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Tag Archives: hadcrut4
2015 likely to be the warmest on record
This year’s global average surface temperature is likely to be the warmest on record according to data from the Met Office, and is expected to continue the trend showing 15 of the top 16 warmest years have happened since 2001. … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged climate, climate change, climate science, El Nino, global average temperatures, global temperature, global warming, hadcrut4, Met Office, Met Office Hadley Centre, NASA, NASA GISS, NOAA, record, statistics, temperature, WMO, World Meteorological Organization 38 Comments
The 2013 global mean temperature
In December 2013 we published an estimate of the global mean temperature up to the end of October 2013, based on an average of the three main global temperature datasets – Met Office and University of East Anglia (HadCRUT4), NOAA … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged AR5, Arctic ice, climate change, climate models, Global mean temperature, global warming, hadcrut4, ipcc, NASA GISS, NOAA NCDC 16 Comments
Met Office in the Media: 14 October 2012
An article by David Rose appears today in the Mail on Sunday under the title: ‘Global warming stopped 16 years ago, reveals Met Office report quietly released… and here is the chart to prove it’ It is the second article … Continue reading
Met Office in the Media: 20 March 2012
There has been widespread coverage of a scientific paper detailing an update to the joint Met Office Hadley Centre and University of East Anglia, HadCRUT global temperature dataset. The paper is published in the Journal of Geophysical Research. Compiled from temperature observations … Continue reading
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