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Report on the Proceedings of the CLIVAR Workshop on Atlantic Climate Predictability, 19-22 April 2004, Reading, UK

By International CLIVAR Project Office
Topics: GC, ZA4050
Publisher: International CLIVAR Project Office
Year: 2004
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