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USHCN V2 Deletions and Additions

Menne et al (J Clim 2009) reported that there were 62 station deletions and 59 station additions from the most recent roster (which itself had been modified from the original USHCN in the mid-1980s. Menne et al: Since the 1996 release (Easterling et al. 1996), numerous station closures and relocations again necessitated a revision of […]

What a great USHCN station looks like: Tucumcari

I’ve spent a lot of time on this blog showing how badly maintained and situated the stations in the USHCN network are. And rightly so, the majority of them have issues. But, finding the good ones is actually more important, because they are the ones that hold the true unpolluted temperature signal. Unfortunately, the “good […]

A Second Look at USHCN Classification

Yesterday, I posted up a first look at differences between station histories classified as CRN=1 (good) versus CRN=5 (bad) – a simple comparison of averages, noting that other factors may well enter into the comparison. A couple of other points that I’ve made consistently as we look at these results which I’d like people to […]

First Look at the USHCN Quality Classification

Anthony Watts has posted up a quality assessment of the USHCN stations here. John V presented some graphics in the comments thread here and below is my first pass – this comment is not intended to exhaust all possible cross-cuts of the data is merely the first thing that I looked at. I compared the […]

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