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126 Spreading of warm ocean waters around Greenland as a possible cause
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178 Numerical experiments on subaqueous melting of Greenland tidewater
179 glaciers in response to ocean warming and enhanced subglacial
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191 singular vectors of the North Atlantic climate with implications for
192 linear predictability and variability. Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 138,
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