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Past and future polar amplification of climate change: climate model intercomparisons and ice-core constraints

Bibliographic reference Masson-Delmotte, V. ; Crucifix, Michel ; Weber, Shlomo ; Wolk, Frank ; et. al. Past and future polar amplification of climate change: climate model intercomparisons and ice-core constraints. In: Climate Dynamics : observational, theoretical and computational research on the climate system, Vol. 26, no. 5, p. 513-529 (2006)
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