Following discussion about how widely accepted Rhoades, D. A. and Salinger, M. J., Adjustment of temperature and rainfall records for site changes, (1993) is, and thus informs temperature adjustments, I checked at the Wiley Online Library.
They record no citations. Here’s a screen shot:
So, when NIWA assured the Parliament in about 2010 that our national temperature record was produced using accepted science, it deceived us, because in fact
nobody accepts very few accept it. Quite apart from the fact that they don’t even use the method prescribed in RS93, anyway—they distort it. Though they call it an improvement.
This isn’t going away, Dr Mullan. Why don’t you publish?
UPDATE 12 Dec 2016
Thanks to Warwick, who pointed out the paper has 101 citations in the Wiley Online Library, but because of some glitch they’re not reported on the page I copy above. – RT