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Update for outdated link to reference Déandreis et al. (2014). #2076

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@katjaweigel katjaweigel commented Mar 9, 2021


The reference for the Diurnal temperature range (recipe_diurnal_temperature_index.yml):
Déandreis C. (IPSL), Braconnot P. (IPSL), Planton S. (CNRMGAME). Study performed for the DALKIA company.
is outdated, i.e. the link leads nowhere.
The french version of this report is now found under:
Déandreis, C., Braconnot, P., and Planton, S.: Impact du changement climatique sur la gestion des réseaux de chaleur., last access 24.02.2021, DALKIA, Étude réalisée pour l'entreprise DALKIA., 2014.

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Looks ok to me!

@bouweandela bouweandela merged commit 60cf548 into main Jun 7, 2021
@bouweandela bouweandela deleted the update_reference_in_docu_deandreis branch June 7, 2021 10:23
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@katjaweigel Next time you need someone to merge something for you, just tag @ESMValGroup/esmvaltool-coreteam and ask, for sure one of these people will be able to help.

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Ok, thanks a lot! The other still need some review first

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Outdated reference Déandreis et al. (2014) in documentation
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