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Research outputs: DROUGHTS
The severity and frequency of climate change-induced weather events pose a serious threat to livelihoods in rural Africa where crop producti...
The extreme drought that affected Cape Town in 2016???18 was unprecedented for a major metropolitan region in South Africa. Ameliorative int...Download this report
An extreme drought event occurred in the Western Cape when the mean level of water supply dams declined to 28% of capacity in August 2017. O...