Climactic Research Unit – FOI leaked data
This is a zipped file containing the leaked CRU data.
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The emails are contained in a separate zipped file for ease of downloading.
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Some of the files will also appear below.
Communicating Climate Change
The climate change communications initiative is led by Defra in partnership with the Energy Saving Trust, the Carbon Trust, the Department of Trade and Industry, the Environment Agency, the UK Climate Impacts Programme and the Department for Transport.
Crown Copyright 2006
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The Climate Change Emails
The Climatic Research Unit email controversy (also known as “Climategate”) began in November 2009 with the hacking of a server at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia (UEA) by an external attacker. Several weeks before the Copenhagen Summit on climate change, an unknown individual or group breached CRU’s server and copied thousands of emails and computer files to various locations on the Internet.
These are the zipped up .txt versions.
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Simulations, observations and palaeoclimatic data:
climate variability over the last 500 years.
Proposal submission forms for financial support from the EC for shared-cost RTD actions: research and technological development projects, demonstration projects, and combined projects.
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D15: Report on the interpretation of palaeodata using climate simulations.
J. Guiot, A. Nicault, S. Brewer, and S. Alleaume, UDESAM.
Test of the Mediterranean drought fluctuation reconstruction (summer PDSI) based on treering data (Nicault et al., in prep)
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Testing the reconstruction of Luterbacher et al. (2004) in the surrogate climate of ECHO-G and HadCM3
M. Küttel, J. Luterbacher, E. Xoplaki, H. Wanner and E. Zorita.
Institute of Geography, University of Bern
GKSS Research Centre, Geesthacht
Pseudoproxies have become a common tool in climate science to test reconstructions of past climate in the surrogate climate of climate models. E.g. von Storch et al. (2004) tested the reconstruction of Mann et al. (1998) with the AOGCMs ECHO-G and HadCM3. Their study found a significant underestimation of the low frequency temperature variability in the reconstruction and proposed that this feature may be inherent to reconstruction methods.
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SOAP [Intro] Deliverable 15, Report on the interpretation of palaeodata using climate simulations.
– contributions from CRU, FUB, GKSS, University of Bern, and UDESAM
– compiled by J. M. Jones and E. Zorita and J. M. Jones, GKSS Research Centre.
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Representing Simulations by Reconstructions
Gerd Bürger, FU Berlin
During the SO&P project phase one was faced with a growing number of attempts to reconstruct millennial NH temperatures from various sources of proxy information.
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SOAP Part -B- Various Drafts
Simulations, Observations And Palaeoclimate data: verifying climate models over the last 500 years
SOAP part B Draft 02-10-01 Download Size: 628.5 kB | Downloaded: 85
SOAP part B Draft 05-10-01 Download Size: 629.5 kB | Downloaded: 88
SOAP part B Draft 08-10-01 Download Size: 638.3 kB | Downloaded: 79
SOAP part B Draft 09-10-01 Download Size: 639.5 kB | Downloaded: 88
SOAP part B Draft 10-10-01 Download Size: 661.9 kB | Downloaded: 88
SOAP part B Draft 11-10-01 Download Size: 664.4 kB | Downloaded: 80
SOAP part C Draft 02-10-01 Download Size: 554.5 kB | Downloaded: 81
SOAP part C Draft 03-10-01 Download Size: 551.4 kB | Downloaded: 87
SOAP part C Draft 04-10-01 Download Size: 603.7 kB | Downloaded: 79
SOAP part C Draft 05-10-01 Download Size: 567.5 kB | Downloaded: 81
SOAP part C Draft 09-10-01 Download Size: 570.6 kB | Downloaded: 88
SOAP part C Draft 10-10-01 Download Size: 570.0 kB | Downloaded: 84
SOAP part C Draft 11-10-01 Download Size: 572.3 kB | Downloaded: 79