EcoWho
Your guide to being Eco Friendly & Sustainable

StumbleUpon.com  Share
From: Phil Jones <???@uea.ac.uk>
To: Sandy Tudhope <???@ed.ac.uk>
Subject: Latest draft of WP1
Date: Thu Nov 12 10:18:54 2009
Cc: "Wolff, Eric W" <???@bas.ac.uk>, Rob Wilson <???@st-andrews.ac.uk>, "Bass, Catherine" <???@exeter.ac.uk>, "Turney, Christian" <???@exeter.ac.uk>, Rob Allan <???@metoffice.gov.uk>, Keith Briffa <???@uea.ac.uk>, "???@uea.ac.uk" <???@uea.ac.uk>

    Dear All (especially Chris/Catherine),
        Here's the latest draft of WP1. All in the group have now commented and amended this.
    You should have the 3 supporting letters from Tree partners. Eric was contacting Eric
Steig and Sandy (see below) is contacting 3 coral people.
     There is an issue about a Map. Rob W put one in his PhD page. This shows the corals. If
we were to add the tree-ring sites we would mainly get a splodge of points in South America
and NZ. Ice cores would just be over the AP and in the low-lat Andes. Issue is one of
space. We already have 3pp fo this WP. Refs will reduce to about 0.5pp once we go to et al
for 3 or more authors. A map would be useful for presentation to NERC, but is it essential
for the submission?
     I'm away from tomorrow lunchtime for the weekend. Back in on Monday. Hope we'll be
looking through more complete drafts next week!
    Cheers
    Phil
At 19:02 11/11/2009, Sandy Tudhope wrote:

     Dear Phil et al,
     Good to speak to you earlier Phil and Rob W..
     Please find attached a slightly modified version for WP1 ... I've just changed the coral
     section a bit. Briefly, I've identified the new coral coring sites (rather than get
     bogged down trying to describe how we will use analysis of model output to prioritise),
     plus I've added back in some references and details that I think help, but don't add too
     much length.
     I've written to Janice Lough, Julie Cole and Kim Cobb re being Project Partners (I
     actually spoke to Kim and she is keen).
     FIGURE: I still think it might be useful to have a map in the main proposal ...
     basically like the one Rob has in the PhD proposal ... we can simply have boxes around
     the tree ring and ice core regions. This map needn't be any larger than Rob already
     has it ... but it does help illustrate where we will get/have data. What do you all
     think?
     Cheers,
     Sandy

Prof. Phil Jones
Climatic Research Unit        Telephone +44 ???
School of Environmental Sciences    Fax +44 ???
University of East Anglia
Norwich                         Email    ???@uea.ac.uk
NR4 7TJ
UK
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Search Text:
   Skip CC lines   Match case   Match only whole words
   Hint: if you want to avoid matching email addresses, put in a space.

If you found this helpful please Like it, Share it or +1 it (or do all three!). BTW: Easily follow numerous AGW blogs on our Blogs Page
List of files