Importance of El Niño reproducibility for reconstructing historical CO2 flux variations in the equatorial Pacific

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  1. Hiroaki Tatebe
  2. Hiroshi Koyama
  3. Tomohiro Hajima
  4. Masahiro Watanabe
  5. Michio Kawamiya

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Description: This page contains postprocessing scripts used for the manuscript entitled "Importance of El Niño reproducibility for reconstructing historical CO2 flux variations in the equatorial Pacific" by Michio Watanabe et al. The data used in the figures in the manuscript is also included.

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