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Fwd: Global Warming: YES or NO? / Roger Pielke, Jr., NCAR from Oct ., 2000

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    E-mail below is being Fwd to ClimateArchive for possible discussion at realclimate.org later today. NOAA s National Weather Service (NWS) - North Central River
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      E-mail below is being Fwd to ClimateArchive for possible discussion at
      realclimate.org later today.

      NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) - North Central River Forecast
      Center (NCRFC) located in the NOAA NWS building in Chanhassen, MN

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      From: Pat Neuman / NWS NCRFC Senior Hydrologist, Snow and Ice
      To: Dean Braatz / Hydrologist in Charge (HIC), NWS NCRFC
      Cc: John Halquist / Development & Operations Hydrologist(DOH) NCRFC
      Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2000 14:52:35
      Subject: RE: E-mail from Pat Neuman

      Dean,

      you said in your attached 9/22 message to NCRFC staff:

      "The personal views and opinions contained in the e-mail below, from
      Pat Neuman, do not reflect the policy or conclusions of NWSH, CRH or
      the NCRFC. Dean Braatz, HIC"

      ...

      This frequent reference by you and others to not use e-mail to express
      personal views is hampering the efforts of NCRFC staff, in my view,
      to use e-mail at all, since nearly all e-mail messages have elements
      that may be interpreted as expressing personal views.

      For example, the message that you sent on 9/19 on "Kuehnast Lecture"
      may be interpreted as expressing person views.
      ...

      From Dean Braatz <Dean.Braatz@n...>
      Date Tuesday, September 19, 2000 8:27 am
      To / NCRFC staff
      Subject Kuehnast Lecture

      The Kuehnast Lecture Series will be held on Friday October 6,
      2000 ... at St Paul Campus, UoMN. This years' presenter is Roger
      Pielke, Jr. of the National Center for Atmospheric Research. His
      talk: "Beyond Global Warming Yes or No" examines the assumptions of
      prediction and prevention that underlie the present response to
      climate change and suggests that they are flawed, and perhaps even
      leading to climate policies destined to fail. The talk suggests an
      alternative approach to responding to climate change, and the
      resulting implications for science, policy and issue advocacy.

      NCRFC staff are encouraged to attend this event, and if need be, up
      to 3 hours of comp time are authorized.
      Dean

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nws_ncrfc/message/66
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