Articles | Volume 10, issue 17
13 Sep 2010
 | 13 Sep 2010

Temperature variability and trends in the UT-LS over a subtropical site: Reunion (20.8° S, 55.5° E)

N. Bègue, H. Bencherif, V. Sivakumar, G. Kirgis, N. Mze, and J. Leclair de Bellevue

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