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Instead, the early record is deleted, and the post-1910 data homogenised.

Amberley is near Brisbane which also shows a cooling raw trend, though other neighbours like Cape Moreton Lighthouse, Bundaberg, Gayndah, Miles, and Yamba Pilot Station have an average warming trend.There is both a feature and a news piece today in Both Jennifer Marohasy and Graham Lloyd are both doing great work here: The Australian THE Bureau of Meteorology has been accused of manipulating historic temperature records to fit a predetermined view of global warming.Researcher Jennifer Marohasy claims the adjusted records resemble “propaganda” rather than science.These other sites may themselves have had real warming, or an urban heat island effect, or other equipment changes or relocations. The BOM rarely portrays how complicated and messy it is, nor how much the final trends are affected by their complicated adjustment processes.The Australian In the case of Rutherglen its neighbours don’t show a warming trend, yet it was adjusted up: ‘In the case of Rutherglen, she says, the changes do not even appear consistent with a principle in the bureau’s own technical manual, which is that changes should be consistent with trends at neighbouring weather stations.(See Ken’s Kingdom) NASA’s Goddard Institute also adjusts the minima at Amberley up by homogenization with other stations.

But the radius of those stations is nearly 1,000 km.

This is a station at an airforce base that has no recorded move since 1941, nor had a change in instrumentation.

It is a well-maintained site near a perimeter fence, yet the homogenisation process produces a remarkable transformation of the original records, and rather begs the question of how accurately we know Australian trends at all when the thermometers are seemingly so bad at recording the temperature of an area.

(She is a biologist and a sceptic of the thesis that human activity is bringing about global warming.) Bo M challenged the findings of the Marohasy-Abbot paper, but the international journal rejected the Bo M rebuttal, which had been prepared by some of the bureau’s top scientists.

This has led to an escalating dispute over the way in which ­Australia’s historical temperature records are “improved” through homogenisation, which is proving more difficult to resolve.

‘Historical data was homogenised to account for a wide range of non-climate related influences such as the type of instrument used, choice of calibration or enclosure and where it was located.