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Regional response of the climate system to solar forcing: The role of the ocean

Bibliographic reference Goosse, Hugues ; Renssen, H.. Regional response of the climate system to solar forcing: The role of the ocean.ISSI Workshop on Solar Variability and Planetary Climates (Bern(Switzerland), Jun 06-10, 2005). In: Space Science Reviews, Vol. 125, no. 1-4, p. 227-235 (2006)
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