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December 9, 2012

Canada Nov 2012 15 Year Trend by 5×5 Grid Square

Filed under: Canada,Environment Canada Data — sunshinehours1 @ 2:15 PM
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This map is the 15 year temperature trend for Canada by 5×5 grid squares up to November 2012.

The data comes from Environment Canada Stations that are part of the “normals” and have 170 or more datapoints in the last 180 months (15 years).

The color of the square indicates warming or cooling.

The square size is Not proportional to the amount of warming or cooling.

map_L5_Grid_Square_Non_Proportional_2012_11

Here is the same map where the square size is proportional to warming cooling.

map_L5_Grid_Square_Proportional_2012_11

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  1. [...] Previously I have looked at the 15 year trend for Environment Canada data up to Nov 2012 using 1×1 grids here, and 5×5 grids here. [...]

    Pingback by Canada – Grid Square Choices – 5×5 = Warming and 1×1 = Cooling « sunshine hours — December 9, 2012 @ 2:23 PM | Reply


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