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Making Transport Climate Resilient : Country Report Ethiopia

ABSOLUTE CHANGE ABUTMENT ALTITUDE ANNUAL PRECIPITATION ASPHALT AVERAGE ANNUAL RAINFALL BINDER BITUMEN BITUMINOUS PAVEMENTS BRIDGE BRIDGE DECK BRIDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BRIDGES CALCULATION CALIBRATION CARRIAGEWAY CBR CLIMATE CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE CONSEQUENCES CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS CLIMATE CHANGE PREDICTIONS CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS CLIMATE CHANGES CLIMATE CLASSIFICATION CLIMATE CONDITIONS CLIMATE DATA CLIMATE IMPACT CLIMATE IMPACTS CLIMATE INFORMATION CLIMATE MODEL CLIMATE MODELING CLIMATE MODELS CLIMATE PREDICTION CLIMATE PREDICTION MODELS CLIMATE PREDICTIONS CLIMATE RESILIENCE CLIMATE RISK CLIMATE RISKS CLIMATE SCENARIO CLIMATE SCENARIOS CLIMATE TRENDS CLIMATE VARIABILITY CLIMATE VARIABLE CLIMATE-RELATED HAZARDS CLIMATIC ZONES CONSTRUCTION CONVERGENCE COSTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE CRACKING CROSSING CRU CULVERTS DAILY TEMPERATURE DAMAGES DITCHES DRAINAGE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS DROUGHT DUST ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC COSTS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMICS OF ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE EMBANKMENT EMISSION EMISSION SCENARIO EMISSION SCENARIOS EMISSIONS EMISSIONS SCENARIO EMISSIONS SCENARIOS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS EROSION EVAPORATION EVAPOTRANSPIRATION EXPANSION JOINTS EXTREME EVENTS EXTREME RAINFALL EXTREME WEATHER EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS FEASIBILITY FEEDER ROADS FLOODING FLOODS FROST GCM GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL GRADE GRAVEL GRAVEL ROADS HEAVY TRUCKS HIGH TEMPERATURE HIGHWAYS HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS HYDROLOGY IMPACT OF CLIMATE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGES IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE INCREASE IN TEMPERATURE INFRASTRUCTURES INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE IPCC ITCZ LAND USE LANDSCAPING LANDSLIDES LOADING LOCAL AUTHORITIES MEAN RAINFALL MEAN TEMPERATURE MEAN TEMPERATURE INCREASE METEOROLOGICAL STATIONS MIX DESIGN NET PRESENT VALUE OSCILLATION OVERLAY PAVED ROADS PAVEMENT PAVEMENT DESIGN PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PEDESTRIANS PIERS PIPES POLICY IMPLICATIONS RAIN RAINFALL RAINFALL AMOUNTS RAINFALL DATA RAINFALL INCREASE RAINFALL PATTERNS RAINFALL REGIMES RAINFALL VARIABILITY RAINY SEASON RAINY SEASONS REINFORCED CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT RESURFACING ROAD ROAD AUTHORITY ROAD CLASSIFICATIONS ROAD CONSTRUCTION ROAD DESIGN ROAD DESIGNS ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE ROAD LENGTH ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD NETWORK ROAD PROJECTS ROAD REHABILITATION ROAD SECTOR ROAD TRANSPORT ROAD TRANSPORT SERVICES ROAD USER ROAD USER COSTS ROAD USERS ROADS ROADWAY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE SAFETY SATURATION SEA LEVEL RISE SEALING SEASON SEASONAL PRECIPITATION SEASONAL RAINFALL SEASONAL TEMPERATURE SEDIMENT SEDIMENTATION SHRINKAGE SITE INVESTIGATION SLAB SLOPE STABILITY SOILS SPAN SPEED STIFFNESS STORM FREQUENCY STORMS SUBBASE SUBGRADE TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE CHANGES TEMPERATURE GRADIENT TEMPERATURE GRADIENTS TEMPERATURE INCREASES TEMPERATURE RANGE TEMPERATURE VARIATION TEMPERATURES TERRAIN THROUGH TRAFFIC TOPOGRAPHY TOTAL COST TRAFFIC TRAFFIC FLOW TRAFFIC LEVELS TRANSPORT TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT POLICY TRANSPORT POLICY DECISION TRANSPORT USERS TRANSPORTATION TRUNK ROADS TYPES OF ROADS UNCERTAINTIES UNPAVED ROADS URBAN ROADS VEGETATION VEHICLES WIND
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2013-03-25T15:24:10Z | 2013-03-25T15:24:10Z | 2010-08

This report is the output of the World Bank-financed study on Making Trans-port Climate Resilient for Ethiopia, which is a Sub-Saharan Africa initiative to respond to the impact of climate changes on road transport.The climate scenarios The study is based on four climate scenarios selected by the World Bank to be consistent with the scenarios used in the study Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change. The scenarios span from a "global dry" future with lower temperatures and less rain than today to a "wet Ethiopia" future with more rain than today and an increase in heavy rain so that a 10- year storm in 2050 will be 25% more intensive than today. The foreseen increases in average temperatures range from -1 OC to 2 OC by 2050.

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