Forecasting spore concentrations: A time series approach

@article{Stephen1990ForecastingSC,
  title={Forecasting spore concentrations: A time series approach},
  author={E. Haggerty Stephen and Adrian E. Raffery and Paul Dowding},
  journal={International Journal of Biometeorology},
  year={1990},
  volume={34},
  pages={87-89}
}
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