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date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:18:30 -0400
from: Michael Mann <mannatXYZxyzeo.psu.edu>
subject: Re: [Fwd: AGU Fellowship]
to: Phil Jones <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>

thanks Phil, will go ahead and get this started.
I'll let you know if I need any further info from you,
mike
Phil Jones wrote:

Mike,
No I'm not. I am an AMS one, but I think that is a little easier - a higher
%age of AMS members become fellows than for AGU. So go ahead
and nominate me !
Here is my full CV. I just updates this with the Nature paper and also
a paper in GPC which is also good. As for RC I suspect you may want to
do something on the Chinese urban paper just accepted in JGR. When I
get proofs I'll email that.
One other thing. I got this message from W-C Wang yesterday am.
So he has been exonerated, as expected. I bet that Keenan doesn't change his
web site when he hears.
Wei Chyung is now off to Taiwan for a few weeks. I'll be seeing Tom Karl -
maybe we can come up with something to do. Not sure what though..
Cheers
Phil

Hi, Tom and Phil,

I finally got the SUNYA committee report concerning the allegation, the statement from
the report,

"..finds no evidence of the alleged fabrication of results and nothing that rises to the
level of research misconduct having been committed by Dr. Wang"

Now, the University wants to know what we would like them to do to restore "our"
reputation. Please get back to me as soon as possible, I am leaving for Taiwan 5/29^th
for a Bilateral Workshop on exchanges in Atmospheric Sciences between National Taiwan
University and SUNYA, which I have been coordinating in the past year or so.

wcw
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Dr. Wei-Chyung Wang
Professor of Applied Sciences
Atmospheric Sciences Research Center
State University of New York
251 Fuller Road
Albany, New York 12203
Tel: 518-437-8708 (O)
Fax: 518-437-8713 (O)
E-mail: [1]wang@climate.cestm.albany.edu
[2]http://asrc.albany.edu/people/faculty/wang/wang.html
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At 13:15 29/05/2008, you wrote:

Phil--this gets back to something we discussed this some time ago. Are you an AGU fellow
already? If not, I think we should nominate you!
mike
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: AGU Fellowship
Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 23:53:24 -0400
From: Leadership [3]<leadership@agu.org>
To: [4]mann@psu.edu
The American Geophysical Union invites nominations for the election
of members
to the rank of Fellow. Each year, about 100 nominations reach the Fellows
Committee
through the AGU Sections and about half are elected. The number of
Fellows is
limited to at most .1% of the membership, which makes this honor very
prestigious.
The Union Fellows are distinguished scientists who have made important
contributions
to one or several fields of geophysical sciences. While such people often
are
at high positions at universities or institutions, the selection
committee feels
very strongly that the scientific merits are the most important criterion
for
fellowship. More than 35% of members are outside of the US. At present
these
are underrepresented among the Fellows of AGU. Please consider suitable
candidates
amongst your colleagues and to make nominations following the
instructions available
at:
[5]
http://www.agu.org/inside/fellguides.html.

Tuija Pulkkinen
AGU Fellows Committee, Chair



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Associate Professor
Director, Earth System Science Center (ESSC)

Department of Meteorology Phone: (814) 863-4075
503 Walker Building FAX: (814) 865-3663
The Pennsylvania State University email: [9]mann@psu.edu
University Park, PA 16802-5013

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