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Uploaded on Saturday 25 Feb 2012
Climate change in Zimbabwe: trends in temperature and rainfall
Philippe Rekacewicz, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
Zimbabwe is experiencing more hot days and fewer cold days, and the amount of precipitation it receives is deviating from the mean more frequently. This resource includes two graphics. The first shows the number of days with a minimum temperature of 12 degrees Celsius and the number of days with a minimum temperature of 30 degrees Celsius from 1950 to 1990. The second graphic shows the amount of precipitation in millimetres that was a departure from the long-term mean amount for the time period 1910 to 2000.