To: Caspar Ammann <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: request for your emails
Date: Fri May 30 12:58:34 2008
Cc: "keith Briffa" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Hi again Caspar,
I don't think it is necessary for you to dig through any emails you may have sent us to
determine your answer.
Our question is a more general one, which is whether you generally consider emails that you
sent us to have been sent in confidence. If you do, then we will use this as a reason to
decline the request.
At 00:36 28/05/2008, Caspar Ammann wrote:
Oh MAN! will this crap ever end??
Well, I will have to properly answer in a couple days when I get a chance digging
through emails. I don't recall from the top of my head any specifics about IPCC.
I'm also sorry that you guys have to go through this BS. You all did an outstanding job
and the IPCC report certainly reflects that science and literature in an accurate and
On May 27, 2008, at 5:03 PM, Tim Osborn wrote:
I hope everything's fine with you.
Our university has received a request, under the UK Freedom of Information
law, from someone called David Holland for emails or other documents that
you may have sent to us that discuss any matters related to the IPCC
We are not sure what our university's response will be, nor have we even
checked whether you sent us emails that relate to the IPCC assessment or
that we retained any that you may have sent.
However, it would be useful to know your opinion on this matter. In
particular, we would like to know whether you consider any emails that you
sent to us as confidential.
Sorry to bother you with this,
Tim (cc Keith & Phil)
Caspar M. Ammann
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Climate and Global Dynamics Division - Paleoclimatology
1850 Table Mesa Drive
Boulder, CO 80307-3000
email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 303-497-1705 fax: 303-497-1348