Prediction of West African Cropland Dynamics under Climate Scenarios Context

Abstract : Under the current alarmist predictions in West Africa's global warming, differences in socio-political settings and biophysical characteristics are likely the key drivers to account for to devise resilient land use practices to increase crop production. A study was conducted to assess the aggregated impact of populations and climate change on food security in West Africa, using cropland as a proxy.
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Mahamadou Belem, Akeem Olaniyi, Mehdi Saqalli, Bruno Barbier, Hosea K. Mande, et al.. Prediction of West African Cropland Dynamics under Climate Scenarios Context. Confeerence Wascal Science Symposium, Jun 2018, Accra, Ghana. ⟨hal-01996497⟩

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