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Climate Change and Alternative Cropping Patterns in Lower Seyhan Irrigation Project: A Regional Simulation Analysis with MRI-GCM and CCSR-GCM

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  • Chieko UMETSU
  • K. PALANISAMI
  • Ziya COSKUN
  • Sevgi DONMA
  • Takanori NAGANO
  • Yoichi FUJIHARA
  • Kenji TANAKA

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  • Chieko UMETSU & K. PALANISAMI & Ziya COSKUN & Sevgi DONMA & Takanori NAGANO & Yoichi FUJIHARA & Kenji TANAKA, 2010. "Climate Change and Alternative Cropping Patterns in Lower Seyhan Irrigation Project: A Regional Simulation Analysis with MRI-GCM and CCSR-GCM," Regional and Urban Modeling 284100043, EcoMod.
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