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date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 11:57:28 +0000
from: Gerard van der Schrier <schrieratXYZxyzi.nl>
subject: Re: new version of ms.
to: Phil Jones <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>

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Hi Phil,

Thanks for the updates, and thanks for going through the ms. Hopefully
it won't take as long as the CC ms....... It is available via:
http://www.springerlink.com/content/100247/?Content+Status=Accepted

I'll contact Harry for the precip and temp. data.

Have a good time in the US!

Cheers, Gerard


>
> Gerard,
> Off to the US next week, so have printed off and will read on the
> flight.
> I'll get back to you the week after next.
>
> By the way, Harry has almost finished v3 of the dataset. Dimitrios
> has the Penman
> PET working, so Harry just needs to run the data through this once
> he's finished vapour pressure.
>
> So, if you want you could ask Harry for the precip and mean T fields
> for PDSI
> work.
>
> I looked at the CC web site the other day and didn't see the paper.
> Thanks
> for alerting me to it.
>
> By the way (also!), if you're interested look at papers 14 and 17
> in the online first
> list of Climatic Change. These are the Wahl/Ammann and Ammann/Wahl
> papers
> that show that MBH98 is essentially right.
>
> Finally, Albert should have got a hard copy of the volume with the
> WG1 report -
> or he should be soon!
>
> Cheers
> Phil
>
>
>
> At 09:47 14/09/2007, you wrote:
>> Dear Phil,
>>
>> Quite some time ago you had a look at a ms. in which we looked at
>> storminess and cold air outbreaks over Massachusetts at the end of
>> the 18th-beginning 19th century. This ms. is a follow-up of the
>> digitization work which is now in press with Climatic Change (finally!).
>>
>> Initially, I included a bit of an analysis on possible increase in
>> storminess or cold air outbreaks in relation to the volcanic
>> eruptions of the period (like the 1809 and 1815 eruptions). This
>> analysis has been removed from the present version; it was not very
>> convincing.
>>
>> I'd like to submit this study to GRL. Would you like to have a look
>> at it?
>>
>> What could be nice, is that cold air outbreaks affect the
>> ocean-atmosphere heat flux very strongly, and these outbreaks have a
>> definite impact on strength and position of the Gulf Stream. Perhaps
>> this all says something about the Gulf Stream in that period via the
>> boundary conditions. I've added a brief discussion on this in the ms.
>>
>> Cheers, Gerard
>>
>> --
>> ----------------------------------------------------------
>> Gerard van der Schrier
>> Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)
>> dept. KS/KA
>> PO Box 201
>> 3730 AE De Bilt
>> The Netherlands
>> schrieratXYZxyzi.nl
>> +31-30-2206597
>> www.knmi.nl/~schrier
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>>
>>
>>
>
> Prof. Phil Jones
> Climatic Research Unit Telephone +44 (0) 1603 592090
> School of Environmental Sciences Fax +44 (0) 1603 507784
> University of East Anglia
> Norwich Email p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk
> NR4 7TJ
> UK
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Gerard van der Schrier
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)
dept. KS/KA
PO Box 201
3730 AE De Bilt
The Netherlands
schrieratXYZxyzi.nl
+31-30-2206597
www.knmi.nl/~schrier
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