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Change in North American Atmospheric Conditions Associated with Deep Convection and Severe Weather using CRCM4 Climate Projections



Change in North American Atmospheric Conditions Associated with Deep Convection and Severe Weather using CRCM4 Climate Projections



Atmosphere-Ocean 52(3): 175-190




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DOI: 10.1080/07055900.2013.877868


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