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From: Jonathan Overpeck <jto@u.arizona.edu>
To: "Wahl, Eugene R" <wahle@alfred.edu>
Subject: Re: FW: Wahl and Ammann ms 3321
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 10:48:09 -0700
Cc: Eystein Jansen <eystein.jansen@geo.uib.no>, Keith Briffa <k.briffa@uea.ac.uk>

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thanks Gene - let us know if you can get it in press. I think that's
what he's saying. Best, peck

>Hi Peck and Caspar:
>
>Here is Steve Schneider's response to what "in press" means for Climatic
>Change. It is hopeful.
>
>OK Caspar, here we go! Let's do it.
>
>Peace, Gene
>
>
>*******************************
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Stephen H Schneider [mailto:shs@stanford.edu]
>Sent: Saturday, February 11, 2006 1:56 AM
>To: Wahl, Eugene R
>Cc: katarina kivel
>Subject: RE: Wahl and Ammann ms 3321
>
>your interpretation is fine--get me the revision soon so I have time to
>assess your responses in light of reviews in time! Look forward to
>recievieng it, Steve
>
>
>**********************************
>
>On Sat, 11 Feb 2006, Wahl, Eugene R wrote:
>
>> Hello Steve:
>>
>> Caspar and I expect to have the final manuscript to you in 7-10 days
>with all the revisions you requested in December. I have recently had
>some correspondance with Jonathan Overpeck about this, in his IPCC role.
>He says that the paper needs to be in press by the end of February to be
>acceptable to be cited in the SOD.
>>
>> He and I have communicated re: what "in press" means for Climatic
>Change, and I agreed to contact you to have a clear definition. What I
>have understood from our conversations before is that if you receive the
>mss and move it from "provisionally accepted" status to "accepted", then
>this can be considered in press, in light of CC being a journal of
>record.
>>
>> However, I recognize that this may not be a correct interpretation.
>If you can clarify, I'd be very grateful. Also, if I do have these
>definitions interpreted correctly--and if Caspar and I meet the target
>set above (paper to you by Feb 17-20)--is there any chance it might be
>fully "accepted" by the end of the month? I realize this is very close,
>for which I accept all responsibility. And of course, I also fully
>recognize that this kind of timeline is very likely out of the realm of
>possibility for you. I mean no pressure in asking, I only want to get
>info to then bring back to Peck.
>>
>> I hope this finds you well, and look forward to your response.
>>
>>
>> Peace, Gene
>> Dr. Eugene R. Wahl
>> Asst. Professor of Environmental Studies
>> Alfred University
>>
>> 607-871-2604
>> 1 Saxon Drive
>> Alfred, NY 14802
>>
>>
>
>------
>Stephen H. Schneider
>Melvin and Joan Lane Professor for Interdisciplinary
> Environmental Studies;
>Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;
>Co-Director, Center for Environmental Science and Policy at
>the Stanford Institute for International Studies
>
>Mailing Address:
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>
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> (or: climatechange.net)
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