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Mawren, D., R. Blamey, J. Hermes and C.J.C. Reason, 2022: On the importance of the Mozambique Channel for the climate of southeastern Africa. Climate Dyn., doi.org/10.1007/s00382-022-06334-w
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Ngubane, D., Parrini, F., de Lemos, H. and Ernst, Y., 2022. Matching land surface phenology with the phenology of net ecosystem exchange (NEE) in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment, 28, p.100840.
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Raubenheimer, S.L., Simpson, K., Carkeek, R. and Ripley, B., 2022. Could CO2-induced changes to C4 grass flammability aggravate savanna woody encroachment? African Journal of Range & Forage Science, 39(1), pp.82-95.
Raubenheimer, S.L. and Ripley, B.S., 2022. CO2‐stimulation of savanna tree seedling growth depends on interactions with local drivers. Journal of Ecology, 110(5), pp.1090-1101.
Ripley, B.S., Bopape, T.M. and Vetter, S., 2022. A doubling of atmospheric CO2 mitigates the effects of severe drought on maize through the preservation of soil water. Annals of Botany, 129(5), pp.607-618.
Ripley, B.S., Raubenheimer, S.L., Perumal, L., Anderson, M., Mostert, E., Kgope, B.S., Midgley, G.F. and Simpson, K.J., 2022. CO2‐fertilisation enhances resilience to browsing in the recruitment phase of an encroaching savanna tree. Functional Ecology, 36(12), pp.3223-3233.
Thoithi, W., Blamey, R. and C.J.C. Reason, 2023: April 2022 floods over east coast South Africa: Interactions between a mesoscale convective System and a coastal meso-low. Atmosphere, 14, 78. https://doi.org/10.3390/ atmos14010078.
van Blerk, J.J., West, A.G., Smit, J., Altwegg, R. and Hoffman, M.T., 2022. UAVs improve detection of seasonal growth responses during post-fire shrubland recovery. Landscape Ecology, 37(12), pp.3179-3199. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-022-01535-4.
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De Kock, W.M., R.C. Blamey and C.J.C. Reason, 2021: Large summer rainfall events and their importance in mitigating droughts over the South Western Cape, South Africa. J. Hydrometeorology, 22, 587-599. https://doi.org/10.1175/JHM-D-20-0123.1
Engelbrecht C.J., Phakula S., Landman W.A., Engelbrecht F.A.. (2021). Subseasonal deterministic prediction skill of low-level geopotential height affecting southern Africa. Weather and Forecasting, 36, 195-205, doi: 10.1175/WAF-D-20-0008.1.
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Longandjo, G.N.T. and Rouault, M., 2020. On the structure of the regional-scale circulation over central Africa: seasonal evolution, variability, and mechanisms. Journal of Climate, 33(1), pp.145-162.
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Smit, A.J., Fitchett, J.M., Engelbrecht, F.A., Scholes, R.J., Dzhivhuho, G. and Sweijd, N.A., 2020. Winter is coming: a southern hemisphere perspective of the environmental drivers of SARS-CoV-2 and the potential seasonality of COVID-19. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(16), p.5634.
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Zaitchik, B.F., Sweijd, N., Shumake-Guillemot, J., Morse, A., Gordon, C., Marty, A., Trtanj, J., Luterbacher, J., Botai, J., Behera, S. and Lu, Y., 2020. A framework for research linking weather, climate and COVID-19. Nature Communications, 11(1), p.5730.
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Egbebiyi, T.S., Crespo, O. and Lennard, C., 2019. Defining crop–climate departure in West Africa: improved understanding of the timing of future changes in crop suitability. Climate, 7(9), p.101.
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