date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 15:49:22 -0400
from: "Raymond S. Bradley" <rbradleyatXYZxyz.umass.edu>
subject: Fwd: Figures for Chapter 6
to: email@example.com, k.briffaatXYZxyz.ac.uk
Can you re-send these figs to Christoph & cc. me....see message below---I
think he made a mistake & the 2 figs that are "corrupted" are Figs 6.5 &
6.6 (I never sent him Fig 6.7!). these are your files, as follows:
Figure 6.5. Tree-ring density reconstruction of warm-season (April to
September) temperature from all land north of 20�N, with the 1 and 2
standard error ranges shaded. Units are �C anomalies with respect to the
1961-90 mean (dotted line) and the instrumental temperatures are shown by
the thick line. Both series have been smoothed with a 30-year
Gaussian-weighted filter (from Briffa et al 2001).
Figure 6.6. Northern Hemisphere surface temperature anomalies (�C)
referenced to the 196190 mean (dotted line). Annual-mean land and marine
temperature from instrumental observations (black, 18561999), and as
reconstructed by Mann et al. (red, 10001980, with 2 standard errors shown
by pink shading) and Crowley and Lowery (purple, 10001987).
April-to-September mean temperature from land north of 20�N as
reconstructed by Briffa et al. (green, 14021960, with 2 standard errors
shown by green shading), and reconstructed by re-calibrating the Jones et
al. estimate of summer northern hemisphere temperature by simple linear
regression over the period 18811960 (blue, 10001991). All series have been
smoothed with a 30-year Gaussian-weighted filter.
Thanks a lot
>Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 10:20:12 +0200
>From: Christoph Kull <christoph.kullatXYZxyzes.unibe.ch>
>Subject: Figures for Chapter 6
>I hope, you enjoy the summer! I`m working on the figures of the Chapter 6
>(PAGES publication). There are some problems with the figures 6.6 and 6.7.
>It seems that they are corrupted (some errors are displayed). I can`t open
>them. Could you send them once again in pdf or eps format.
>The figures 6.8 and the Word doc.-files (6.15 to 6.18) are of a bad
>resolution quality. It would be good to have them (if possible) in a higher
>resolution as well as in eps or pdf format. Thanks a lot!
>Have a nice time and see you soon! Greetings from Berne!
Raymond S. Bradley
Professor and Head of Department
Department of Geosciences
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003-5820
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