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The climate change in South America due to a doubling in the CO2 concentration: intercomparison of general circulation model equilibrium experiments

, : The climate change in South America due to a doubling in the CO2 concentration: intercomparison of general circulation model equilibrium experiments. International Journal of Climatology 17(4): 377-398

Climatic mean sea-level (MSL) pressure, temperature, and precipitation fields simulated by five general circulation models were compared with observations in South America to assess their accuracy.

Accession: 002980365

DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1097-0088(19970330)17:4<377::aid-joc129>;2-p

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