Tag Archives: orland

Orland CA and the New Adjustments

In my last post, I observed that NOAA’s Talking Points applied their new “adjustments” to supposedly prove that NOAA’s negligent administration of the USHCN network did not “matter”. In order to illustrate the effect of the new methods in this post, I’ll compare the new adjustments (post-TOBS) to the old adjustments (post-TOBS) on a “good” […]

Marysville and Orland Revisited

There is some recent discussion of Marysville and Orland at Eli Rabett and Tamino. The gist of their arguments is that the failure of NOAA to implement their promised quality control doesn’t “matter” since the problems get adjusted out in the adjustment software so that trends at Orland end up being similar to trends at […]