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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Food security can be defined as stable access to food of good nutritional quality. In Sub Saharan Africa access to food is strongly linked to local food production and the capacity to generate enough calories to sustain the local population. Therefore it is important in these regions to generate not only sufficiently high yields but also to reduce interannual variability in food production. Traditionally, climate impact simulation studies have focused on factorsdoi:10.5194/esdd-5-1571-2014 fatcat:dz22tngyuvg5laelaxwme6rdky