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A Climate Trend Analysis of Burkina Faso

Summer rains have remained steady over the past 20 years, but are less than historic highs. Temperature has increased, and while the farmland per person is decreasing, population growth has been offset with improved yields.

by Funk, Chris; Rowland, James; Eilerts, Gary; Adoum, Alkhalil; and White, Libby
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2012-3084
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Agriculture, Climate change, Climatology, Culture and demographics, Effects of climate change, Interagency programs, Population (human), Precipitation (atmospheric)
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