from: H�kan Grudd <hakan.gruddatXYZxyzgeo.su.se>
subject: Re: URGENT request for project support/collaboration
to: Keith Briffa <k.briffaatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
funny to receive a mail from you at this moment - I was sitting here deeply in thoughts
about the NH tree-ring network, and I was just wondering what your plans were for future
First, Yes I am certainly willing to support your project and will write a letter a.s.a.p.
It has to be next week, though.
Second, I would like to get involved in an Advance10k-type project again, but just the
northern regions! Hopefully I will have a salary next year (will get decisions in the next
couple of weeks) and I will then continue working on improving the Tornetr�sk record. I
would also like to be involved in updating and refining the Siberian records: Is such work
going on in Yamal-Urals-Taimyr? and what about the Indigirka data? This is not even
published properly as far as I know. Is Malcolm Hughes still working in this region? and
why is there no similar multi-millennial records in northern Alaska and Arctic Canada?
many questions, and I do not expect you to answer all this :) but I'd like to get together
and talk soon.
Keith Briffa skrev:
this is a request from us in the hope of getting your support and collaboration for a
project we are submitting to the UK NERC , concerned with the "divergence" issue. We
would be really pleased if you feel you could support this. It is aimed at providing Tom
with a salary for the next 30 months. Please see the attached letter for more details.
Keith. Tim and Tom
Very best wishes
Professor Keith Briffa,
Climatic Research Unit
University of East Anglia
Norwich, NR4 7TJ, U.K.
Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research
Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology
SE-106 91 Stockholm
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Phone: +46 (0)8 674 7591
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