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GHCN Station History: A Pretty Chart II

2010 July 26


I presented a similar chart for GSOD data a few weeks back. Looks like it is time to present another for GHCN. These are the stations in v2.mean for the dates indicated.


Static images for every 10 years below the fold.

GHCN stations 1880
GHCN stations 1890
GHCN stations 1900
GHCN stations 1910
GHCN stations 1920
GHCN stations 1930
GHCN stations 1940
GHCN stations 1950
GHCN stations 1960
GHCN stations 1970
GHCN stations 1980
GHCN stations 1990
GHCN stations 2000
GHCN stations 2010

  1. carrot eater
    2010 July 26 at 8:13 pm

    I must say, you’ve done pretty well on fulfilling my wish back here

  2. 2010 July 26 at 8:19 pm

    I don’t get many critics. Got to keep the few I’ve got satisfied. 😀

  3. carrot eater
    2010 July 26 at 8:53 pm

    We’ve seen you’ve got some population of lurkers, though. They are the selfless ones – they don’t make you do stuff to entertain them, yet they come back.

  4. 2010 July 26 at 8:58 pm

    And here I thought it was just you hitting refresh 100 times a day. 😉

  5. carrot eater
    2010 July 26 at 9:00 pm

    Well, that too.

  6. 2010 July 26 at 9:21 pm

    Now I do that over at Nick’s. His RSS aware blog roll puts the new posts on top, reducing my sniffing around time.

  7. Steven Mosher
    2010 July 26 at 9:24 pm

    I need to put you on my regular rounds

  8. 2010 July 27 at 2:28 am

    I figured that data for the Southern Hemisphere was sparse before 1940, but this really illustrates *how* sparse — nice job, indeed!

  9. 2010 July 27 at 3:29 am

    Ron, These pictures really do tell the story. Following up your neat movie, I’ve put up a new post with KMZ files for each of those decade years for GHCN.

  10. 2010 July 27 at 7:25 am

    Just came across Goddard’s silly post from yesterday. I was going to write something up on it, but you guys beat me to the punch 😛

    Why is it that any time he doesn’t understand something he always implies fraud? *sigh*

  11. 2010 July 27 at 8:15 am

    Because his objective is to undermine trust in institutions that study climate science, not to expand knowledge and understanding. At least that’s the way I read the tea leaves. Got any more soft pitches? 😉

  12. carrot eater
    2010 July 27 at 12:13 pm

    I just rolled my eyes at that one. Pretty much that exact same post appears there with some regularity, it seems to me, and it will continue to do so. Explaining things is futile.

  13. cce
    2010 July 29 at 12:37 am

    I’d wager that Goddard actually understands what is being done, but it’s in WUWT’s best interest to keep its regulars ignorant. If you polled them, a large portion wouldn’t even understand what anomalies are, but nevertheless, they’d be certain it’s all a conspiracy to obscure the absolute temperature from the public.

  14. steven Mosher
    2010 July 29 at 3:29 pm


    Rest assurred Goddard does not understand what is being done. At times I feel like carrot does.
    Crap I got called a true believer the other day.

    its like wack a mole

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