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cc: "'Hulme, Mike '" <M.HULMEatXYZxyz.AC.UK>
date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 11:36:34 +0000
from: "Noguer, Maria" <maria.nogueratXYZxyzoffice.com>
subject: FW: SRES Tables - yearly values
to: "'Viner, David '" <d.vineratXYZxyz.ac.uk>

CO2 values from Haroon

> -----Original Message-----
> From: haroon.s.kheshgiatXYZxyzonmobil.com
> [SMTP:haroon.s.kheshgi@exxonmobil.com]
> Sent: 15 November 2001 20:32
> To: Noguer, Maria
> Cc: 'Joos, Fortunat '; 'Raper, Sarah '
> Subject: RE: SRES Tables - yearly values
>
>
> Maria,
>
> Attached are the annual values for the 6 SRES scenarios. I did not
> include
> the preliminary scenarios or IS92a, but can if they are needed. I have no
> advice on whether or not the chapter 3 values should be given or Sarah's
> values since I do not really recall what these will be used for? But in
> any case, here they are as an excel file:
>
> (See attached file: NoguerSRES.xls)
>
>
>
> Haroon S. Kheshgi
> ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company
> Annandale, NJ 08801
> USA
>
> Tel: +1-908-730-2531
> FAX: +1-908-730-3301
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> _______________________
>
>
>
>
>
> "Noguer, Maria"
>
> <maria.noguer@meto To: "Noguer, Maria"
> <maria.nogueratXYZxyzoffice.com>, "'Joos, Fortunat
> ffice.com> '" <joosatXYZxyzmate.unibe.ch>,
> "'Kheshgi, Haroon'" <hskheshatXYZxyznj.com>,
> "'Raper, Sarah '"
> <s.raperatXYZxyz.ac.uk>, "Gregory, Jonathan"
> <jmgregoryatXYZxyzoffice.com>,
> "'Penner, Joyce '" <penneratXYZxyzch.edu>,
> 11/14/01 10:35 AM "'Prather, Michael '"
> <mpratheratXYZxyz.edu>
> cc: "'Hulme, Mike '"
> <M.HULMEatXYZxyz.AC.UK>, "'Viner, David '"
> <d.vineratXYZxyz.ac.uk>
>
> Subject: RE: SRES Tables -
> yearly values
>
>
>
>
>
> Dear all,
>
> After talking to the Web master, the best way for the data to come in
> would
> be in the order that I put it in Appendix II.
> I created a word document from what you sent to me. If you can put your
> data
> in a Word document, that would be great, if not I will incorporate your
> numbers (no matter how they come) into a word document.
>
> Many thanks again,
>
> Maria
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Noguer, Maria
> > Sent: 13 November 2001 10:27
> > To: Noguer, Maria; 'Joos, Fortunat '; 'Kheshgi,
> Haroon'; 'Raper, Sarah
> > '; Gregory, Jonathan; 'Penner, Joyce '; 'Prather, Michael
> '
> > Cc: 'Hulme, Mike '; 'Viner, David '
> > Subject: RE: SRES Tables - yearly values
> >
> > Many thanks again for your responses, I am doing some enquiries with the
> > web master to see in what format would be best for the data to be sent
> > into. I will come back to you on this.
> >
> > Cheers,
> >
> > Maria
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Noguer, Maria
> > Sent: 07 November 2001 11:07
> > To: 'Joos, Fortunat '; 'Kheshgi, Haroon';
> 'Raper, Sarah ';
> > Gregory, Jonathan; 'Penner, Joyce '; 'Prather, Michael
> '
> > Cc: 'Hulme, Mike '; Noguer, Maria
> > Subject: SRES Tables - yearly values
> >
> > Dear all,
> >
> > You might remember that some time ago I asked you if you could
> > provide the yearly values of some of the SRES Tables that appear in the
> > Appendix. Many thanks for all the positive responses that I got. Let me
> > recap your responses:
> >
> > What I originally asked for was:
> >
> > Annual CO2 abundances (1990-2100) from the six SRES scenarios
> > (reference, low and medium) (Decadal values in II.2.1)
> > 1. Data for Fig 3.12b, Bern-CC - Fortunat
> > 2. Data for Fig 3.12c, ISAM - Haroon
> >
> > Fortunat, Haroon will you be able to provide this? Perhaps we
> should
> > get instead the CO2 concentration series that Sarah used to calculate
> the
> > temperature. Sarah, would it be easy for you to provide this as well?
> >
> >
> > Annual CH4, N2O abundances, Tropospheric O3 burden (1990-2100)
> for
> > the six SRES scenarios) (Decadal values in II.2.2, II.2.3, II.2.5
> > Data for Fig 4.14 - Michael
> >
> > Michael, have you had the chance to re-run the code, as you
> told
> me?
> >
> > Decadal gridded data (0.5 deg resolution) of sulphate aerosol
> burden
> > for the 6 SRES marker scenarios
> > (Joyce, would be able to provide this?
> >
> > Joyce, in your note you mentioned that you only ran 2030 (for
> A2)
> > and 2100 (for A2 and B2). Are these files still available? The results
> > will only be on a 5x5 grid. I suppose this is better than nothing. Will
> > you be able to provide this?
> >
> > Annual surface temperature change for the 42 cases (7 models by
> 6
> > SRES scenarios) (1961-2100)
> > Sarah, all these datasets are not in the TAR, would you be able
> to
> > make them available?
> >
> > Sarah, looking forward to receiving your files.
> >
> > Annual sea level change for the 42 cases (7 models by 6 SRES
> > scenarios) (1961-2100) (total, thermal expansion, glaciers and ice,
> > Greenland and Antarctica.
> > Sarah and Jonathan, all these datasets are not in the TAR,
> would
> you
> > be able to make them available?
> >
> > Jonathan, looking forward to receiving your files.
> >
> >
> > Many thanks again and again.
> >
> > Maria
> >
> >
> > Dr. Maria Noguer, IPCC Deputy Head
> > Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research
> > London Road Bracknell Berkshire RG12 2SY United Kingdom
> > Tel: +44 (0) 1344 854938 Fax: +44 (0) 1344 856912
> > Email:maria.noguer@metoffice.com
> > http://www.metoffice.com/sec5/CR_div/ipcc/wg1/
> >
>
> <<Excel 2.x Chart>>

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