DOI:10.1002/JOC.3676
Corpus ID: 131432452
Prediction of long‐term monthly air temperature using geographical inputs
O. Kisi, J. Shiri
Published 2014

Environmental Science
International Journal of Climatology
Air temperature as a major climatic component is important in land evaluation, water resources planning and management, irrigation scheduling and agro-hydrologic planning. In this paper, the… Expand
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