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Modeling the climate response to a massive methane release from gas hydrates

Bibliographic reference Renssen, H. ; Beets, CJ ; Fichefet, Thierry ; Goosse, Hugues ; Kroon, D. Modeling the climate response to a massive methane release from gas hydrates. In: Paleoceanography, Vol. 19, no. 2 (2004)
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