Геофизические процессы и биосфера: статья

A. Грейф1
Ф. Хайдер2
1 Геофизический исследовательский центр, Потсдам, Германия
2 Институт общей и прикладной геофизики Мюнхенского университета, Мюнхен, Германия
Журнал: Геофизические процессы и биосфера
Том: 8
Номер: 4
Год: 2009
Страницы: 35-46
Ключевые слова: геомагнитная активность, глобальная тропосферная температура, глобальное потепление
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