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1. MSU Ch 2/3 Daily Lower Troposphere Temps with Limb93 Correction V001 (MSULTT) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_MSULTT_V001]
Section 1. General Description Spencer and Christy (1990) demonstrated that accurate estimates of global ...


2. MSU Ch 3/4 Daily Upper Troposphere Temps with Limb93 Correction V001 (MSUUTT) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_MSUUTT_V001]
Section 1. General Description Spencer and Christy (1990) demonstrated that accurate estimates of global ...


3. MSU Ch 4 Daily Lower Stratosphere Temps with Limb93 Correction V001 (MSULST) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_MSULST_V001]
Section 1. General Description Spencer and Christy (1990) demonstrated that accurate estimates of global ...


4. Global Land-Ocean Temperature Anomaly [geodata_1934]
Our analysis concerns only temperature anomalies, not absolute temperatures. The temperature anomaly tells us how much warmer or colder than normal it is at a particular place and point in time, the ...


5. AMSU/MSU LowStrat Day/Month Temp Anomalies and Annual Cycle [msut4]
Global lower stratospheric temperatures are derived from a series of microwave sounding instruments flown on a series of satellites. Daily Zonal and Monthly Temperature Anomalies for the lower stratosphere ...


6. AMSU/MSU LowTropo Day/Month Temp Anomalies and Annual Cycle [msut2lt]
Global lower tropospheric temperatures are derived from a series of microwave sounding instruments flown on a series of satellites. Daily Zonal and Monthly Temperature Anomalies for the lower troposphere ...


7. AMSU/MSU MidTropo Day/Month Temp Anomalies and Annual Cycle [msut2]
Global mid tropospheric temperatures are derived from a series of microwave sounding instruments flown on a series of satellites. Daily Zonal and Monthly Temperature Anomalies for the middle troposphere ...


8. Surface Air Temperature Analyses (GISTEMP) Data [GISS_GISTEMP]
The NASA GISS Surface Temperature Analysis (GISTEMP) provides a measure of the changing global surface temperature with monthly resolution for the period since 1880, when a ...


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