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Agrohydrological sensitivity analyses with regard to projected climate change in Southern Africa.

@inproceedings{Lowe1997AgrohydrologicalSA,
  title={Agrohydrological sensitivity analyses with regard to projected climate change in Southern Africa.},
  author={Kerry Lynne. Lowe},
  year={1997}
}
  • Kerry Lynne. Lowe
  • Published 1997
  • Environmental Science
  • Climate change resulting from the augmented "greenhouse effect" is likely to have significant effects on the terrestrial hydrological system and the social and ecological systems linked to it. Climate change could potentially affect inputs to the agrohydrological system such as rainfall, temperature and potential evaporation; processes within the system such as vegetation dynamics and crop production; and hydrological responses such as runoff, recharge of soil water into the vadose zone and net… CONTINUE READING

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