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Review of the U.S. Climate Change Science Program’s Synthesis and Assessment Product on Temperature Trends in the Lower Atmosphere
which will result in the submission of the first draft of the synthesis product for scientific review by the National Research Council, is January 2005. The planned completion date for Phase 2, which will culminate with approval of the synthesis product by the President’s National Science and Technology Council, is October 2005. Specific milestones follow.
Lead authors nominated – July 04
Synthesis product prospectus released for public comment – July 04
First lead author meeting – August 04
Second lead author meeting – October 04
Third lead author meeting – December 04
Synthesis product first draft submitted for NRC scientific review – January 05
NRC review completed – April 05
Synthesis product second draft released for public comment – 1 June 2005
Public comment period completed– 15 July 2005
Synthesis product third draft and compilation of comments submitted to CCSP Principals – August 05
Synthesis product accepted by CCSP and submitted to NSTC for final review and approval – September 05
Synthesis product approved by NSTC – October 05
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