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Dal, Corso J ; Gianolla, P ; Newton, R J ; Franceschi, M ; Roghi, G ; Caggiati, M ; Raucsik, B ; Budai, T ; Haas, J ; Preto, N
GLOBAL AND PLANETARY CHANGE 127 pp. 79-90. Paper: doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.01.013 , 12 p. (2015)
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