Just to keep the Australian scene available to the public.
A bit technical but it provides a contrast to the warmist propaganda!
Older records may be fragile but was diligence any betterin recent decades?
Guest essay by Bob Fernley Jones
Out of over 20,000 Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) weather stations on record , 112 have had their data “corrected” under a process known as homogenisation, (the acronym for it in full is ACORN-SAT). Oddly though, eight of these high quality sites, are admitted to, quote:
“…have some urban influence during part or all of their record, hence are excluded from the annual temperature analyses”.
Thus only the resultant 104 ACORN site records are used to establish temperature trends and it is these that are partly reviewed herewith. Some ACORN stations are known under a single site name but are actually several different locations combined, (typically moving from in-town to the airport), and their homogenisation is partly achieved by including data trends from surrounding stations of lesser status…
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