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A Review of the impact of climate change on African lake productivity
The African Great Lakes are renowned as one of the world's most important aquatic ecosystems from the point of view of water resources, food security, socio-economic activities, biodiversity and carbon cycling. The livelihoods ...
African lake management initiatives: The global connection
There is a global dimension to lake management in Africa and elsewhere that will require a concerted action not only from individual riparian states, but also from regional, continental and global communities. The current ...
Vulnerability to climate change in three hot spots in Africa and Asia: key issues for policy-relevant adaptation and resilience-building research
Providing sound evidence to inform decision-making that considers the needs of the most vulnerable to climate change will help both adaptation and development efforts. Such evidence is particularly important in climate ...
Drought monitoring in Kenya: A case of Tana River County
Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) is used to assess past, present and projected drought conditions while Mann Kendall trend test and coefficient of variability is used for trend analysis. Observed data from National ...