To: Keith Briffa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Fwd: Re: the Arctic paper and IPCC
Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2005 11:15:53 -0700
Cc: Eystein Jansen <email@example.com>
Hi Keith - great (!) to hear from you - hope you had a good holiday.
Your reward (ha) is the attached paper and comment below from Konrad.
He can supply data if needed for a synthetic figure, but we can add
this later once the Science paper he mentions (w/ us a co-authors
among millions, I assume) gets vetted more. Your call.
I'm still not convinced about the AO recon, and am worried about the
late 20th century "coolness" in the proxy recon that's not in the
instrumental, but it's a nice piece of work in any case.
Now, for all the issues you raise on other stuff in your email, I'll
address to you and that crowd.
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>Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 10:53:56 -0500
>From: Konrad Hughen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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>To: Jonathan Overpeck <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: the Arctic paper and IPCC
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>Here's a pdf of a draft of Peter's methods paper. The figures will
>be what goes into the Science paper. I've sent the whole thing to
>help explain the figs, but let me know if you guys have questions.
>Also, I have a movie of reconstructed Arctic temp through time. Too
>big to attach but I'll try and get it to you somehow. Pretty cool.
>We're planning to include the movie and supplemental figs
>("robustness" tests, etc.) into the new website Matt's working on.
>Good to talk yesterday. I'll get a CV to you today.
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