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date: Mon Jul 2 13:47:37 2007
from: Tim Osborn <t.osbornatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
subject: Re: Polar bear population boundaries
to: A.OliveratXYZxyz.ac.uk

Hi Amy,
the program ran over the weekend and I have some results. However there's a few problems
to discuss and overcome, perhaps easier in person than via email. Are you at UEA this
afternoon or sometime tomorrow? Please drop by if you are.
Cheers
Tim
At 14:32 29/06/2007, you wrote:

Dear Tim,
Here is my list of boundaries for the Canadian populations. The top 5
(Western Hudson, Southern Hudson, Baffin Bay, Davis Strait and Foxe Basin)
are the priority for me. I have also attached a GIS map of the actual
boundaries with my rectangular boundaries on top.
Thanks a lot.
Amy
> Hi Amy -- it's not too late to make changes to the W Hudson region,
> as I have made most of the necessary changes to the program but not
> yet actually run it. Although the programming changes are relatively
> minor, the programs actually take many hours to process all model
> simulations, so I won't have results to send you today, but will at
> least have set them running so they'll be ready next week. The
> regional averaging is done afterwards, so I can add extra regions
> later without needing to re-run the main program.
>
> Cheers
>
> Tim
>
> At 12:49 29/06/2007, you wrote:
>>Dear Tim,
>>
>>I have been sent a shapefile with the population boundaries of the
>>Canadian polar bear populations which I can use to work out the best
>>"square" boundaries to use for the modelling. If I had been given this
>>previously then I might have chosen slightly different coordinates for
>> the
>>Western Hudson Bay population. Have you already started running the
>> model
>>for this population? If so, then I will obviously leave the boundary
>>where it is. If not, then I will change it slightly. Can you let me
>>know, because the boundary I chose for that population also affects a
>>couple of other populations? I should be able to let you know the
>>boundaries for the other populations by the end of the day if you get
>> back
>>to me.
>>
>>Many thanks,
>>
>>Amy
>
> Dr Timothy J Osborn, Academic Fellow
> Climatic Research Unit
> School of Environmental Sciences
> University of East Anglia
> Norwich NR4 7TJ, UK
>
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