By Paul Homewood
Eliza suggested I looked at some of the temperature records for Bolivia, as it shares a border with Paraguay.
One station she suggested was Santa Cruz.
As with all of the Paraguayan stations, we find that a substantial, artificial warming trend has been introduced. What is also significant is that we see the same sharp drop in temperatures in the 1970’s, which we had in Paraguay, and which the GHCN algorithm assumed could not be right.
It is also worth noting the large gap in readings beginning in the 1990’s. It is questionable how reliable any comparisons now can be with the previous data. Nevertheless, GHCN assume that the last few years must be warmer than the actual data says.
We can also check out the other Bolivian stations.
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