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cc: Alex Wright <alex.wrightatXYZxyzw.vu.nl>, Orson van de Plassche <orson.van.de.plasscheatXYZxyzw.vu.nl>, simon.tett@metoffice.gov.uk, jason.lowe@metoffice.gov.uk, j.m.gregory@reading.ac.uk, k.briffaatXYZxyz.ac.uk
date: Thu, 03 Aug 2006 10:41:08 +0100
from: simon.tettatXYZxyzoffice.gov.uk
subject: Re: soap sea level report
to: Tim Osborn <t.osbornatXYZxyz.ac.uk>

Hi Tim et al,
this seems good to me. Not sure why I am a co-author as did not do
anything.... (maybe that is why I am #6).

A summary would be good. Here is my suggestion.

1) Global sea-level controlled by climate forcings.
2) No acceleration in All because of slow recovery from Tambora +
anthropogenic forcings.
3) All simulation has significantly less sea-level rise than do obs.
4) North Atlantic sea-level is strongly influenced by AMOC.
5) Tropical sea-level rise strongly correlated with global sea-level
suggesting we should focus our paleo sea-level data collection efforts
here.
6) Limited sites suitable for paleo-sea level and they don't show much
skill!

Simon
On Wed, 2006-08-02 at 16:52, Tim Osborn wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> please find attached the virtually complete SO&P sea level report
> (this is a deliverable report specifically about sea level in models
> and in palaeo records and their comparison; a shorter version is
> being included in the SO&P project final report). The reference list
> needs to be completed (thanks for the partial list provided, Alex),
> but apart from that it is finished, unless anyone wishes to comment further?
>
> I have included all our names as authors.
>
> This is only for internal SO&P and EU purposes and will be
> password-protected on the website.
>
> However, out of all the SO&P deliverable reports I think this one is
> closest to being publishable (we would obviously need to consider the
> completion of Alex's thesis before publishing something containing
> his new data). So please take a look at it from a publication point
> of view and let me know if you agree. Admittedly it doesn't
> represent a single well-defined and completed piece of work, but
> nevertheless contains some interesting results and interpretations.
>
> Best regards and many thanks for your help,
>
> Tim
>
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