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Recently there has been significant progress in the retrieval of land surface temperature from satellite observations. Satellite retrievals of surface temperature offer several advantages, including broad spatial coverage, and such data are potentially of great value in assessing general circulation models of the atmosphere. Here, retrievals of the land surface temperature over the contiguous United States are compared with simulations from two climate models. It is found that these two modelsdoi:10.5194/gmd-2-123-2009 fatcat:4k4oc2qxijdspdh4qzyqj7xwsm