The BEST surprise?
Dopo le sorprese della scorsa settimana, ecco una bella sorpresina di mezza estate direttamente da Berkeley. La novità sta soprattutto nelle assunzioni di attribution, apparentemente un lavoretto semplice semplice à la WfT (qui una rapida disamina da parte di Eli Rabett), ma tant'è.
❝Berkeley Earth has just released analysis of land-surface temperature records going back 250 years, about 100 years further than previous studies. The analysis shows that the rise in average world land temperature globe is approximately 1.5 degrees C in the past 250 years, and about 0.9 degrees in the past 50 years.
Berkeley Earth also has carefully studied issues raised by skeptics, such as possible biases from urban heating, data selection, poor station quality, and data adjustment. We have demonstrated that these do not unduly bias the results.
Many of the changes in land-surface temperature can be explained by a combination of volcanoes and a proxy for human greenhouse gas emissions. Solar variation does not seem to impact the temperature trend.
After accounting for volcanic and human effects, the residual variability in land-surface temperature is observed to closely mirror (and for slower changes slightly lead) variations in the Gulf Stream.