Picking Cherries in Sweden

Many thanks to : “tty” in a comment under the thermometers posting for pointing me to the following graph:

Uppsala Sweden 1722 to 2005

Uppsala Sweden 1722 to 2005

Saved PDF copy

full size graph

Per tty:

“That is the temperature record for Uppsala, Sweden 1722-2005, one of the longest and best temperature series in the world, courtesy of SMHI, the Swedish Weather Service (which is rather pro AGW). ”

So what do we see when we look at this graph? A really big dip with the bottom at right about 1880. I think we now know why GIStemp picked 1880 as the date for cutoff for old records. There is also a nice little local droop over the 1950 to 1980 “baseline” visible in the graph.

We wouldn’t want that very warm 1720-30 period or even those average late 1700’s messing up our nice little trend out of the dead bottom of the last minima of the Little Ice Age…

About E.M.Smith

A technical managerial sort interested in things from Stonehenge to computer science. My present "hot buttons' are the mythology of Climate Change and ancient metrology; but things change...
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6 Responses to Picking Cherries in Sweden

  1. Roger Sowell says:

    Thanks for posting this. This graph should get world-wide exposure. I will definitely use this data in my presentations click

    Btw, does anyone know if other long-term temperature data-sets exist?

  2. j.braggins says:

    Hi EM,
    Your ‘there is no shortage of energy’ blew me away, thank you. Having followed the AGW argument for years I came across the Armagh series a few years back, saved the PDF but can’t trace the link, short title search below will get you there.

    FROM 1796 TO 2002

    There is also a ‘Central England Series’ that covers a similar period. I will be a regular viewer from now on, and will refer folks who mention ‘Peak Oil’ here!

  3. evanmjones says:

    Peak Oil: Peek and ye shall find.

  4. Fluffy Clouds (Tim L) says:

    there is a sign wave there, wish i could amplify it!
    is it an amo? nao? effect?

  5. E.M.Smith says:

    It’s not clear where the “waves” come from (at least, not to me, yet). They seem to correlate with planetary influences on solar angular momentum, but that could be a statistical artifact or it could be a mutual correlation with some other causality.

    That is looked at here:


    That it’s not people doing it is fairly clear…

  6. wasim raja says:

    i m interested in plucking cherries in sweden if you do have some information kindly send me through my mail address. as i m student and just free during this summer season so i want to do some work. kindly help me in this case.

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