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Kolawole, O.D., Wolski, P., Ngwenya, B. and Mmopelwa, G. 2014. Ethno-meteorology and scientific weather forecasting: Small farmers and scientists’ perspectives on climate variability in the Okavango Delta, BotswanaClimate Risk Management

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Lawal, K.A.,  Stone, D.A.,  Aina, T.,  Rye, C. and Abiodun, B.J. 2014. Trends in the potential spread of seasonal climate simulations over South Africa. International Journal of Climatology.  DOI: 10.1002/joc.4234

Lotter D., Archer van Garderen E., Tadross M., Valentine A.J. 2014 in press. Seasonal variation in the nitrogen nutrition and carbon assimilation in wild and cultivated Aspalathus linearis (rooibos tea). Australian Journal of Botany

Lotter D., Valentine A.J., Archer van Garderen E., Tadross M. 2014. Physiological responses of a fynbos legume, Aspalathus linearis to drought stress. South African Journal of Botany. 94. 218-223

Matthew, O.J, Abiodun, B.J, and Salami, A.T. 2014. Modelling the impacts of climate variability on crop yields in Nigeria: performance evaluation of RegCM3‐GLAM system. Meteorological Applications

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Mounkaila, M.S, Abiodun, B.J, and Omotosho, J.B 2014. Assessing the capability of CORDEX models in simulating onset of rainfall in West Africa. Theoretical and Applied Climatology

Murray-Hudson, M., Wolski, P., Cassidy, L., Brown, M.T., Thito, K., Kashe, K., Mosimanyana, E., 2014. Remote Sensing-derived hydroperiod as a predictor of floodplain vegetation composition. Wetl. Ecol. Manag.

Murray-Hudson, M., Wolski, P., Murray-Hudson, F., Brown, M.T., Kashe, K. 2014. Disaggregating Hydroperiod: Components of the Seasonal Flood Pulse as Drivers of Plant Species Distribution in Floodplains of a Tropical WetlandWetlands

Nzotungicimpaye, C-M, Abiodun, B.J, and Steyn, D.G. 2014. Tropospheric ozone and its regional transport over Cape Town. Atmospheric Environment. 87, 228-238

Oguntunde, P.G., Lischeid, G., Abiodun, B.J., and Dietrich, O. 2014. Analysis of spatial and temporal patterns in onset, cessation and length of growing season in NigeriaAgricultural and Forest Meteorology 194 (2014): 77-87

K. Thito, K., Wolski, P. and Murray-Hudson, M. 2014. Spectral reflectance of floodplain vegetation communities of the Okavango DeltaWetlands Ecology and Management. DOI 10.1007/s11273-014-9403-1.

Tozuka, T., Abiodun B.J., and Engelbrecht, F.A. 2014. Impacts of convection schemes on simulating tropical-temperate troughs over southern AfricaClimate Dynamics, 42(1-2), 433-451

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Hussen Seid Endris, Philip Omondi, Suman Jain, Christopher Lennard, Bruce Hewitson, Ladislaus Chang’a, J. L. Awange, Alessandro Dosio, Patrick Ketiem, Grigory Nikulin, Hans-Jürgen Panitz, Matthias Büchner, Frode Stordal, Lukiya Tazalika. 2013. Assessment of the Performance of CORDEX Regional Climate Models in Simulating Eastern Africa RainfallJournal of Climate

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Kalognomou, E., Lennard, C., Shongwe, M., Pinto, I., Favre, A., Kent, M., Hewitson, B., Dosio, A., Nikulin, G., Panitz, H. and  Büchner, M. 2013. A diagnostic evaluation of precipitation in CORDEX models over southern Africa. Journal of Climate.

Kim J, Waliser DE, Mattmann C, Goodale C, Hart A, Zimdars P, Crichton D, Jones C, Nikulin G, Hewitson B, Jack C, Lennard C, Favre A. 2013. Evaluation of the surface climatology in the CORDEX-Africa multi-RCM hindcast experiment using the JPL-UCLA Regional Climate Model Evaluation System (RCMES). Climate Dynamics.

MacKellar, N.C.,  S. J. Dadson M. New, and P. Wolski. 2013. Evaluation of the JULES land surface model in simulating catchment hydrology in Southern AfricaHydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss.,10, 11093–11128

Mladenov, N., Wolski, P., Hettiarachchi, G.M., Murray-Hudson, M., Enriquez, H., Damaraju, S., Galkaduwa, M.B., McKnight, D.M., Masamba, W., 2013. Abiotic and biotic factors influencing the mobility of arsenic in groundwater of a through-flow island in the Okavango Delta, BotswanaJ. Hydrol.

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Favre A, Hewitson B, Lennard C, Cerezo-Mota R, Tadross M. 2012. Cut-off Lows in the South African region and their contribution to precipitation. Climate Dynamics.

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Mahongo, S.B., Francis, J. and Osima, E. 2012. Wind Patterns of Coastal Tanzania: Their Variability and TrendsWestern Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science 10 (2) 107-120.

Oguntunde, P.G., Abiodun, B.J. and Lischeid 2012. Spatial and temporal temperature trends in Nigeria, 1901-2000. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 118, 95-105

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Stott, P. A., N. P. Gillett, G. C. Hegerl, D. J. Karoly, D. A. Stone, X. Zhang and F. Zwiers. 2010. Detection and attribution of climate change: a regional perspectiveWiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 1, 10.1002/wcc.34.

M. Tadross, I. Oliveira, M. Mdoka, F. Tummon, G. Maure, N. MacKellar, N. Browne, O. Crespo, S. Hachigonta, B. Hewitson, Modelling the influence of vegetation, soil moisture and aerosols on early summer Southern African climate, Water Research Commission report no 1681/1/10, ISBN 978-1-77005-976-4, May 2010, South Africa.

Ziervogel, G. and P. Ericksen. 2010. Adapting to climate change to sustain food securityWIRES Climate Change, 1, 525-540.

Ziervogel, G., P. Johnston, M. Matthew and P. Mukheibir. 2010. Using climate information for supporting climate change adaptation in water resource management in South AfricaClimatic Change, 103, 537-554, 10.1007/s10584-009-9771-3.

Ziervogel, G., M. Shale and M. Du. 2010. Climate change adaptation in a developing country context: the case of urban water supply in Cape TownClimate and Development, 2, 94-110.


Archer, E.R.M. and Tadross, M.A. 2009. Climate change and desertification in South Africa – science and response. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 26: 127-131.

Archer, E.R.M., Conrad,J., Munch, Z., Opperman, D., Tadross, M.A. and Venter, J. 2009. Climate change, groundwater and intensive commercial farming in the semi-arid northern Sandveld, South Africa. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences, 6(2): 139-155.

Lumsden, D.B., Schulze, R.E. and Hewitson, B.C. 2009. Evaluation of potential changes in hydrological relevant statistics of rainfall in Southern Africa under conditions of climate change. Water SA, 35: 649-656 .

MacKellar, N. C., M. A. Tadross and B. C. Hewitson. 2009. Effects of vegetation map change in MM5 simulations of southern Africa’s summer climateInternational Journal of Climatology, 29, 885-898. 

O’Brien, K., T. Quinlan and G. Ziervogel. 2009. Vulnerability interventions in the context of multiple stressors: lessons from the Southern Africa Vulnerability Initiative (SAVI)Environmental Science and Policy, 12, 23-32. 

Steynor, A, Hewitson, B and Tadross, M. 2009. Projections of Future Runoff in the Breede River under Climate Change.  Water SA. 35: 433-440. 

Stone, D. A., M. R. Allen, P. A. Stott, P. Pall, S.-K. Min, T. Nozawa and S. Yukimoto. 2009. The detection and attribution of human influence on climateAnnual Review of Environment and Resources, 34, 1-16. 

Tadross, M., P. Suarez, A. Lotsch, S. Hachigonta, M. Mdoka, L. Unganai, F. Lucio, D. Kamdonyo and M. Muchinda. 2009. Growing-season rainfall and scenarios of future change in southeast Africa: implications for cultivating maizeClimate Research, 40, 147-161.

Wilby, R. L., J. Troni, Y. Biot, K. Tedd, B. C. Hewitson, D. M. Smith and R. T. Sutton. 2009. A review of climate risk information for adaptation and development planningInternational Journal of Climatology, 29, 1193-1215.

Ziervogel, G. and F. Zermoglio. 2009. Climate change scenarios and the development of adaptation strategies in Africa: challenges and opportunitiesClimate Research, 40, 133-146. 


Hachigonta, S., Reason, C.J.C. and Tadross, M.A. 2008. An analysis of onset date and rainy season duration over Zambia. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 91: 229-243. 

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Suarez, P., F. Ching, G. Ziervogel, I. Lemaire, D. Turnquest, J. Mendler de Suarez and B. Wisner. 2008. Video-mediated approaches for community-level climate adaptationIDS Bulletin, 39, 96-104. 

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Ziervogel, G. and S. Drimie. 2008. The integration of support for HIV and AIDS and livelihood security: district level institutional analysis in southern AfricaPopulation and Environment, 28, 3-4.

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Mukheibir, P. and G. Ziervogel. 2007. Developing a municipal adaptation plan (MAP) for climate change: the City of Cape TownEnvironment and Urbanisation, 19, 143-158. 

Thomas, D. S. G., C. Twyman, H. Osbahr and B. Hewitson. 2007. Adaptation to climate change and variability: farmer responses to intra-seasonal precipitation trends in South AfricaClimatic Change, 83, 301-322.


Hachigonta, S. and C. J. C. Reason. 2006. Interannual variability in dry and wet spell characteristics over ZambiaClimate Research, 32, 49-62. 

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Reason, C. J. C., F. Engelbrecht, W. A. Landman, J. R. E. Lutjeharms, S. Piketh, C. J. de W. Rautenbach and B. C. Hewitson. 2006. A review of South African research in atmospheric science and physical oceanography during 2000-2005South African Journal of Science, 102, 35-45. 

Ziervogel, G., S. Bharwani and T. E. Downing. 2006. Adapting to climate variability: pumpkins, people and policyNatural Resources Forum, 30, 294-305.


Bharwani, S., M. Bithell, T. E. Downing, M. New, R. Washington and G. Ziervogel. 2005. Multi-agent modelling of climate outlooks and food security on a community garden scheme in Limpopo, South AfricaPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 360, 2183-2194.

Hewitson, B. C. and R. G. Crane. 2005. Gridded area-averaged daily precipitation via conditional interpolationJournal of Climate, 18, 41-57.

Midgley, G. F., R. A. Chapman, B. Hewitson, P. Johnston, M. De Wit, G. Ziervogel, P. Mukheibir, L. Van Niekerk, M. Tadross, B. W. Van Wilgen, B. Kgope, P. D. Morant, A. Theron, R. J. Scholes and G. G. Forsyth. 2005. A status quo, vulnerability and adaptation assessment of the physical and socio-economic effects of climate change in the Western CapeCSIR Report No. ENV-S-C 2005-073.

Reason, C. J. C., S. Hachigonta and R. F. Phaladi. 2005. Interannual variability in rainy season characteristics over the Limpopo region of southern AfricaInternational Journal of Climatology, 25, 1835-1853.

Tadross, M., C. Jack and B. Hewitson. 2005. On RCM-based projections of change in southern African summer climateGeophysical Research Letters, 32, L23713, 10.1029/2005GL024460.


Ziervogel, G. 2004. Targeting seasonal climate forecasts for integration into household level decisions: the case of smallholder farmers in LesothoThe Geographical Journal, 170, 6-21.

Ziervogel, G. and T. E. Downing. 2004. Stakeholder networks: improving seasonal climate forecastsClimatic Change, 65, 73-101. 


Hewitson, B. 2003. Developing perturbations for climate change impact assessmentsEos, 84, 337-341.

New, M., R. Washington, C. Jack and B. Hewitson. 2003. Sensitivity of southern African climate to soil-moistureCLIVAR Exchanges, 8, 45-47.


Barrable, A., M. E. Meadows and B. C. Hewitson. 2002. Environmental reconstruction and climate modelling of the Late Quaternary in the winter rainfall region of the Western Cape, South AfricaSouth African Journal of Science, 98, 611-616.

Hewitson, B. C. and R. G. Crane. 2002. Self-organising maps: applications to synoptic climatologyClimate Research, 22, 13-26.