To: Jonathan Overpeck <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: urgent IPCC need
Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 21:28:16 -0400
Cc: joos <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Eystein Jansen <email@example.com>, Bette Otto-Bleisner <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Keith Briffa <email@example.com>
I haven't looked at these in great detail, but I
have a problem with Martin making suggestions
about the TSU Exec Summary for chap 6. Weren't
these decided by consensus among the Chap 6
authors? Why does Martin have any say about this?
Clarification is one thing, but some of these
suggestions seem to be 'leading'. I think we
should be very cautious about changing anything
substantive here at the last moment. [This is the
expurgated version of what I really thing.]
At 4:55 PM -0600 8/31/06, Jonathan Overpeck wrote:
>Hi all - We need to submit our latest chap 6
>Exec Summary to TSU tomorrow if we can. We can
>still make changes, but I wanted to update with
>Martin's suggestions taken into account. See the
>attached and please comment regarding my strike
>throughs and additions (yellow highlight).
>Martin's comments are in yellowish text, and my
>questions to you (especially FORTUNAT) are
>higlighted in PURPLE.
>Please send by tomorrow aft if you can.
>Not that I've sent to those I think are on-line
>right now. Will send to the whole team later
>with more edited text.
>Jonathan T. Overpeck
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