Climate Change & Tropospheric Temperature Trends

Part II: A Critical Examination of Skeptic Claims

TIROS-ATN   -   Advanced Television Infrared Observation Satellite.

TOVS   -   TIROS Operational Vertical Sounder.

TT   -   Tett and Thorne.

UAH   -   University of Alabama, Huntsville, AB.

UCAR   -   University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. Boulder, CO.

UKMO   -   The U.K. Met. Office. Exeter and London, U.K.

VG   -   Vinnikov and Grody.


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