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Slowdown of Global Surface Air Temperature Increase and Acceleration of Ice Melting

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Bibliographic reference Berger, André ; Yin, Qiuzhen ; Nifenecker, H. ; Poitou, J.. Slowdown of Global Surface Air Temperature Increase and Acceleration of Ice Melting. In: Earth's Future, Vol. 5, no. 7, p. 811-822 (2017)
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