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intercalibration

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  • Its variation over the past two solar cycles is known, with greater accuracy, to be ~0.08% ~1.1 Wm-2 but difficulties encountered in the intercalibration of the instruments mean that the existence of any underlying trend in TSI over the past two solar cycles is uncertain.

    Solar Proxies « Climate Audit

  • There still are a lot of questions left, like the difference of ~5 W/m2 between ERBS 1999 and CERES satellites which operate since 2000, with a gap of one year, which prevents intercalibration.

    Water Vapor and Cloud Feedbacks « Climate Audit

  • In response to #36 For some reason, you place great stock in the satellite data which is based on several different satellites, and one of the main problems has been intercalibration and "splicing" of the data from the different satellites while being far less certain about the reliability of surface data.

    New WSJ Article « Climate Audit

  • For some reason, you place great stock in the satellite data which is based on several different satellites, and one of the main problems has been intercalibration and "splicing" of the data from the different satellites while being far less certain about the reliability of surface data.

    New WSJ Article « Climate Audit

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