Adaptation and Livelihood Vulnerability among People in the Lhasa Sub-basin of TAR: An assessment of the impacts of Climate Change in Lhasa River sub basin (2018)

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Tibetan Plateau is regarded as a weather vane or startup of global climate change (CC) which has attracted the attention of scientific community. Climate change impacts are becoming increasingly evident within this highly vulnerable and fragile region. Temperatures are rising at rates substantially higher than the global average, and significantly more so in higher altitude areas. Research shows that the annual average temperature in the TAR rises at a rate of 0.32℃ every 10 years, higher than in any other area nationally
Year: 2018
Language: English
In: China Tibetology, 40-56 p.



 Record created 2018-03-22, last modified 2018-03-22