Forest Resources in Europe 1950–1990

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Storm intensity Figure 5 shows the complete time series of the 56 storms we consider in this work. Figure 5. Additional Information How to cite this article : Gregow, H. Supplementary Material Supplementary Information: Click here to view. Footnotes The authors declare no competing financial interests. Storminess over the North Atlantic and northwestern Europe — A review.

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