A dynamical link between the Arctic and the global climate system

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A dynamical link between the Arctic and the global climate system. / Dethloff, K.; Rinke, A.; Benkel, A.; Køltzow, M.; Sokolova, E.; Saha, S. Kumar; Handorf, D.; Dorn, W.; Rockel, B.; von Storch, H.; Haugen, J. E.; Røed, L. P.; Roeckner, E.; Christensen, J. H.; Stendel, M.

I: Geophysical Research Letters, Bind 33, Nr. 3, L03703, 16.02.2006.

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Dethloff, K, Rinke, A, Benkel, A, Køltzow, M, Sokolova, E, Saha, SK, Handorf, D, Dorn, W, Rockel, B, von Storch, H, Haugen, JE, Røed, LP, Roeckner, E, Christensen, JH & Stendel, M 2006, 'A dynamical link between the Arctic and the global climate system', Geophysical Research Letters, bind 33, nr. 3, L03703. https://doi.org/10.1029/2005GL025245

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Dethloff, K., Rinke, A., Benkel, A., Køltzow, M., Sokolova, E., Saha, S. K., ... Stendel, M. (2006). A dynamical link between the Arctic and the global climate system. Geophysical Research Letters, 33(3), [L03703]. https://doi.org/10.1029/2005GL025245

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Dethloff K, Rinke A, Benkel A, Køltzow M, Sokolova E, Saha SK o.a. A dynamical link between the Arctic and the global climate system. Geophysical Research Letters. 2006 feb 16;33(3). L03703. https://doi.org/10.1029/2005GL025245

Author

Dethloff, K. ; Rinke, A. ; Benkel, A. ; Køltzow, M. ; Sokolova, E. ; Saha, S. Kumar ; Handorf, D. ; Dorn, W. ; Rockel, B. ; von Storch, H. ; Haugen, J. E. ; Røed, L. P. ; Roeckner, E. ; Christensen, J. H. ; Stendel, M. / A dynamical link between the Arctic and the global climate system. I: Geophysical Research Letters. 2006 ; Bind 33, Nr. 3.

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AU - Saha, S. Kumar

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AU - Dorn, W.

AU - Rockel, B.

AU - von Storch, H.

AU - Haugen, J. E.

AU - Røed, L. P.

AU - Roeckner, E.

AU - Christensen, J. H.

AU - Stendel, M.

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