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I. Vegetation [in “State of the Climate in 2009”]Author(s): D.A. Walker; U.S. Bhatt; J.C. Comiso; H.E. Epstein; W.A. Gould; G.H.R. Henry; G.J. Jia; S.V. Kokelj; T.C. Lantz; J.A. Mercado-Diaz; J.E. Pinzon; M.K. Raynolds; G.R. Shaver; C.J. Tucker; C.E. Tweedie; P.J. Webber
Source: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 91(6):S114-S116
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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CitationWalker, D.A.; Bhatt, U.S.; Comiso, J.C.; Epstein, H.E.; Gould, W.A.; Henry, G.H.R.; Jia, G.J.; Kokelj,S.V.; Lantz,T.C.; Mercado-Diaz, J.A.; Pinzon, J.E.; Raynolds, M.K.; Shaver, G.R.; Tucker, C.J.; Tweedie, C.E.; Webber, P.J. 2010. I. Vegetation [in “State of the Climate in 2009”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 91(6):S114-S116.
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