pass and Savitzky-Golay 15 year filters
Then with some proxies added to get another 50 years and add some context

Anderson, Mann, Ammann, Loehle and HadCrut Global Anomalies Aligned in overlap periods with 'Gaussian' low pass 15 year filters
Proxy alignments to HadCrut over their overlap periods

HadCrut, GISS, RSS and UAH Global Annual Anomalies - Aligned 1979-2013 with 'Gaussian' low pass and Savitzky-Golay 15 year filters, 1979 on
Data sets from just 1979 onwards

GISS,HadCrut,RSS and UAH trends 1979- (sources)
Initial trends from sources to show how the alignments are made

GISS,HadCrut,RSS and UAH trends 1979- (aligned)
Trends after OLS alignments so as to bring them to a common baseline

Methodology

Source Data from
HadCRUT
GISS
UAH
RSS

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