Dear Imperial College London,
You previously released to me Prof Hand's correspondence regarding the Oxburgh inquiry.
In his evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee on 27 October, Prof Davies of the UEA stated that members of the Oxburgh panel had received copies of UEA's submission to the Muir Russell inquiry. However, your previous FOI release to me does not seem to contain this document.
Could you therefore please clarify this discrepancy - did Prof Hand receive this document? If so could you please release the relevant correspondence, including the submission.
Thank you for your email, I shall look into this and get back to you in
I can confirm that Professor Hand did receive the UEA's submission to the
Muir Russell Inquiry. The document was entitled Submission by the
Climatic Research Unit to the Independent Climate Change E-mail Review, 01
March 2010. The document can be viewed on The Independent Climate Change
Email Review website (http://www.cce-review.org/index.php) on page 6 of
the `Evidence' section:
The relevant correspondence has been disclosed to you previously as part
of the PDF attachment named Prof Hand's email correspondence which I sent
to you on the 22^nd June. The relevant emails which refer to the document
are dated 19 March 2010 and are as follows:
. Email at 13:14 - page 29 of the PDF
. Email at 16:11 - page 31 of the PDF
. Email at 17:06 - page 32 of the PDF.
I hope this information is of use to you,
Thanks for your reply. For the avoidance of doubt could you please provide the actual documents attached to the emails you mention.
I have attached the requested document above. The other attachment
referred to within the three emails I mention are the "Panel Biographies".
This document was supplied to you in the College's first response dated
22 June in the attachment entitled "David Hand's attachments from emails
supplied", however I have attached it again for your interest.
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
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