Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach A while back, I noticed an oddity about the Hadley Centre’s HadISST sea ice dataset for the Arctic. There’s a big change in variation from the pre- to the post-satellite era. Satellite measurements of ice … Continue reading ?
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach The CERES dataset is satellite data that is based on radiation measurements made from low earth orbit. The CERES data has two parts. The first part is observational data, measurements of downwelling a... Read Post
Guest post by Willis Eschenbach A few days ago, Steve Goddard put up a post called “Does PIOMAS Verify?” In it, he compared the PIOMAS computer model estimate of the Arctic ice volume with the SIDADS satellite measured Arctic ice … ... Read Post
Guest essay by Robert A Cook, PE Sea ice concentration, north and south poles as observed by satellite. Image from University of Illinois Cryosphere Today In particular, for the twenty-second of each month, we will calculate and pre... Read Post