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Changes in dryness/wetness in China during the last 529 years


, : Changes in dryness/wetness in China during the last 529 years. International Journal of Climatology 20(9): 1003-1015

Historical written records of weather conditions that affect agriculture and living conditions in China can serve as a proxy for instrumental observations of the relative wetness and dryness, or precipitation amounts, for periods of time dating back to at least AD 1470.

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DOI: 10.1002/1097-0088(200007)20:9<1003::aid-joc529>3.0.co;2-s


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