date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 15:18:51 -0700 from: Caspar Ammann subject: Re: pdf to: P.Jones@uea.ac.uk
will do. And regarding TSI, it looks like that 1361 or 1362 (+/-) are going to be the new consensus. All I hear is that this seems to be quite robust. Fodder for the critics: all these modelers, they always put in too much energy - no wonder it was warming - and now they want to reduce the natural component? The SORCE meeting is going to be on that satellite stuff but also about climate connections : Sun-Earth. Tom Crowley is going to be there, Gavin Schmidt, David Rind, and a few others; of course Judith.
Thanks for Bo Vinther's manuscript!
On Jan 30, 2008, at 3:12 PM, P.Jones@uea.ac.uk wrote:
OK. Keep me informed. Also I'd like to know more the conclusions of the meeting you're going to on the solar constant. Just that it can change from 1366.5 to 1361!!
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