Cryosphere

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Year: 2014
We have identified the likeliest cause of the Seti River disaster of May 5, 2012, in which a flash flood killed or left missing 72 people
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Year: 2014
Water and food security are the key challenges under climate change as both are highly vulnerable to continuously changing climatic patterns
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Year: 2014
Snow- and glacier-nourished river basins located in the Himalaya-Karakoram-Hindukush (HKH) ranges supply a significant amount of discharge in River Indus upstream Tarbela Dam
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Year: 2014
Field observations and geodetic measurements suggest that in the central part of the Karakoram Mountains, glaciers are either stable or expanding since 1990, in sharp contrast to glacier retreats that are prevalent in the Himalayas and adjoining high-altitude terrains of central Asia
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Year: 2014
Rivers originating in the high mountains of Asia are among the most meltwater-dependent river systems on Earth, yet large human populations depend on their resources downstream
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Year: 2014
Himalayan glacier tongues are commonly debris covered and they are an important source of melt water
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Year: 2014
Analysis of the thermal regime of glaciers is crucial for glacier hazard assessment, especially in the context of a changing climate
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Year: 2014
During the years 2006–2009, lakes in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP) were investigated using satellite remote sensing strategies
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Year: 2014
We examine long-term streamflow and mass balance data from two Alaskan glaciers located in climatically distinct basins: Gulkana Glacier, a continental glacier located in the Alaska Range, and Wolverine Glacier, a maritime glacier located in the Kenai Mountains
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Year: 2014
The River Aksu is the principal tributary to the River Tarim, providing about three quarters of its discharge
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