Wednesday, July 09, 2008

June Temperature Anomaly

NASA GISS says the June global temperature anomaly was 0.26°C, which is relatively low. (The average monthly anomaly over the last 10 years is 0.49°C, with a standard deviation of 0.14°C.)

Here's a graph:

The blue line is the 5-year moving average.


: JustaDog said...

Considering the accepted age of the Earth by scientists is around 4.5 billion years old I'd hardly call 5 years much of a trend.

Dano said...

Considering the recent atmospheric composition is in no way related to the atmosphere of even 50 MYA, no one knows what your point might be.