Posted 28 September 2012

This paper given by Dr David R B Stockwell, of Central Queensland University to the recent Australian Environment Foundation Conference in Sydney,  proves a logical circularity undermines the validity of a commonly used method of homogenizing surface temperature networks. High rates of type I error due to circularity may explain the exaggeration of surface warming found in official temperature networks. This topic is of interest in view of the recent High Court action by the New Zealand Climate Science Education Trust seeking to invalidate NIWA's temperature record in New Zealand

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