have prepared dozens of charts & graphs looking at every aspect
of global warming that I could. My early Excel based
analysis is here. My more
recent R based analysis
is here. I have used publicly
available data sources to reach my own conclusions. I
provide the data links and my R script for each chart/ graph so that interested
readers can confirm my work for themselves.
Here's a quick summary of my evidence for global warming.
Rising Global Temperatures
Global land and sea surface air temperature
anomalies have been
rising at a rapid rate since the 1970s. My
GISS 's monthly temperature anomaly trends from 1880 shows a
rapid rise since the 1970s.
Satellite based global temperature anomalies
show a similar trend to the NASA GISS trend. My
based global temperature anomalies since 1979 is consistent with
the NASA GISS trend.
Global sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies have also been
rising, as shown in my
chart of NOAA global SST anomalies since 1880.
Temperature changes over the globe are not
uniform, see this
discussion. My polar amplification
that Arctic region temperatures have increased much more
than lower latitudes. .
Rising Mean Sea Level
Declining Arctic Sea ice Extent
Arctic sea ice extent measures the area
where sea ice exceeds 15%. My
chart of monthly Arctic sea ice extent shows a
continuing decline over the satellite observation period
starting in 1979. Each month shows a decline. Polar
amplification magnifies the global temperature increases so
that the Arctic experiences a much greater temperature
increase, resulting in shrinking sea ice, reduced solar
reflection and reduced
Take a serious look at my climate trend charts
here. Review my posts on
Understanding the Role of CO2
here. Investigate, examine, review, evaluate. The problem is
real, it is serious, it is worldwide and it will affect future