Land temperatures have risen 1 degree since 1955

NASA GISS, NOAA and the UK Met Office’s Hadley Centre have all previously carried out independent studies, which reached the conclusion world average land temperatures have risen by (close to) 1 degree Celsius over the second half of the 20th century. Now a new study, this time conducted by a team of University of California Berkeley researchers, has investigated 1.6 billion meteorological records. The data come from 5 times as many stations as in the previous studies. Again, however, researchers find exactly the same quantitative results for global temperature rise.

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