Sunday, June 3, 2012


date: Fri Jan 9 13:58:20 2004
from: Phil Jones <>
subject: Re: greetings and paper
to: Neil Ward <>

Dear Neil,
Happy New Year ! and it has been a long time ! The papers from the Galway meeting
came out (Santer et al in 1993 ref in the proc. and then Clim. Dyn 95, vol 12, 77-100.
I'm partly out of this sort of thing now. Detection is all in the U/A now and all optimal.
The latest IPCC (2001) would be a good place to look through (the D&A chapter)
Other good reviews are Barnett et al (1999) in BAMS 80, 2631-2659.
Also Thorne et al (2003) in Clim Dyn. 21 , 573-591. Peter did his PhD here and now
he's at the HC working for Chris/Simon etc.
You can call if you want, but although this week was supposed to be relaxing (it
the next two are full with meetings. Reviewing KNMI next week and in Geneva the week
after for something to do with GCOS. Here both Fridays the next two weeks. Final week
of Jan should be here most of the time except 26/30th.
At 16:26 08/01/2004 -0500, you wrote:

Dear Phil,
Greetings from IRI! Am pleased some discussions here have provided me
opportunity to contact you and say hello - and see if my distant memory
is at all accurate - somehow i recall you presenting in the mid/late 90s
an analysis of the spatial pattern of observed trends in the 20th
Century, and the degree to which they matched the spatial pattern of
trends in global change projections - i think it was at the climate
statistics meeting in Galway in 1996? If i'm right, would be interested
if there is anything published - and maybe if you are around, would be
interesting to touch base on the phone and chat a little about such
Hope all is going well and look forward to catching up after a few years
All the best,
Dr. Neil Ward
Director, Decision Systems Research
International Research Institute for Climate Prediction
The Earth Institute at Columbia University
101 Monell Bldg., LDEO
61 Route 9W
Palisades, NY 10964-8000
Phone: 845-680-4446 Fax: 845-680-4865
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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

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