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Kerry H. Cook and Edward K. Vizy

. , 138 , 2608 – 2623 . Herrmann , S. M. , and K. I. Mohr , 2011 : A continental-scale classification of rainfall seasonality regimes in Africa based on gridded precipitation and land surface temperature products . J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol. , 50 , 2504 – 2513 . Hession , S. L. , and N. Moore , 2011 : A spatial regression analysis of the influence of topography on monthly rainfall in east Africa . Int. J. Climatol. , 31 , 1440 – 1456 . Hong , S.-Y. , Y. Noh , and J. Dudhia

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Mimi Stith, Alessandra Giannini, John del Corral, Susana Adamo, and Alex de Sherbinin

1. Introduction a. Definitions of the Sahel The Sahel is a large and multifaceted region of sub-Saharan Africa. The climate and ecology, history, and political organization of Sahelian countries are diverse and dynamic ( Raynaut et al. 1997 ). Historically, scholarly investigations of the Sahel have revolved around three subjects: the ancient kingdoms and trade routes, the legacy of colonialism and the formation of the modern nation state, and the drivers and impacts of the harsh environment

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Rahul S. Todmal

years) hydrological (rainfall, discharge and groundwater level) data are available. Among the selected river basins, the Sina (12 365 km 2 ) and Karha (1141 km 2 ) are the largest and smallest basins, respectively. b. Climate and agricultural setting The selected river basins drain part of Madhya Maharashtra Subdivision and experience a semiarid tropical monsoon (Köppen classification Bsh) type of climate ( IMD 2005 ). Being a part of the rain shadow zone of the Western Ghats, the selected basins

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