High-resolution palaeoclimatic records for the last millennium: interpretation, integration and comparison with General Circulation Model control-run temperatures

@article{Jones1998HighresolutionPR,
  title={High-resolution palaeoclimatic records for the last millennium: interpretation, integration and comparison with General Circulation Model control-run temperatures},
  author={P. D. Jones and K. R. Briffa and Tim P. Barnett and Simon F. B. Tett},
  journal={The Holocene},
  year={1998},
  volume={8},
  pages={455 - 471}
}
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