Wednesday, March 28, 2012


date: Fri Aug 13 09:30:29 2004
from: Phil Jones <>
subject: Re: Fwd: PDF for AGU paper 2004GL020229 - READ THIS FIRST, FORGET
to: "raymond s. bradley" <>

Also was the AWS nicked on the mountain or in transit ?
Meant to add that you need to hassle Tom Karl and Howard Diamond. The US funds
most of GCOS.
I'll forward this to a few GCOS types. I'm of to Geneva on Sunday to discuss the GCOS
Implementation Plan for 3 days. I'll raise this as appropriate.
By the way, the HC and the Met Office are now in Exeter - since Oct03. Nice building -
wish it wasn't so far away !
At 14:44 12/08/2004 -0400, you wrote:

Hi Phil:
The attached is in press at GRL, more or less as shown here. I hope this will prod the
powers that be to include more high elevation stations...(& to fund me to set some
up!). We just put one on Quelccaya (2nd time--the first time it was stolen!..but we got
it all back).
PS I had seen Janice's paper & wrote to her saying how much I liked it....corals have a
long way to go yet, I think. Next on the chopping block will be speleothems!
Raymond S. Bradley
Director, Climate System Research Center*
Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts
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