Mountainous Tajikistan located in Central Asia is the region's most vulnerable country with regard to climate conditions. It has been estimated that climate change will make the country's conditions even more difficult. New climate analyses, which are more precise than previously, will make it possible to better assess climate risks and help in being prepared for future conditions.
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Researcher Matti Kämäräinen, tel. +358 50 380 2868, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Senior researcher Ari Venäläinen, tel +358 50 313 7185, email@example.com
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Juha Aalto, Matti Kämäräinen, Muzaffar Shodmonov, Nasimjon Rajabov and AriVenäläinen (2017) Features of Tajikistan's past and future climate. Int. J. Climatol. DOI: 10.1002/joc.5135)
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