American Journal of Climate Change

American Journal of Climate Change

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"Case Study: ENSO Events, Rainfall Variability and the Potential of SOI for the Seasonal Precipitation Predictions in Iran"
written by Gheiby Abolhasan, Noorafshan Maryam,
published by American Journal of Climate Change, Vol.2 No.1, 2013
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