Non-partisan, independent presentation of climate data. No political ideology, agenda, or financial incentive. Just the data and the trends from published peer-reviewed research, no matter what it shows. We don't cherry pick. Site owner is a Ph.D. geologist who attempts to present the data in as simple a format as possible, so everyone can understand. Choose a subject from the list, or just scroll down. Data is presented in at-a-glance format with minimal analysis. Climate change is much more than just temperatures.

We don't post often, as there is no need to repost the same data over and over. But we do post data from scientists who have boots on the ground and are doing the dirty fieldwork to collect data.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Changes in alpine glaciers

Changes in ice mass of alpine glaciers around the world since 1950:




Monday, February 19, 2018

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Changes in permafrost temperatures in multiple locations

Changes in 20m depth permafrost temperatures from multiple locations in the Arctic over a 40+ year period, showing permafrost thaw:


Source: NOAA

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Cherry blossom times, Kyoto, Japan, 800 A.D. to present day

Cherry blossom times each year, Kyoto, Japan, 800 A.D. to present day. From Osaka Prefecture University:


Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Permafrost warming on Svalbard, Norway

A record from 3 boreholes on Svalbard, Norway, showing permafrost temperatures versus depth from 1999-2016. From the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. Sorry for the poor quality image....


Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Antarctic Ice Volume since 1994

From Scripps Institution of Oceanography, detailed analysis showing ice gain and ice loss in Antarctica since 1994 using measurements from scientists who have conducted field work in the area for the past few decades:


Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Ocean Acidity and pH levels

Ocean acidity and pH levels from 1983 to 2015 from stations around the world. As acidity increases, pH decreases (Chem 101):


Friday, November 25, 2016

Arctic Sea Ice Extent 2002-2016

Arctic sea ice extent from 2002 to 2016. This is the overall area covered by ice annually. From JAXA:


Thursday, December 17, 2015

Global Average Temperatures 1880-2015

Global average temperatures, departure from average. 1880-2015. Source: NOAA.


Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Sea Ice Extent since 1978

Thinning Antarctic ice sheets have contributed considerable fresh water to the ocean surrounding the continent, especially as basal fresh water releases. This cold fresh water has counterbalanced otherwise warming waters and caused Antarctic sea ice extent to increase since 1979. Note that this is sea ice extent, not volume, and not land glaciers. Data from NSIDC:



Atmospheric Methane Concentrations

2000 year record of atmospheric methane:


Thursday, July 11, 2013

Ocean heat content at different depths since the 1950s

Ocean heat content at varying depths since the 1950s. Note the pronounced warming since the late 1990s:

From Balmaseda, et al., 2013, Geophysical Research Letters.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Thursday, March 7, 2013

11,300 global average temperatures

An 11,300 year global average temperature reconstruction using proxies from 73 worldwide sites, from Marcott et al., Science, 2013:

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Sun's Energy Output since 1970s vs Global Surface Temperature

Is the sun's output driving increased temperatures? Here is a graph from the National Climatic Data Center comparing our sun's energy output since the 1970s with global average surface temperatures: