NASA Fixed That Nasty 1930’s Arctic Warmth

In 1997, GISS showed the Arctic cooling since the 1930’s

ScreenHunter_797 Dec. 25 07.53

Archived 1997 version : www.giss.nasa.gov/Data/GISTEMP/ZonAnn.Ts.txt

But GISS fixed that inconvenient warm period, by cooling the 1930’s Arctic 0.4ºC

ScreenHunter_800 Dec. 25 08.08

Current version : data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/tabledata_v3/ZonAnn.Ts.txt

Some of their more impressive work eliminating 1930’s Arctic warmth was done in Iceland

Reykjavik

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12 Responses to NASA Fixed That Nasty 1930’s Arctic Warmth

  1. Sleepalot says:

    GISS altered EVERY Icelandic station they use.

    GISS fraud of Holar Hornafirdi, Iceland.
    Holar Hornafirdi 3

    GISS fraud of Teigarhorn, Iceland
    Teigarhorn, Iceland

    GISS fraud of Akureyri, Iceland
    Akureyri, Iceland

    GISS fraud of Keflavik, Iceland
    Keflavik, Iceland

    GISS fraud of Stykkisholmur, Iceland
    Stykkisholmur, Iceland

    GISS fraud of Thorshavn, Faeroe Islands.
    Thorshavn, Faeroe Islands

    Time travel at Grimsey, Iceland.
    Interestingly, CRUtem3 and GISS show the same 5 year data shift for Grimsey, Iceland.
    Grimsey A
    Grimsey B

  2. NikFromNYC says:

    Even the berserker Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature algorithm is quite happy with Reykjavik, leaving it off its bloody chopping block:
    http://berkeleyearth.lbl.gov/stations/155459

  3. Ian George says:

    Sleepalot and gator69
    The v1 GISS NASA data for individual w/stations has been archived and access denied.
    But here’s another example (Jan Mayen) using GISS v1 and GISSv4.
    V1 – raw temps
    http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/show_station.cgi?id=634010010003&dt=1&ds=1
    V4 – adjusted temps
    http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/show_station.cgi?id=634010010000&dt=1&ds=14

    Hope they still work.

    • Sleepalot says:

      @ Ian Yes, I confirmed it by comparison with the CRUtem3 version.
      How are you able to link to GISSv1 if they’ve hidden it?

  4. Ian George says:

    For some stations you can by adjusting the web address in the address bar. Doesn’t always work but you can see from the ones above what the changes are. You have to fiddle around a bit because some changes aren’t always the same.

  5. Ex-scientist says:

    It looks like the first chart is temperature and the second is change in temperature. At least that is how they are labelled above. If so, then they are consistent with each other.

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