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Bibliographic reference Valdes, Paul J. ; Armstrong, Edward ; Badger, Marcus P. S. ; Bradshaw, Catherine D. ; Bragg, Fran ; et. al. The BRIDGE HadCM3 family of climate models: HadCM3@Bristol v1.0. In: Geoscientific Model Development, Vol. 10, p. 3715-3743 (2017)
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