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From: Jonathan Overpeck <jto@u.arizona.edu>
To: Keith Briffa <k.briffa@uea.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: pulling teeth and hair out
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 12:59:50 -0700
Cc: Eystein Jansen <eystein.jansen@geo.uib.no>

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Keith - figs look great for now, and hopefully the flurry of emails
just cc'd to you will take care of everything except Oerlemans. To
help here, I've dug up the Chap 4 pdfs. (going to the CLA would not
be quick, nor necessarily any better).

In the Ch04 figs file, go to Fig 4.5.4 on pg 4-72 for caption
material that seems pretty bland.

In the Ch04 Text file, go to first full para on p 4-22 for what chap
4 had on the Oerleman's work. I suspect this is the last time they
thought about it.

You can keep this really short and sweet - main thing is that it's
another independent data set that shows unprecedented recent warming.
A short para should do it.

Are you going to use a table to help with the figure captions?

On the weekend/evenings, I can be reached at home 1-970-728-0780, and
during the week on my cell 520-907-6480. I'm single parenting, so on
the weekends and evenings I might have to call back if 4 yr old Jack
is doing something less than enjoyable to 1 yr old Eli. Julie is in
Germany for IODP sampling. During the week, the boys are in school,
and Julie's Mom arrives in time for next weekend. After the boys go
to bed, I also work.

We're getting there - thanks!

best, peck


>Peck (tried to phone) -
>i please get Henry P to correct the text regarding the Section on
>Ground Surface temperatures. I am not going to mess with this and I
>can not get into which refs we need to include. Generally , I am
>happy to go with what we have for this section but the comments ,
>especially by Beltrami need to be at least considered. Thanks
>We have come to the best that we can re the Figures. The text of
>course now needs to expand , especially re the justification for the
>the new EMIC runs . How about you think on this and get the input
>from Fortunat and Stefan especially re what we need to say and ,
>whether the last panel on second Figure ought to be in another
>Figure with the specific forcings above as in the original second
>Figure? These Figures (and even the few new additions to the
>original model/data comparison) are opening cans of worms re having
>to explain/justify different results. Someone also promised (from
>the Cyrosphere chapter ) presumably the CLA to send the appropriate
>text to describe the Oerlemans Figure - but nothing has been sent .
>Can you check this out - or I will just write something naive.
>Remind Fortunat he is editing in relation to his section in my
>section!!!!!!!
>Keith
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>Keith
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>--
>Professor Keith Briffa,
>Climatic Research Unit
>University of East Anglia
>Norwich, NR4 7TJ, U.K.
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>Phone: +44-1603-593909
>Fax: +44-1603-507784
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