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Soil freeze depth variability across Eurasia during 1850–2100

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Soil freeze depth variability across Eurasia during 1850–2100
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Climatic Change, December 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10584-019-02586-4
Authors

Xiaoqing Peng, Tingjun Zhang, Oliver W. Frauenfeld, Ran Du, Qing Wei, Benben Liang

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#12,455,999
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#4,822
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#215,240
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#69
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