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Evaluation of a high-resolution regional climate simulation over Greenland

Bibliographic reference van Ypersele de Strihou, Jean-Pascal ; Lefebre, Filip ; Fettweis, Xavier ; Marbaix, Philippe. Evaluation of a high-resolution regional climate simulation over Greenland. In: Climate Dynamics, , p. 100-116 (2005)
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