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Sensivity of Crop Yields to Temperature and Rainfall Daily Metrics in Senegal

Abdou Kader Toure, Moussa Diakhaté, Amadou Thierno Gaye, Mbaye Diop, Ousmane Ndiaye

American Journal of Rural Development. 2020, 8(1), 1-11 doi:10.12691/ajrd-8-1-1
  • Table 1. Presentation of the most commonly used groundnut varieties and according to their cycle
  • Table 2. Presentation of the most commonly used millet varieties and according to their cycle
  • Table 3. Summary of the calculated rainfall indices and their respective extremes
  • Table 4. Summary of the results obtained by the Stepwisefit method, which defines the metrics likely to contribute to the regression. In red are metrics that were not correlated on their own, in bold are metrics that alone already contribute to agricultural productivity of millet or groundnut yields. In yellow, the metrics selected by the indicator selection method for regression
  • Table 5. Comparison of Onset and Offset (left) and NRR (right) metrics of dry and wet years for six departments for the period 1960 to 2011