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The North Atlantic Oscillation, Surface Current Velocities, and SST Changes in the Subpolar North Atlantic

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            Journal
            Journal of Climate
            J. Climate
            American Meteorological Society
            0894-8755
            1520-0442
            July 2003
            July 2003
            : 16
            : 14
            : 2355-2369
            10.1175/2787.1
            © 2003
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