Historic temperature data in New York/Greenwich on small and large time scales

Hey, I'm interested in temperature recordings for the last 10 years but also for an estimate in the last billion years, this for hobby and fun. There are a lot of public sources but problem is many sites are torn down and others are created, so I feel very in the wild, it's like finding a tree in a forest.
Which site, which credentials exist at : 2019/02/20 :)
Thanks for any direction.
 

davenn

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last billion years,
Dana L. Royer did an estimation of the radiative forcing during the Phanerozoic in "CO2-forced climate thresholds during the Phanerozoic". Besides this I don't know something going even before this.
 
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Hey, I'm interested in temperature recordings for the last 10 years but also for an estimate in the last billion years, this for hobby and fun. There are a lot of public sources but problem is many sites are torn down and others are created, so I feel very in the wild, it's like finding a tree in a forest.
Which site, which credentials exist at : 2019/02/20 :)
Thanks for any direction.
I cannot speak to the billion years, but the last decade of New York, is covered fairly well by
NOAA's climate at a glance.
https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/city/time-series
 

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For the long-term temperature record, this Wikipedia page is a good place to start. It has estimates on several different time scales, although it only goes back a half billion years.
 

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Hey, I'm interested in temperature recordings for the last 10 years but also for an estimate in the last billion years, this for hobby and fun. There are a lot of public sources but problem is many sites are torn down and others are created, so I feel very in the wild, it's like finding a tree in a forest.
Which site, which credentials exist at : 2019/02/20 :)
Thanks for any direction.

https://web.archive.org/web/20120224034604/http://www.up.ethz.ch/education/biogeochem_cycles/reading_list/sigman_nat_00.pdf

CO2 levels too if you are interested in the correlation
 

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