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Satellites – ‘not good enough to tell us global temperature’, but apparently good enough to tell us global climate sensitivity

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Satellites – “not good enough to tell us global temperature”, but apparently good enough to tell us global climate sensitivity

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/02/18/satellites-not-good-enough-to-tell-us-global-temperature-but-apparently-good-enough-to-tell-us-global-climate-sensitivity/

Remember that video produced a few weeks ago from the usual suspects that says satellite data is no good for climate data? Others in science don’t seem to think so. Mapping the world for climate sensitivity By using information gathered by satellites, a group of biologists have developed a new method for measuring ecosystem sensitivity […]

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