This is a brief index page to various resources about climate data and reports obtained from N.O.A.A.:

 

  1. An NOAA report about global climate analysis (2.5M bytes): http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/GlobalWeather.pdf 

 

  1. There are three data files reporting the anomalies of the mean, max, and min temperature (worldwide) from 1880 to 2000. To access the information in these data files, you need to run a program.  To find out more details before proceeding to 3, 4, and 5, please first read: http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/README_GRIDDED_TEMP.txt

 

 

  1.  To access the three data files, the executable version of the program running on Linux REDHAT 6.1 or above can be downloaded from here (right click on the mouse, and choose the option “save target as” if using Internet Explorer): http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/read_gridded.exe

 

  1. To download the data file containing the anomalies of the mean temperature, click here (you will need the program mentioned in item 3 above) to read the data (19M bytes) : http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/grid_1880_2000.dat

 

 

  1. To download the data file containing the anomalies of the min temperature, click here (you will need the program mentioned in item 3 above) to read the data (19M bytes): http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/min_grid_1880_2000.dat

 

  1. To download the data file containing the anomalies of the max temperature, click here (you will need the program mentioned in item 3 above) to read the data (19M bytes): http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/max_grid_1880_2000.dat

 

 

  1. Instead of the temperature data reporting the anomalies, there is datasets for the raw temperature data. To find out the details, please first read this: http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/readme_temperature.txt

 

  1. Mean temperature data as mentioned in item 7 above can be downloaded here. But it is very BIG (44M bytes). Click here to download: http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/v2_mean.dat

 

 

  1. Min temperature data as mentioned in item 7 above can be downloaded here. But it is very BIG (21M bytes). Click here to download: http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/v2_min.dat

 

 

  1. Max temperature data as mentioned in item 7 above can be downloaded here. But it is very BIG (21M bytes). Click here to download: http://bonnet2.geol.qc.edu/weather/v2_max.dat