0878654527 - From: Keith Briffa <k.briffa@uea.ac.uk>...

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From: Keith Briffa <k.briffa@uea.ac.uk> To: Tom Wigley <wigley@meeker.ucar.edu> Subject: Re: Date: Tue Nov 4 09:42:07 1997 Tom please do. Actually I would be interested to know whether Malcolm mentioned these results to Dave as he was in Krasnoyarsk a few months ago when I showed this stuff. I will be over in New York in a few weeks to discuss with Ed the possibility of putting in an NSF/NERC proposal to look at the tree biomass change question. Also,the initial impetus to redo this stuff was as part of a NERC project we have running in colllaboration with Ian Woodward - i which we are inputting high resolution climate data to Dolly to assess the roll of such variability on carbon uptake cheers Keith At 02:54 PM 11/3/97 -0700, you wrote: >Keith, > >Malcolm Hughes was here on Friday to see Dave Schimel about precisely the >issue you raise. Dave wants to see if he can validate his ecosystem model >using tree ring data. Sounds as if you already have the data to do this. >Can I show your e-mail to Dave? > >Tom > >On Mon, 3 Nov 1997, Keith Briffa wrote: > >> >> Tom >> thanks for the info. Actually this is a chance for me to to mention that >> we have for the last few months at least, been reworking the idea of >> looking in the Schweingruber network data for evidence of increasing tree >> growth and hence ,potentially at least, evidence of changing tree(read >> biomass) uptake of carbon. >> The results are dramatic - not to say earth shattering because they
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