Thursday, March 15, 2012


cc: Brian Hoskins <>,, Susan Solomon <>, Matilde Rusticucci <>, Phil Jones <>, Peter Lemke <>, Nathan Bindoff <>, zhenlin chen <>, Melinda Marquis <>
date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 12:16:45 -0700
from: Kevin Trenberth <>
subject: Re: IPCC WG1 Observations ppt

Thanks Jurgen
I have inserted your slides with changes in the headers to make them
look more like the rest and an edit of the last figure to add
information on the source of the 3 curves. Let me know if you don't
like any of this?

I also added some potential slides on ice as place holders for Peter.

Jurgen the last slide was not intended for the main audience in Paris
but only as some fun for us in the LA mtg. I have hidden it for now.
I have also simplified several other slides and tried to accommodate
Brian's suggestions.

Jurgen Willebrand wrote:
> Dear Kevin,
> Kevin Trenberth wrote:
>> I also had some fun with the last slide, following Susan's suggestion
>> (that I am sure she did not intend me to follow up on). Make sure
>> you play that with slide show turned on.
> Regarding the fun in general (sinking polar bears, animations with
> changing slides etc), personally I'd prefer less of them for this
> audience since these take time and may also diffuse attention.
> > Jurgen, should I add your slides to this? Do you want to change them,
>> maybe to have a similar format, with a header that has the main
>> message?
> Yes, please do. I have attached a new version which has simplified one
> of the slides (taking out 2 panels, adding legend). With the format,
> please feel free to make this more uniform. The slides do have a
> header but of course I appreciate suggestions for more succint ones.
> Best regards, Jurgen

Kevin E. Trenberth e-mail:
Climate Analysis Section,
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Boulder, CO 80307 (303) 497 1333 (fax)

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