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@SimonLLewis Yes, thanks, got that!
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RT @LeoHickman: Article by Alex Otto: "The 'warming pause' + the transient climate response to a doubling of CO2" http://t.co/mw0VuktSJD vi…
RT @cwhope .@carbonbrief By me: How the new estimates of TCR should affect #carbon prices http://t.co/KT1IV9gOFa
@edyong209 @Richvn @alicebell Yeah that's a nice idea. Or 'here are five studies that got no media coverage at all and here's why'.
@Richvn @alicebell Sure, it's just interesting to get insights into other orgs processes. You do have a very wide brief!
@Richvn @alicebell That's interesting. It's generally fairly obvious to us what will be more widely discussed. But maybe we should consult.
@Richvn @alicebell How many papers do you consider a day? How many do you write up?
RT @clim8resistance: If it's got the expression 'going forward' in it, you can tell it's fluff. @carbonbrief
@Richvn @SimonLLewis @alicebell Thanks!
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