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Araujo Bonjean, C., Quirion, P. & Simonet, C. 2009. Impact of the Monsoon on the Grain Markets in a Sahelian country: Case Study of Millet in Burkina Faso. Work presented at Third International AMMA Conference, July 20—24, at Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.  Last Edited by: roussot   v        published
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Berg, A., Quirion, P. & Sultan, B. (2009) Weather-Index Drought Insurance in Burkina-Faso: Assessment of Its Potential Interest to Farmers. IN Weather, Climate and Society, 1. 71–84.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Blanc, E., Quirion, P. & Strobl, E. (2006) The climatic determinants of cotton yields: Evidence from a plot in West Africa. IN Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 148. 1093–1100.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Leblois, A. & Quirion, P. 2009. Agricultural insurances based on weather indexes: realizations, methods and barriers to their development in Western Africa. Work presented at Third International AMMA Conference, July 20—24, at Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.   Added by: roussot   v        published
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Roudier, P., Quirion, P. & Sultan, B. 2009. How can seasonal climate forecasts change agricultural decisions? A case study on millet producers in Niger. Work presented at Third International AMMA Conference, July 20—24, at Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.   Added by: roussot   v        published
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Roudier, P., Sultan, B., Quirion, P., Baron, C., Alhassane, A., Traoré, S. B. & Muller, B. (2010) An ex-ante evaluation of seasonal forecasting for millet growers in SW Niger. IN International Journal of Climatology, .   Added by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        submitted
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Sultan, B., Bella-Medjo, M., Berg, A., Quirion, P. & Janicot, S. (2010) Multi-scales and multi-sites analyses of the role of rainfall in cotton yields in West Africa. IN International Journal of Climatology, 30. 58–71.   Added by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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