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									Mike,

Please find new magicc. This is the version we should use in the GUI and also for redoing the runs.
There are more sea level parameters in Magmod.cfg and a table for these for the different AOGCMs is in
file called sealevel_params.doc.

NB I have not updated the piece of code that has to do with mid year/end year values and your .dis files.
Please could you do what is necessary for that. If you don’t know what I’m talking about I’ll come and
show you.

For the results for the TAR we just ignore the sea level.
For the temperature results from 1990 to 2100 plot please try with and without IS92e/GFDL and
IS92c/PCM. Ie a high and low result with SAR scenarios. Use the new versions of these as in M3mike,
TAR_IS92.zip

Please ask if a problem……. Can’t think of anything else right now. Want all the figures and appendix
tables please. But if you want to just do the line temp plots for a first check it might be a good idea.

For the GUI version the new sea level results will have to be written to the .dis files you use. I think it best
if we do this together and I can explain what they are. They are already written out in mag.out.
They are
GLAC GREENL ANTAR ICEBACK PERM SEDIM MSLTOT MSLHI MSLLOW

GLAC is the glacier melt
GREENL is the greenland contribution
ANTAR is the antarctic contribution
ICEBACK is the ongoing background adjustment of the icesheets from the last glacial maximum
PERM is the contribution from the melting of permofrost
SEDIM is the contriubtion from sedimentation in the oceans
MSLTOT is the mid estimate of the total sea level rise
MSLHI is the high icemelt estimate
MSLLOW is the low icemelt estimate

We will want to be able to plot each contribution at the click of a buttom. You will see that the high-low
icemelt range is calculated each time.

								
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