Kuwait Airport

October 14, 2010

(This article was first published on Steven Mosher's Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)


Kuwait International airport. Giss has it as nightlights =0, so do I. By looking at comparisons of nightlights with the station centered and a static google map with the station centered, there are mismatches between GISS and Me and between Nightlights and the  world. Subtle shift here and there. Annoying. Also, you can see how subtle shifts could turn a station from rural to urban.























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