Tag Archives: briffa_1992

New Light on Old Fudge

One of my first blog postings was on Briffa’s very first fudging (2011 update: the “Briffa bodge”) of a temperature reconstruction – his adjustment of the Tornetrask reconstruction – a reconstruction that is used in virtually every study. This was one of the first encounters with the Divergence Problem. Tornetrask MXD went down in the […]

More on Urals and Tornetrask

I’m finally trying to finalize my presentation on Jones et al [1998] for the US GCRP workshop in November, which is necessarily mostly about the Polar Urals and Tornetrask reconstructions. Bot MXD chronologies and RW chronologies are supposed to correlate to temperature. So an obvious quesiton is how do they correlate to eachother. I’ve plotted […]

Briffa’s Tornetrask Reconstruction

Briffa’s temperature reconstruction from Tornetrask (northern Sweden) tree rings is a staple of multiproxy studies, used in Bradley and Jones [1993], Hughes and Diaz [1994], Jones et al. [1998], MBH98, MBH99, Briffa and Crowley and Lowery [2000], Briffa et al. [2000], Bradley, Hughes and Diaz [2003], Mann and Jones [2003], Jones and Mann [2004]. Briffa […]

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