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cc:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ravi Sharma <>, Mohamed Hassan:;, Roland Fuchs <>, Hassan Virji <>
date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 11:37:46 -0400
from: aiacc <>
subject: IPCC WG2 Report Outline
to:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, abouhadid <>,, <>, <>, <>,

To: AIACC project PIs

Dear Friends,

Attached for your information is the draft outline for the contribution of Working Group II
to the 4th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). This
draft will be presented to a plenary meeting of government delegates to the IPCC in
November for approval -- and may change somewhat in the process. If/when I receive the
draft outlines for the reports of Working Groups I and III I will forward those as well.

If you are interested in being an author or review editor for the IPCC 4th assessment
report and have not yet informed me, please do so and send me the following:

* A short biography (half page) that

* highlights your expertise and experience relevant to the IPCC reports,
* identifies the Working Group (I, II or III) for which you wish to be considered,
* identifies the topics/chapter(s) of the WG report to which you would like to contribute
* identifies the role(s) for which you wish to be considered: Coordinating Lead Author,
Lead Author, Contributing Author, or Review Editor

* Your full curriculum vitae

I will forward these materials to the Technical Support Unit of the relevant working group.
A formal request to governments to nominate persons to be authors and review editors will
be made by IPCC in November. Nomination by your government is not required for you to be
invited to be an author. But it would increase the likelihood. To increase your chances of
receiving an invitation, you should contact the IPCC focal point in your country to inform
him/her of your interest and qualifications and to request that your government nominate


Kind regards,

Neil Leary

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