Friday, May 11, 2012

4124.txt

cc: "Phil Jones" <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>, "Chris Kilsby" <c.g.kilsbyatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 16:08:35 +0000
from: Stephanie Ferguson <stephanie.fergusonatXYZxyzip.org.uk>
subject: RE: Weather Generator report
to: "Humphrey, Kathryn (ACC)" <kathryn.humphreyatXYZxyzRA.GSI.GOV.UK>

Hi there,

Roger & Phil agreed the wording of that box, so it stays as is.

Cheers

Steph.

PS Any chance of comments from Chris before Friday?

Thanks, my schedule is getting more scary by the second...



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"Humphrey, Kathryn (ACC)" <kathryn.humphreyatXYZxyzRA.GSI.GOV.UK> writes:
> Hi all,
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> I've read through the annex and it looks fine as far as I can tell (which isn't very far). Steph,
the only style thing I would ask is that we put Defra above DECC in the departmental blurbs.
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> Aside from Phil's comments the only remaining thing I feel uncomfortable about is the text that
Roger and Chris agreed about the term weather- it was important to put this in to get buy-in from
UKCIP. Was the text in the box at the beginning agreed with UKCIP? Steph could you run it past
Roger?
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> On to the marine report now.
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> Thanks,
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> Kathryn
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> From: Phil Jones [mailto:p.jones@uea.ac.uk]
> Sent: 16 February 2009 16:38
> To: Humphrey, Kathryn (ACC); Stephanie Ferguson; Chris Kilsby
> Subject: RE: Weather Generator report
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> Kathryn,
> We'll look into this. It might be better in the WG Guidance.
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> Cheers
> Phil
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> At 14:33 16/02/2009, Humphrey, Kathryn (ACC) wrote:
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> Thanks Phil this is very helpful. Re my comments on pages 24 and 28 then, can we say:
>
> Page 24
> â€Ε“Then the WG is run once for each of 1000 climate model output variants from the central
estimate (50% level) for a future projection”.Â
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> And page 28 can therefore stay the same but add:
> The maps should be interpreted as showing the differences (increases) in frequency of hot days
between the same percentile. For example, for the 90th percentile maps, they show the number of days
per year which is exceeded on average in only 10 percent of years. Note that all of the WG outputs in
this case relate to the central estimate of the projection”.Â
>
> Kathryn
>
> From: Phil Jones [ mailto:p.jones@uea.ac.uk <mailto:p.jones@uea.ac.uk> ]
> Sent: 16 February 2009 11:52
> To: Humphrey, Kathryn (ACC); Stephanie Ferguson; Chris Kilsby
> Subject: RE: Weather Generator report
>
>
> Kathryn, Steph, Chris,
> Here are all my modifications to the WG Report that are required. Chris
> needs to go through the report as well as this document.
>
> Steph - you should wait till Chris sends this back. Once he has,
> can you make the changes and send back another version for a second check.
> I'm around the rest of Feb - except for Feb 20 and 25/26 - if there are any
> things that aren't clear.
>
> Kathryn - this contains some responses to your comments from the weekend.
>
> There are several questions for Chris. One for you - are Geoff's annexes still
> numbered as they were in late 2008?
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> Cheers
> Phil
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> At 20:49 15/02/2009, Humphrey, Kathryn (ACC) wrote:
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> Hi Steph,
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> Here are my comments on the typeset WG report (minus the annex which I̢۪ll look at
tomorrow). Chris and Philhil could you look at the questions I have blocked for you on a few bits
of the text which have confused me a bit.
>
> In general it looks great and is much easier to read than the earlier versions. Apologies if my
remaining questions are still due to ignorance!
>
> Kathryn
>
> Â
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> From: Stephanie Ferguson [ <mailto:stephanie.ferguson@ukcip.org.uk>
mailto:stephanie.ferguson@ukcip.org.uk]
> Sent: 11 February 2009 16:25
> To: Humphrey, Kathryn (ACC); Chris Kilsby; Phil Jones
> Subject: Weather Generator report
>
> Dear All,
>
> Please find attached the Weather generator report - apologies for not sending it over earlier, I
finished it on Monday and forgot about it!
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> Do please let me know if there are any issues.
>
> Kind regards
>
> Steph
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