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The vegetation fraction over the Ethiopian highlands exhibits large seasonal and multi-annual variability in the period 1982 to 2014. Northern areas are more sensitive to rainfall due to the brevity of the wet season. Differences in the regional climate during periods of high and low vegetation are analyzed using composite fields of rainfall, wind, humidity, sea temperatures, salinity and currents; and correlations at six-month lead-time. The key climatic driver of vegetation is the zonaldoi:10.5897/sre2015.6266 fatcat:sqfvm5mzazbe7oswu2bgmddu7i