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CLIVAR Exchanges No. 15. PAGES-CLIVAR Intersection: A Joint Newsletter of the Past Global Changes Project (PAGES) and the Climate Variability and Predictability Project (CLIVAR)

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Topics: GC, GE
Publisher: International CLIVAR Project Office
Year: 2000
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