This is a welcome new facility. Well put together web site.
Figures 1 and 2 are demonstrating both northern and southern hemisphere decay from a Dirac injection of a test signal. The consequent effect is very close to perfectly linear, proportionality between pressure and effect of pressure over more than an order of magnitude of data variation (hence linear law). This seems to destroy IPCC claim of a non-simple law. Deviation is <1%
In addition the effect is a simple low pass filter on all kinds of atmospheric carbon dioxide. A later article might cover this in detail.
Fig. 14 from paper 100 years ago by Anders Angstrom on LWIR emission. This shows families of curves grouped by two different lapse rates.
Note: This Daedal Earth blog article was rapidly produced to make the PDF available for citation elsewhere. Content may change later.
Sub-extract from Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 65, Number 3, published 1915. is A study of the Radiation of the Atmosphere
Physicist Dr Anders Angstrom was the son of physicist Dr Knut Anstrom (radiation instrument inventor) the son of physicist Dr Anders Angstrom after whom the wavelength unit the Angstrom is named. Confusion is understandable.
Overlay of south pole satellite measured Ozone and 1 hPa air pressure model. (note: 3 day difference of dates, data availability)
It’s spring in the southern hemisphere, sunlight is starting to buzz the atmosphere as the long night ends. Ozone is always low then.
Hemisphere area coverage of snow and ice for land and ocean. Early data has been excluded after discovering an anomaly with early daily sea ice data, excluded is early part which is every other day data.
This is an experimental first attempt at creating a hemisphere ice coverage dataset.
Why? I don’t like hidden information, want to see for myself and perhaps shed more light on whatever is going on.
As with sea ice data there is a distinct increase in the amplitude of the annual cycle in recent years. No attempt has been made to produce a more regular annual cycle exclusion.
Image from the cold March 2013.
If you are new to these videos expect a revealation, how air moves, clouds stream, bubble.
Clouds are sometimes on seveal levels moving in different directions: we are looking through circulation cells from above, warm air travelling to the Arctic to shed heat and cold air spilling back on it’s journey towards the equator.