Tiro Nkemelang
Tiro Nkemelang
PhD Candidate, University of Cape Town; Ass-Researcher, BITRI-Botswana
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Temperature and precipitation extremes under current, 1.5 C and 2.0 C global warming above pre-industrial levels over Botswana, and implications for climate change vulnerability
T Nkemelang, M New, M Zaroug
Environmental Research Letters 13 (6), 065016, 2018
Temperature and rainfall extremes change under current and future global warming levels across Indian climate zones
A Yaduvanshi, T Nkemelang, R Bendapudi, M New
Weather and Climate Extremes 31, 100291, 2021
Nature-based solutions in mountain catchments reduce impact of anthropogenic climate change on drought streamflow
PB Holden, AJ Rebelo, P Wolski, RC Odoulami, KA Lawal, J Kimutai, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 3 (1), 1-12, 2022
Nature-Based Solutions in Mountain Catchments Reduce Impact of Anthropogenic Climate Change on Hydrological Drought Severity
P Holden, A Rebelo, P Wolski, R Odoulami, KA Lawal, J Kimutai, ...
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