Drought in the African Sahel : long term perspectives and future prospects

  title={Drought in the African Sahel : long term perspectives and future prospects},
  author={Nick Brooks},
Tyndall working papers are "work in progress". Whilst they are commented on by Tyndall researchers, they have not been subject to a full peer review. The accuracy of this work and the conclusions reached are the responsibility of the author(s) alone and not the Tyndall Centre. Summary The African Sahel experienced a prolonged dry episode in the latter decades of the twentieth century, characterised by years in which annual rainfall totals were consistently below the long term mean for the… CONTINUE READING
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