Modeling lakes and reservoirs in the climate system

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MACKAY, Murray D., Patrick J. NEALE, Christopher D. ARP, Lisette N. DE SENERPONT DOMIS, Xing FANG, Gideon GAL, Klaus D. JÖHNK, Georgiy KIRILLIN, John D. LENTERS, Elena LITCHMAN, Sally MACINTYRE, P. MARSH, John MELACK, Wolf M. MOOIJ, Frank PEETERS, Antonia QUESADA, S. Geoffrey SCHLADOW, Martin SCHMID, Christopher SPENCE, S. L. STOKES, 2009. Modeling lakes and reservoirs in the climate system. In: Limnology and Oceanography. 54(6), pp. 2315-2329. eISSN 0024-3590. Available under: doi: 10.4319/lo.2009.54.6_part_2.2315

@article{MacKay2009Model-1229, title={Modeling lakes and reservoirs in the climate system}, year={2009}, doi={10.4319/lo.2009.54.6_part_2.2315}, number={6}, volume={54}, journal={Limnology and Oceanography}, pages={2315--2329}, author={MacKay, Murray D. and Neale, Patrick J. and Arp, Christopher D. and De Senerpont Domis, Lisette N. and Fang, Xing and Gal, Gideon and Jöhnk, Klaus D. and Kirillin, Georgiy and Lenters, John D. and Litchman, Elena and MacIntyre, Sally and Marsh, P. and Melack, John and Mooij, Wolf M. and Peeters, Frank and Quesada, Antonia and Schladow, S. Geoffrey and Schmid, Martin and Spence, Christopher and Stokes, S. L.} }

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