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Classification of precipitation anomalies in the Rio Grande do Sul in ENSO events in the 20th century

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Title
Classification of precipitation anomalies in the Rio Grande do Sul in ENSO events in the 20th century
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Sociedade & Natureza, January 2023
DOI 10.14393/sn-v35-2023-66073
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Pedro Teixeira Valente, Denilson Ribeiro Viana, Francisco Eliseu Aquino, Jefferson Cardia Simões

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#17,301,727
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