Regional climate change of the greater Zambezi River Basin: A hybrid assessment
AbstractProjections of regional changes in seasonal surface-air temperature and precipitation for the eastern and western Zambezi River Basin regions are presented. These projections are cast in a probabilistic context based on a numerical hybridization technique
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Date of creation: 2013
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Zambezi; regional; climate; change; risk;
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