Lake Malawi’s threshold behaviour: A stakeholder-informed model to simulate sensitivity to climate change

@article{Bhave2020LakeMT,
  title={Lake Malawi’s threshold behaviour: A stakeholder-informed model to simulate sensitivity to climate change},
  author={Ajay Gajanan Bhave and Lauren Bulcock and Suraje Dessai and Declan Conway and Graham Jewitt and Andrew John Dougill and Seshagiri Rao Kolusu and David Mkwambisi},
  journal={Journal of Hydrology},
  year={2020},
  volume={584},
  pages={124671}
}
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