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Volume 4, issue 2
The Cryosphere, 4, 231–242, 2010
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-4-231-2010
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The Cryosphere, 4, 231–242, 2010
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Research article 29 Jun 2010

Research article | 29 Jun 2010

Runoff and mass-balance simulations from the Greenland Ice Sheet at Kangerlussuaq (Søndre Strømfjord) in a 30-year perspective, 1979–2008

S. H. Mernild et al.

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