Tuesday, November 29, 2011


cc: "Phil Jones" <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>, "Michael E. Mann" <mannatXYZxyzginia.edu>, "Thorsten Kiefer" <thorsten.kieferatXYZxyzes.unibe.ch>
date: Fri Aug 26 15:32:34 2005
from: Keith Briffa <k.briffaatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
subject: Re: PAGES/CLIVAR workshop
to: "Heinz Wanner" <wanneratXYZxyzb.unibe.ch>, "Christoph Kull" <christoph.kullatXYZxyzes.unibe.ch>

Sorry to be slow Christoph
I am really happy to endorse all of Heinz's comments (and by inference) , Mike's also. If
it was necessary to have a participant from Hamburg , I would support Eduardo .
best wishes
At 14:39 26/08/2005, Heinz Wanner wrote:

Dear Christoph,

I have only a few additional comments concerning the planned workshop.

First of all, I support this concept. Related to the topics, I heavily support to
organize a discussion about how we can reconstruct different paremeters independently.
It is important to try to reconstruct air pressure as a basic circulation parameter - if

Concerning the participants:
- Write GooSSe;
- Mikami from Japan (Tokyo Metropolitan University) could be an interesting Asian
- You mentioned Kevin Trenberth or Mark Cane. Both are absolutely okay, but why not
invite a younger colleague like Mike Evans from Tucson?
- If Phil and Mike do not support von Storch it does not make sense to invite him (and
Eduardo Zorita?);
- For me Ulrich Cubasch is an interesting modeler with good ideas about paleomodeling.
Maybe Gavin can comment this when he is back from his China trip?

Cheers, Heinz
Dr. Heinz Wanner
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