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Dependence of slope lapse rate over the Greenland ice sheet on background climate

  • OLGA EROKHINA (a1) (a2) (a3), IRINA ROGOZHINA (a1) (a2), MATTHIAS PRANGE (a1), PEPIJN BAKKER (a1), JORGE BERNALES (a2) (a4), ANDRÉ PAUL (a1) and MICHAEL SCHULZ (a1)...
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