The Need for Diversity in the Perspective: The Case of Temperature Data As An Example By Kiminori Itoh

 Kiminori  Itoh, a faculty member of the Engineering Department at the Yokohama National University, has graciously permitted us to post his excellent powerpoint presentation

 The need for diversity in the perspective: The case of temperature data, as an example.

at the InterAcademy Council Committee to Review the IPCC, Tan Sin Lin Center, Peking University, Beijing, June 29, 2010. 

The agenda and attendees at the Review were

Chaired by Roseanne Diab
2:00 Welcome and Introduction to the invited guests [Roseanne Diab, Jingyun Fang]
2:05 Welcome address [Li, Jinghai; vice president of CAS]
2:10 Introduction to Goals of the meeting [Roseanne Diab]
2:20 Statements by invited guests (10 minutes each)
Qin, Dahe (China Meteorological Administration)
Ding, Yihui (China Meteorological Administration)
Ding, Zhongli (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Itoh, Kiminori (Yokohama National University, Japan)
Pan, Jiahua (Chinese Academy of Social Science)
Tang, Yanhong (National Institute for Environmental Study, Japan)
Wang, Shaowu (Peking University)
Xu, Songling (Chinese Academy of Social Science)
Zheng, Guoguang (China Meteorological Administration)

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