Well known climate data sets visualized and always updated
We've been creating visualizations based on different sets of climate data since we started. We've combined all the well known ones in different versions for this case. The charts will be updated when new data comes in.
We provide four graphs for each series. The first one shows the monthly anomalies (as compared to the reference period for each serie, which differs) plus a 10 year moving average. The second one shows the calender year average on the temperature anomaly compared to the baseline. The third one shows the average of the monthly anomalies per decade. The fourth one shows the 30 year centered average on the monthly anomalies. This means each point tells something about the 15 years before and after the point.
|Name (link to source data)||Type||Start + Latest month||Month + 10 year avg||Year||Decade||30 year centered avg|
|NASA/GISS||Surface||January 1880 - July 2022|
January 1880 - July 2022
|JMA||Surface||January 1891 - July 2022|
January 1850 - June 2022
|Copernicus Era5||Reanalysis||January 1979 - July 2022|
|UAH MSU 6.0 TLT||Satellite||January 1979 - July 2022|
|RSS MSU 4.0 TLT||Satellite||January 1979 - June 2022|
|Berkeley (BEST)||Reanalysis||January 1850 - June 2022|
|Cowtan and Way||Reanalysis||January 1850 - June 2021|
January 1850 - June 2021
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