Articles | Volume 6, issue 1
31 Jan 2011
 | 31 Jan 2011

Newest developments of ACMANT

P. Domonkos, R. Poza, and D. Efthymiadis

Related subject area

Atmospheric measurements from local to regional scale: a data source for climate studies and model validation
Homogenising time series: beliefs, dogmas and facts
P. Domonkos
Adv. Sci. Res., 6, 167–172,,, 2011

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