Blue Hill Observatory Climate Research Publications, Presentations, and Reports

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Listed below are recent publications, informal reports and presentations describing climate research on various topics based on the Blue Hill climate record. Click on the title to access each document.

2015

“Description of the Temperature Observation and Averaging Methods Used at the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory”
(Informal Report)
(November, 2015)

“The History of Minimum Temperatures at the Arnold Arboretum: Variation in Time and Space”
(Arnoldia, Vol. 72, Issue 4)
(April, 2015)

“Blue Hill Observatory Sunshine – Assessment of Climate Signals in the Longest Continuous Meteorological Record in North America”
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Vol. 95, Issue 11)
(January, 2015)

2014

“Blue Hill Observatory Sunshine – Assessment of Climate Signals in the Longest Continuous Meteorological Record in North America”
(American Geophysical Union 2014 Fall Meeting, Poster)
(December, 2014)

“Long-Term Declining Trends in Historical Wind Measurements at the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory, 1885-2013”
(American Geophysical Union 2014 Fall Meeting, Poster)
(December, 2014)

“Watching the Weather for 129 Years: The History and Climate Record of the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory”
(Presentation)
(January, 2014)

2013

“Climatology of Tropical Cyclones in New England and Their Impact at the
Blue Hill Observatory, 1851-2012”

(Informal Report)
(September, 2013)

Supplement: List of Tropical Cyclones in New England and Their Impact at the
Blue Hill Observatory

(Informal Report)
(September, 2013)

“120 Years of Daily Sunshine Observations from the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory”
(American Meteorological Society 2013 Annual Meeting, Poster)
(January, 2013)

2010

“Investigation of the January Thaw in the Blue Hill Temperature Record”
(Informal Report)
(January, 2010)

2009

“Does Autumn Weather Correlate to Winter Conditions at the Blue Hill Observatory?”
(Informal Report)
(December, 2009)

“Blue Hill Observatory: 125 Years Watching the Weather”
(Presentation)
(November, 2009)

“Why is the Wind Speed Decreasing?”
(Informal Report)
(September, 2009)

 

Category: Climate Research

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