- JGR may not be the most appropriate place to publish group recommendations
- EOS may be a better place to expose such recommendations and/or a call for 'community' participation
- In this paper, don't call it a recommendation; say simply '..it would be useful...'
- What really matters is what we DO not what we RECOMMEND; we could 'just do it'.
Based on the above feedback, the word RECOMMENDATION is out of the manuscript. Now we use Robert Frouin's phrase which is more elegant, less pretentious: "A web-based communication, cooperation and coordination system would be useful to monitor...'.
Also, Dave Tratt has agreed to orchestrate the writing of a piece for EOS.
Tha paper has been re-submitted to JGR. The responses to the Reviwers A and B as well as the revised manuscript is posted on this website under Reports.
As to Dave's corrrections of the language - is way too good for me! It makes me feel like I am giving up part of my Hungarican heritage with his pure English..:)
April 20, 1998 was not a clear day in Eugene. As you can see from the graph, April 20 did have some clouds. We had to go back to 1995 to find another clear day for Eugene during that time period.
In the paper we published in [Gueymard, et. al. 2000], we included a table that compared 1998 data with 1995 data for Eugene and 1998 for Burns, Oregon, and Boise. The global was reduced by about 5% rather than 2 % given in this paper. I think it is a more accurate comparison of the effect on broadband global, beam, and diffuse.
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