Sunday December 6, 2009 08:37
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Sent: Saturday, December 5, 2009 6:39:44 AM GMT -07:00 US/Canada Mountain
Subject: pollution: cadmium, nickel, and coal, of course
google gretchen hoffman pnm
cadmium and nickel pollution at sandia labs.
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Sent: Friday, December 4, 2009 2:02:38 PM GMT -07:00 US/Canada Mountain
Subject: First draft of cadmium/nickel statistical analysis link attached
Hello Bob and Dave,
Cadmium and nickel data have been entered, grouped into 'before' and 'after, then sorted.
On the sorted data, if there is lots of green at the top of a column and lots of red at the bottom, this may mean pollution is increasing over time.
Moats et al., by inventing data, have, in some cases, shown that pollution grows less over time in the MWL. This is indicated by lots green at the bottom of a data column.
We need to talk, made any adjustments to the 'before'/'after' dates, recompute, then compute U for the columns which look to show statistical pollution significance.
Moats et al., I believe, should be given an opporunity to review the final edited page and comment in writing.
Let me know your comments.
Dave, I hope you will be able to comment from Guatemala.
Billy Brown 268-0933 mobile 401-8139 email email@example.com
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