— no global warming at the South Pole for the past 37 years
‘For the whole of the satellite record, the South Polar region has had a negative trend. So much for a fingerprint of warming due to the enhanced greenhouse effect being greater warming at the Poles!‘ from Climate Depot.
The University of Alabama Huntsville satellite data (UAH v6.0 released in November 2015) shows no global warming at the South Pole for a 37 year period.
For the whole of the satellite record, the South Polar region has a negative trend.
The satellite record commenced in December 1978. Beginning at some time after 1978, the graphs below, for various regions of the world, show no positive trends in lower tropospheric temperatures. The black solid lines indicate best fit trend lines.
The whole globe: The rise in global temperatures has now been on pause for 18½ years.
Tropics: No trend at all.
Tropical Oceans: Not hiding in the oceans there.
Not at the North Pole either for nearly 14 years.