Historical Temperatures

The Historical Temperatures record indicates vacillations of the temperature of the worldwide land surface and seas. This information is gathered from a few thousand meteorological stations, Antarctic research stations and satellite recognitions of ocean-surface temperature. Presently, the longest-running temperature record is the Centermost England temperature information sequence, that begins in 1659. The longest-running semi-worldwide record begins in 1850.

Historical Temperatures

Historical Temperatures

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