Global Temperature Anomalies, 1851 to 2013
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Data from the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit on global temperature anomalies for the past 160+ years. The term temperature anomaly means a departure from a reference value or long-term average. A positive anomaly indicates that the observed temperature was warmer than the reference value, while a negative anomaly indicates that the observed temperature was cooler than the reference value.

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Anomaly
Degrees Celsius
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Global Temperature Anomalies, 1851 to 2013

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Description

Data from the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit on global temperature anomalies for the past 160+ years. The term temperature anomaly means a departure from a reference value or long-term average. A positive anomaly indicates that the observed temperature was warmer than the reference value, while a negative anomaly indicates that the observed temperature was cooler than the reference value.


Fields
Name Units Type of Data
Timestamp
Timestamp
Anomaly
Degrees Celsius
Number
Direction
Text

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