- Berkeley Earth
- The Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature study sets out to do a new analysis of the surface temperature record in a rigorous manner that addresses criticism.Berkeley Earth uses over 39,000 unique stations, which is more than five times the 7,280 stations found in the Global Historical Climatology Network Monthly data set (GHCN-M) that has served as the focus of many climate studies.
Our aim is to resolve current criticism of the former temperature analyses, and to prepare an open record that will allow rapid response to further criticism or suggestions. Our results include not only our best estimate for the global temperature change, but estimates of the uncertainties in the record.
- Climate Central
- Climate Central scientists publish peer-reviewed research on climate science; energy; impacts such as sea level rise; climate attribution and more. Our work is not confined to scientific journals. We investigate and synthesize weather and climate data and science to equip local communities and media with the tools they need to visualize the threat of climate change and the need for practical solutions.
- International Society for Reef Studies
- promotes understanding and provides information about living and fossil coral reefs.
- Weather Publications from NOAA
- Climatological data by year, month, and day for Florida and other states; includes Melbourne temperatures, precipitation, storm data, etc. On-campus users only can click directly on publication titles to access full text. From the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admnistration's National Climatic Data Center (NCDC).