Friday, December 16, 2011

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From: Phil Jones <p.jones@uea.ac.uk>
To: Anders Moberg <anders@misu.su.se>
Subject: Re: Reminder
Date: Thu Jun 23 09:52:58 2005
Cc: Isabelle Gouirand <isabelle.gouirand@natgeo.su.se>

Anders,
Sending again. Your server rejected this because of the extensions
so changed them. Hoep you get them.
Phil
Anders,
Thanks for the files. I was aware that the EGU was starting a new paleo journal.
I don't think there have been any issues yet.
I thought Keith had put those two series on our web site, but I can't find them
either. However, I found them ages and put them with some of the other long
tree-ring series. So here they are with others.
The ones you want should be in columns 1 and 2. The file starts in 1628BC, so
it takes a while to get to them. They start in AD 500. I vaguely recall chopping off the
402-499 and 441-499 years because of sample size. Keith has more trw series now,
so they could be improved. Keith should have a reconstruction from the Grudd et al. (2002)
paper in The Holocene, but they must be on his machine.
I hope the papers for the two Fennoscandian series tell you what the base period
is. Given the publication dates I would suspect it is 1951-80.
There are newer series for Jasper and Tasmania and I wouldn't bother doing anything
with the two South American series.
Have a good summer break. Ruth and I have sat out every night this week so far.
We watched birds the last two days denuding the cherry tree of cherries.
Cheers
Phil
At 07:52 23/06/2005, you wrote:

Phil,
Here are the data we used in our Nature paper, minus Indigirka and Lauritzen. All series
are interpolated to annual resolution. Brief info in file headers. The details are found
in the online supplementary info on nature.com
Lauritzen's email:
"S. E. Lauritzen" <stein.lauritzen@geo.uib.no>
The Finnish diatom series and all eastern tree ring series have been sent through
personal contacts. The rest comes from the web, apart from GRIP which comes from you.
Could you, in return, send me the data file for the Fennoscandian summer temperature
reconstruction from either Briffa et al (Nature 1990) or Briffa et al (Clim Dyn 1992) -
or both? I could not find any of these series on the CRU website.
I realize that Isabelle Gouirand will have to discuss these two papers. Starting from
there and try to point out something new as regards the work done by Isabelle. By the
way, do you know anything about this journal:
[1]http://www.copernicus.org/EGU/cp/cp.html ? I did not know it existed, before I was
told about it yesterday.
Tomorrow starts my summer holidays, which last over the coming four weeks
Cheers,
Anders
At 10:07 2005-06-17 +0100, you wrote:

Anders,
When I got back the bus was still here and the driver had disappeared.
Hope the train came and you got to Stansted OK.
No rush for the paleo data - just when you have a few minutes.
Hopefully these colour plots are OK. I think I was going to pay something
so forward any bills or tell Michelle to send to me.
Cheers
Phil
At 14:29 16/06/2005, you wrote:

Dear Michelle,
Thanks for your message. I expect your letter to arrive early next week, and I should be
able to answer quickly.
Best regards,
Anders
MTheakst@wiley.co.uk wrote:

Dear Anders
We have just posted you colour proofs of your paper - when you receive
these, please contact me to confirm whether we can proceed to publication.
We will be publishing your paper as part of Volume 25, Issue 9.
Best Wishes
Michelle
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Climatic Research Unit Telephone +44 (0) 1603 592090
School of Environmental Sciences Fax +44 (0) 1603 507784
University of East Anglia
Norwich Email p.jones@uea.ac.uk
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References

1. http://www.copernicus.org/EGU/cp/cp.html

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