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date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 16:18:11 +0100
from: Phil Jones <>
subject: Fwd: European TT draft

Keith, Tim
These may be of interest.

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Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 08:21:39 -0400
To: Phil Jones <>
From: "Michael E. Mann" <>
Subject: Fwd: European TT draft
Have you seen this draft from Juerg? I gave him a few minor comments. Mentioned your
recent paper w/ Tim and Keith on seasonal cycle changes. Looks like its formatted for
Nature (?).
We should probably try to reference in the ROG paper. Thoughts?
The conclusion of anomalous late 20th century European winter temperatures seems
important, and I'm not sure this has been established confidently in past work, so seems
like novel conclusion. Of course, the paper is not yet submitted, so we would have to
reference it as "submitted"...

Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2003 22:31:11 +0200
From: Juerg Luterbacher <>
Subject: European TT draft
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Hello Mike
I hope you are very well!
Here, summer seems to come to an end soon, maybe the hottest ever,
dry and so sunny, great!
Finally, I have just finished a first draft on the 500 year European
temperature variability. We already talked about it a bit.
I would like to ask you whether you could read it through once and give me your
opinion, your comments, corrections, etc? It would be great if you could tell
me what you think about it and what to change, add, etc.
I have attached the text as a Winword document and the three figures
as .pdf.
We will now leave for our honey moon to Norway (connected with the
workshop in Bergen) and will come back the 9th of September. Would it be
possible for you to read it over until then? This would really be great!
Please, could you keep it confident, thanks.
Now, I wish you a good time, thanks very much in advance and many greetings
from Bern
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