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Tony Davis
Arizona Daily Star
Wednesday, December 2, 2009

A nationally prominent climate change researcher at the University of Arizona has been asked by a U.S. senator not to destroy any records he has with a tie to a global controversy over e-mails raising questions about the scientific integrity of some climate scholars.The letter went to UA professor Malcolm Hughes from Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe, acting on behalf of Republican staff members of a Senate committee who are investigating what has become popularly known as “Climategate.” The UA’s legal office also received a similar request this week from Inhofe.

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The investigation stems from a series of hundreds of e-mails that became public about two weeks ago after they were hacked from a computer server at the University of East Anglia in England.

Many of the e-mail messages, which date back to the mid-1990s, appeared to critics to show unseemly manipulation of scientific data. Critics say the messages indicate the scientists who wrote them, who believe in human-caused climate change, wanted to hide key data or keep information from being publicly released, to make climate-change skeptics look bad.

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This article was posted: Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 10:30 am





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