A comparison of two statistical methods for spatial interpolation of Canadian monthly mean climate data
Two methods for elevation-dependent spatial interpolation of climatic data from sparse weather station networks were compared. Thirty-year monthly mean minimum and maximum temperature and precipitation data from regions in western and eastern Canada were
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