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Cloud Changes from Land Stations Worldwide 1971-2009

@inproceedings{Eastman2012CloudCF,
  title={Cloud Changes from Land Stations Worldwide 1971-2009},
  author={Ryan Eastman and Stephen G Warren},
  year={2012}
}
An archive of land-based, surface-observed cloud reports has been updated and now spans 39 years from 1971 through 2009. Cloud-type information at weather stations is available in individual reports or in long-term, seasonal, and monthly averages. A shift to a new data source and the automation of cloud reporting in some countries has reduced the number of available stations; however this dataset still represents most of the global land area. Global average trends of cloud cover suggest a small… CONTINUE READING

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