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Suggested Citation:"Acknowledgements." National Academy of Sciences. 2014. Climate Change: Evidence and Causes. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18730.
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n ac k n ow l ed ge m en t s Acknowledgements  The following individuals served as the primary writing team for this document: ■■ Eric Wolff FRS (UK lead), University of ■■ John Shepherd FRS, University of Cambridge Southampton ■■ Inez Fung (NAS, US lead), University of ■■ Keith Shine FRS, University of Reading   California, Berkeley ■■ Susan Solomon (NAS), Massachusetts ■■ Brian Hoskins FRS, Imperial College London Institute of Technology       and University of Reading ■■ Kevin Trenberth, National Center for ■■ John Mitchell FRS, UK Met Office Atmospheric Research ■■ Tim Palmer FRS, University of Oxford ■■ John Walsh, University of Alaska, Fairbanks ■■ Benjamin Santer (NAS), Lawrence Livermore ■■ Don Wuebbles, University of Illinois  National Laboratory This document was reviewed in draft form by individuals chosen for their diverse perspectives and technical expertise, in accordance with procedures approved by the Royal Society and the National Academy of Sciences. The reviewers provided comments and suggestions, but were not asked to endorse the views of the writing team, nor did they see the final draft before its release. We wish to thank the following individuals for their review of this report:   ■■ Richard Alley (NAS), Department of ■■ Jerry Meehl, National Center for Atmospheric Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University Research ■■ Alec Broers FRS, Diamond Light Source and Bio ■■ John Pendry FRS, Imperial College London Nano Consulting (Former President of the Royal ■■ John Pyle FRS, Department of Chemistry, Academy of Engineering ) University of Cambridge ■■ Harry Elderfield FRS, Department of Earth ■■ Gavin Schmidt, NASA Goddard Space Flight Sciences, University of Cambridge Center   ■■ Joanna Haigh FRS, Imperial College London ■■ Emily Shuckburgh, British Antarctic Survey ■■ Isaac Held (NAS), NOAA Geophysical Fluid ■■ Gabrielle Walker, Journalist Dynamics Laboratory ■■ Andrew Watson FRS, University of Exeter ■■ John Kutzbach (NAS), Center for Climatic Research, University of Wisconsin Oversight of the review process was provided by representatives of the Royal Society Council (John Pethica FRS) and the NAS Council (Jeremiah Ostriker, NAS). Staff assistance was provided by Nancy F. Huddleston, Laurie Geller, Sally Tyldesley and Tracey Elliott. Sincere thanks to the Raymond and Beverly Sackler US-UK Scientific Forum for support of this activity. B10 Clim at e Ch a nge

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