International Temperature Data panel: status update by Andrew Montford

A number of parties have inquired about the status of the work of the International Temperature Data Review set up by the Global Warming Policy Foundation.

Panel chairman Professor Terence Kealey said:

"The panel has decided that its primary output should be in the form of peer-reviewed papers rather than a non-peer reviewed report. Work is ongoing on a number of subprojects, each of which the panel hopes will result in a peer reviewed paper.
One of our projects is an analysis of a subset of the submissions made to the panel by members of the public which have a common theme of the impact of adjustments on individual station histories. The stations histories provided by the public are from many different geographical regions and from several different adjusted data sets."

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ITDR progress report by Andrew Montford

A number of parties have inquired about the status of the International Temperature Data Review. Progress has been steady and the team is holding regular internal videoconferences as well as discussions with third parties. The team has decided that its principal output will be peer-reviewed papers rather than a report.

Further announcements will follow in due course.