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  • Archer van Garderen, Emma RM; Conrad, J; Munch, Z; Opperman, D; Tadross, M; Venter, J (Taylor and Francis, 2009-06)
    Progress in the area of international climate negotiation has been the site of substantively increased activity of late, yet the task of utilizing appropriate spatial scale climate change projections to understand climate ...
  • Davis, Claire L; Engelbrecht, Francois A; Tadross, M; Wolski, P; Archer, Emma RM (AFRICAN SUN MeDIA, 2017-10)
    This chapter presents key messages drawn from recent subsets of future climate projections for the southern Africa region. Material in this chapter is drawn from Chapter 3 of Climate Risk and Vulnerability: A Handbook for ...
  • Lotter, D; Valentine, AJ; Van Garderen, EA; Tadross, M (Elsevier, 2014-07)
    Aspalathus linearis (rooibos) is a medicinally and economically useful shrub which is endemic to the Mediterranean west coast region of South Africa. Species distribution modelling indicates potentially severe consequences ...
  • Tadross, M; Engelbrecht, Francois A; Jack, C; Wolski, P; Davis, Claire L (CSIR, 2017-10)
    Since the first edition of the Climate Risk and Vulnerability Handbook for Southern Africa, significant progress has been made in projecting and understanding climate change for the region, providing an increasingly robust ...
  • Tadross, M; Davis, C; Engelbrecht, F; Joubert, A; Archer van Garderen, E (CSIR., 2011-11)
    In this chapter, the authors provide projections of regional climate change so that decision-makers can better understand the nature of the projected changes, and how to take this into account when formulating and implementing ...
  • Landman, WA; Tadross, M; Engelbrecht, F; Archer van Garderen, E; Joubert, A (CSIR, 2011-11)
    In southern Africa, seasonal rainfall and temperature forecasts have been made for almost two decades already and these forecasts have been developed to improve the ability of users to cope with fluctuations in rainfall ...
  • Lötter, D; Archer van Garderen, Emma RM; Tadross, M; Valentine, AJ (CSIRO Publishing, 2014-04)
    Rooibos tea is a unique health enhancing beverage made from a shrub-like bush which grows only in the Cederberg mountains of the Western Cape, South Africa. The area has a semi-arid climate and infertile soils which makes ...