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+ - Global warming: Where's the data?->

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jamie
jamie writes "In the aftermath of the CRU email hack, many people have come to believe that scientists are unfairly restricting access to the raw data relating to the global rise in temperature. To counteract this perception, the RealClimate folks have set up a page linking a wide variety of global warming data: 'sources of temperature and other climate data, codes to process it, model outputs, model codes, reconstructions, paleo-records, the codes involved in reconstructions etc.' For those who take an amateur interest in the subject, it might be worthwhile to go poke around and take a look."
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Global warming: Where's the data?

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