Corrupting Uruguay

The long-term temperature record from Uruguay shows little warming, but homogenizing in UHI infected data from Buenos Aires, a strong warming trend is created.

According to NASA, some of the Buenos Aires UHI is removed in the GHCN V4 database by homogenization, but the in the actual database the UHI effect is made slightly worse.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis (v4)

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5 Responses to Corrupting Uruguay

  1. arn says:

    Fudging Uruguayan data with compromised data from Argentina
    is indeed a global (ist) thing..
    And probablythe only global thing that ever resulted in any kind of warming.

    • arn says:

      And slightly off topic –
      Europe was hit by a huge propaganda front this weakend,
      as dutch scientist found out that the Atlantic Ocean currents may collapse as early as 2025
      and turn Europe into Greenland.

      No melt during peak winter must have lead to these results,
      and not some useless models + the crappy argument that such a thing has happened 12000 years ago, while not mentioning that the ice sheet was up to 4 km high and a single huge calving may have caused a major disruption and released more water in a day than the artics during a hole year.

  2. czechlist says:

    Almanac for Dallas-Fort Worth Area, TX
    February 13,
    Daily Data. Record Highest
    Max Temperature 84 in 1918
    Min Temperature 63 in 1938
    Avg Temperature. 70.0 in 1938
    Avg Temperature 55.2 in 1952

  3. Bill says:

    Tony, thanks again for We had some pretty warm weather in my town, and of course everyone thinks that it’s the hottest year ever. But, I made a quick graph showing that in the last century or so, we’ve hit similar temperatures dozens of times in February.

    Yes it was unusual – but the hottest ever? Not even close. People are always surprised at how they are being lied to by omission.

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