Evolution des saisons des pluies potentiellement utiles au Togo.

Abstract : The pluviometric crisis has been rife in Togo since the 1970. It is characterized by the disorganization of the potentially useful seasons (SPPU). This pejoration is also indicated by the shrinking of the SPPU in the North and big SPPU in the Southern Togo (a very noticeable delay of the rainfall starting date). The analysis confirms the very marked character of the pluviometric deficit of the small Southern SPPU and its tendency to disappear.
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Adewi Essotalani, K.M.S. Badameli, Vincent Dubreuil. Evolution des saisons des pluies potentiellement utiles au Togo.. XXIe Colloque de l'Association Internationale de Climatologie, 2008, Montpellier, France. pp.73-78. ⟨hal-00321449⟩



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