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Ice-sheet growth and high-latitudes sea-surface temperature

Bibliographic reference Berger, André ; Gallee, H. ; Li, XS. ; Dutrieux, A ; Loutre, Marie-France. Ice-sheet growth and high-latitudes sea-surface temperature. In: Climate Dynamics : observational, theoretical and computational research on the climate system, Vol. 12, no. 7, p. 441-448 (1996)
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