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SAP 3.4: Abrupt Climate Change
In addition to the authors, many individuals made important contributions to this
The Product Lead and Other Agency Representatives would like to offer their special
thanks to Thomas Armstrong and Patricia Jellison of the Office of Global Change at the
USGS for their oversight, advice, and editorial diligence at every stage in the
development of this report.
We are grateful to the following individuals for peer reviewing this report: Jess F.
Adkins, California Institute of Technology; Becky Alexander, University of
Washington; Paul A. Baker, Duke University; Eric J. Barron, National Center for
Atmospheric Research; Michael Bentley, University of Durham; Karen L. Bice, Woods
Hole Oceanographic Institution; Robert Bindschadler, NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center; Franco Biondi, University of Nevada; Cecilia Bitz, University of Washington;
Harry Bryden, University of Southampton; Mark Bush, Florida Institute of
Technology; Ruth Curry, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; R. Lawrence
Edwards, University of Minnesota; Sherilyn C. Fritz, University of Nebraska;
Yongsong Huang, Brown University; James Kennett, University of California;
Michael E. Mann, Pennsylvania State University; Mark F. Meier, University of
Colorado; Germain Mora, Iowa State University; Delia Oppo, Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution; David K. Rea, University of Michigan; William Ruddiman,
University of Virginia; Gavin Schmidt, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies; and
Eli Tziperman, Harvard University. Details of the peer review process can be found at
http://www.usgs.gov/peer review/docs/sap3-4 pr results.pdf.
We are also grateful to all the reviewers who provided valuable comments during the
public comment period. The draft manuscript, public review comments and responses by
the authors can be found at http://www.climatescience.gov/Library/sap/sap3-
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