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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Satellite Temperatures, June 2010: MSU/AMSU Channel TLT Brightness Temperature Anomaly

MSU/AMSU Channel TLT Brightness Temperature Anomaly -- June 2010

Dear Readers,  I still find this graph to be one of the scariest of them all, unfortunately.  Click on the image to see the details, please.
Figure 8.  Link:


Anonymous said...

Tenney: I reliably check your site and find good information I would have missed. Because it is largely reposting I do generally comment and thank you for all of your effort. The charts of the sst around Indonesia and the the satellite temp graph are truly eye openers. As a glaciologist who is spending most of the last few days writing and reviewing pubs. this is a excellent food for thought.

Tenney Naumer said...

Wow! Your blog is awesome! I added it to my blog list (not that anyone ever uses that list).

That Indian Ocean business is often overlooked, but is apparently very important for Australia and Antarctica.

Thank you for the compliments!

Tenney Naumer said...

I guess you already knew all that about the Indian Ocean, Dr. P.

If by chance you read this comment, I am wondering about the increasing numbers and sizes of the melt lakes on Greenland along the edges of the ice sheet. Are they not larger and more numerous than they were just two years ago?