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Re: radiocarbon figure





Dear Bob,

Sounds like a nice idea to show the OCMIP model-data
comparison for 14C.  Just for your info, I'm the
author of the 'tracers in large-scale models' chapter in the
very same Encyclopedia.  I have a subsection on radiocarbon.
My figure choice was Robbie Toggweiler's classic obs vs model
(robust diagnostic, and prognostic) diagram for the Pacific.

So, it would be great if your chapter could show a 14C model
comparsion in the more recent OCMIP context!  I've cross-
referenced to your chapter in what I submitted.

All the best, Matt

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On Fri, 3 Nov 2000, Robert M. Key wrote:

> All, 
> 
> I have been asked to write a couple of articles for the
> Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, Steel, Thorp, Turekian and Jenkins, eds.
> Academic Press, Inc.
> 
> on bomb and natural radiocarbon. I would very much like to include one
> of the model-data comparison figures from OCMIP 2 prepared by Jim'
> group. I have already inquired and found that re-publication of
> any figure used in the encyclopedia in a "real" paper will not be
> a problem. The encyclopedia is aimed at an undergraduate audience.
> All of the figures I've seen do have the various institution
> abbreviations identifying the sub panels. Given the text limitation
> and usage, I would certainly not go further to identify the results other
> than a very general description of OCMIP. Presumably this would provide
> a bit of "advertising" for the group effort.
> 
> Obviously, before proceeding I need permission from the group which is 
> the reason for this e-mail. I will include the figure only if the
> response is unanimously favorable (and the publishers cover the
> color fig. cost).
> 
> thanks,
> bob key
>