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Hannes Rautenbach

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Background Information

Employment History

Doctor

San Antonio Water System


Chief Research Scientist

South African Weather Service (SAWS)


Associate Professor

Centre for Human Rights


Affiliations

Global Forecasting Centre for Southern Africa

Committee Member


Web References(12 Total References)


Actes de Congrès 2012 et rapport du Congrès

afsta.org [cached]

Role of the seed industry in facing the challenges of the climate change - Prof. Hannes Rautenbach, University of Pretoria


Role of the seed industry in facing the challenges of the climate change

afsta.org [cached]

Role of the seed industry in facing the challenges of the climate change by Prof. Hannes Rautenbach, University of Pretoria


Farm Radio Weekly

weekly.farmradio.org [cached]

Professor Hannes Rautenbach from the University of Pretoria says, "The rain belt over Uganda will shift.


www.ipsnews.net

Professor Hannes Rautenbach from the University of Pretoria, and one of the authors of the report, told IPS that temperatures are projected to rise by +2°C in the next 50 years, and by +2.5°C in about 80 years.
This, he said, would alter rainfall patterns over Africa's biggest fresh water lake that is shared by the East African countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania. Changes in sea surface temperatures in distant tropical oceans will strongly influence annual rainfall amounts and timing, Rautenbach said. He said expected changes of plus or minus 10 percent from present annual rainfall totals may seem minimal, but it's the shift in water patterns that are of concern. "The rain belt over Uganda will shift, in that areas like in the Northwest and Western regions, which have been receiving minimal rains, will receive more rains compared to the Lake Victoria region," Rautenbach explained.


www.dehai.org

Professor Hannes Rautenbach from the University of
influence annual rainfall amounts and timing, Rautenbach said. He said more rains compared to the Lake Victoria region, Rautenbach explained.


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