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Uncertainly in climate science and climate policy

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Bibliographic reference Rougier, J.C. ; Crucifix, Michel. Uncertainly in climate science and climate policy. In: Lloyd, L. (ed.) ; Winsberg , E (ed.), Climate Modeling, L. Lloyd, E. Winsberg  2018
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