Articles | Volume 369
11 Jun 2015
 | 11 Jun 2015

Climate noise effect on uncertainty of hydrological extremes: numerical experiments with hydrological and climate models

A. N. Gelfan, V. A. Semenov, and Yu. G. Motovilov

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