Pan evaporation : An example of the detection and attribution of trends in climate variables

@inproceedings{Gifford2005PanE,
  title={Pan evaporation : An example of the detection and attribution of trends in climate variables},
  author={Roger M. Gifford and Graham D Farquhar and Neville Nicholls and M. L. Roderick and Michael Hutchinson and J. J. Sharples and Jennifer Kesteven and Manuel N{\'u}{\~n}ez},
  year={2005}
}

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