Thursday, December 15, 2011


From: Eystein Jansen <>
Subject: Re: Urgent - pls respond FAST
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 11:57:13 +0100
Cc: Jonathan Overpeck <>, Jean-Claude Duplessy <>,,,,, Keith Briffa <>, Fortunat Joos <>

Thanks for putting together the chaper so well. I
think it is quite comprehensive now. I have made
a few changes in the enclosed document and also
added a comment( pops up if you mark the yellow
I tend to like the questions, and think it
highlights the relevance elements of the chapter.
The missing references I have suggested, we can
take care of in the final editorial process from
our side.
As for figures one figure showing the evidence
for Holocene warrmt and the abrupt character of
the 5-4ka cooling, perhaps with a low latitude
data set that shows another evolution would be
good to have, as you indicate, but we cannot
bombard the chapter with wiggly lines, so the
most characteristic exampes would be best.
If you need high lat.ocean data I can provide, or
perhaps NorthGrip O-18 is best?


At 11:13 +0100 11-01-05, Valerie Masson-Delmotte wrote:
>Valerie Masson-Delmotte wrote:
>>I tried the question style for the Holocene
>>section... Any feedback would be appreciated
>>together with missing references (Fortunat).
>>Jonathan Overpeck wrote:
>>>Hi all leads and seconds of our Chap 6.5
>>>Synthesis sections. Fortunat came up with a
>>>interesting way to highlight what's important
>>>and why in his section 6.5.3, and Eystein and
>>>I would like feedback from you - particularly
>>>the leads - on whether this approach would
>>>work for each of your subsections.
>>>He used a question and answer style. If people
>>>do not like this then the question at the
>>>beginning of the paragraphs can of course be
>>>easily dropped and replaced by a statement.
>>>BUT, what do you say about using this
>>>convention throughout 6.5??? Note that some
>>>sections might have much more text per unit
>>>Please respond asap. Thanks, Peck and Eystein
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