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Highlights conceptual models for coupling biophysical and social responses with climate change scenarios across various scales
Examines numerous step-by-step procedures for integrated assessment of climate change on agriculture, water resources, land use, and aquatic ecosystems
Presents special case study results and experiences from different parts of Africa with relevance to sustainability
About the Author
Jonathan I. Matondo is a Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources Planning and Management at the Univ. of Swaziland in the Department of Geography, Environmental science and Planning. His areas of expertise are: Hydrology, hydraulics, computer applications in hydraulics, hydrology, water resources management and modeling of climate change issues.