To: Keith Briffa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: questions
Date: Tue, 05 Mar 2002 23:26:18 -0500
I cut Hammer ref
I just thanked "ll those who provided data"
I was looking at Graybill & Shiyatov Fig 20.6, but you are right that the
warmest period was after 1160....though some argue the MWP extends into the
14th century....certainly it shows a cold 11th century. So I'lll cut that
reference, as requested...
I leave it to you to contact Dave Fisher as I don't know what he sent
you...so get back to me asap
>for the melt record (l) use .
>2. "Intercomparison of....techniques", Fisher and others.1996. Nato
>ASI Vol 141, "Climate variations and forcingmechanisms of the last
>2000 yrs", Springer Verlag etc. pp 297-328.
>Can not track down yet where the low re one came from (can you ask Dave
>Other points are ok
>Did you track down the Hammer ref (some European conference) ?
>Do you need list of acknowledgements yet? Should include
>Mike Salmon for drawing the figure
>and Fisher, Black, Luterbacher, presumably Johnsson ,Bianchi,Kegwin,
>van Engelen,Keith Barber and Darrel.Maddy, for the data I used.
>I am really pushed , sorry about brief reponse- honest.
>At 10:46 PM 3/4/02 -0500, you wrote:
>>yes--they do show a MWp in shiyatov and graybill 1992--but i added briffa
>>i still need a response to my last email
>>Raymond S. Bradley
>>Distinguished Professor and Head of Department
>>Department of Geosciences
>>University of Massachusetts
>>Amherst, MA 01003-5820
>>Climate System Research Center: 413-545-0659
>>Climate System Research Center Web Page:
>>Paleoclimatology Book Web Site (1999):
>Professor Keith Briffa,
>Climatic Research Unit
>University of East Anglia
>Norwich, NR4 7TJ, U.K.
Raymond S. Bradley
Distinguished Professor and Head of Department
Department of Geosciences
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003-5820
Climate System Research Center: 413-545-0659
Climate System Research Center Web Page:
Paleoclimatology Book Web Site (1999):