Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends

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By Kirye
and Pierre Gosselin

A few days ago we looked at the Antarctic peninsula stations and saw that over the past 2 decades 13 of 13 of these stations showed cooling trends.

Today we look at 12 stations located at the eastern side of Antarctica, where temperatures are colder:

Below the stations’ data from NASA are plotted going back 2 decades, to 1998:

As the data reveals, 7 of 12 stations have a cooling or no warming trend at all.

Once again NASA’s own data show there’s nothing to be alarmed about in Antarctica.

My hometown has been cooling in January

In Tokyo, where I live, the mean temperature for January, 2020, has just been released by the JMA: 7.1°C. Tokyo has seen a cooling trend from 1985 to 2020 for January.

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4 responses to “Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends”

  1. Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends: Antarctica is NOT MELTING It Is All A Lie | Finding Trout In Your Milk?

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  2. Zoe Phin

    We have 40 years of Antarctica satellite data.

    The mystery was solved:
    https://phzoe.wordpress.com/2020/01/30/north-and-south-hemisphere/

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