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SST and ice sheet impacts on the MIS-13 climate

Bibliographic reference Muri, H. ; Berger, André ; Yin, Qiuzhen ; Voldoire, A. ; Mélia, D.S.Y. ; et. al. SST and ice sheet impacts on the MIS-13 climate. In: Climate Dynamics, Vol. 39, p. 1739-1761 (2012)
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