The Right Review
Posted by Jeff Id on December 6, 2009
I haven’t seen this group highlighted. While not as dramatic as hide the decline it’s pretty plain that those chosen are on the team. It’s hard for me to imagine that Ben Santer would give any warming paper an unbiased review.
From: Phil Jones
To: Kevin Trenberth
, Grant Foster
Subject: Re: ENSO blamed over warming – paper in JGR
Date: Wed Aug 5 16:14:34 2009
Cc: “J. Salinger” , James Annan , email@example.com, Gavin Schmidt , Mike Mann , firstname.lastname@example.org
Agree with Kevin that Tom Karl has too much to do. Tom Wigley is semi
retired and like Mike Wallace may not be responsive to requests from JGR.
We have Ben Santer in common ! Dave Thompson is a good suggestion.
I’d go for one of Tom Peterson or Dave Easterling.
To get a spread, I’d go with 3 US, One Australian and one in Europe.
So Neville Nicholls and David Parker.
All of them know the sorts of things to say – about our comment and
the awful original, without any prompting.
At 15:50 05/08/2009, Kevin Trenberth wrote:
I went to JGR site to look for index codes, and I see that the offending article has
been downloaded 128 times in past week (second). All the mnore reason to get on with
Grant Foster wrote:
I’ve completed most of the submission to JGR, but there are three required entries I
hope you can help me with.
Please provide 1 unique keyword
global temperatures, statistical methods, El Nino-Southern Oscillation, global warming
2) Index Terms
Please provide 3 unique index terms
1600 GLOBAL CHANGE
1616 Climate variability
1694 Instruments and techniques
3) Suggested Reviewers to Include
Please list the names of 5 experts who are knowledgeable in your area and could give
an unbiased review of your work. Please do not list colleagues who are close associates,
collaborators, or family members. (this requires name, email, and institution).
Tom Wigley email@example.com NCAR
Ben Santer  Lawrence Livermore
Mike Wallace  U Washington [May not be most responsive]
Dave Thompson  Col State Univ
Dave Easterling  NCDC