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A climate trend analysis of Chad

Long-term reduction in rainfall and increasing temperature threaten Chad's future food production prospects; combined with rapid population growth and zones of substantial conflict, increasing numbers of people will be at risk.

by Funk, Chris; Rowland, James; Adoum, Alkhalil; Eilerts, Gary; and White, Libby
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2012-3070
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Agriculture, Air temperature, Climate change, Climatology, Culture and demographics, Effects of climate change, Interagency programs, Population (human), Precipitation (atmospheric)
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