Articles in peer-reviewed journals

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Year: 2019
Abstract: This study attempted to assess the potential of traditional food crops (TFCs) to be ‘future smart foods’ through the lens of sustainability
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Year: 2019
The majority of Asia’s rural population livelihoods depend on rain-fed agriculture
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Year: 2019
Mountain cryosphere provides fresh water and other ecosystem services to half of humanity
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Year: 2019
South Asia is energy-poor, water-stressed, and food-deficient, and these problems are expected to intensify with high population growth, rapid economic growth and industrialization, urbanization, and changing climate
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Year: 2019
The plains of north Bihar, drained by numerous rivers originating in the Himalayas also experience a reasonably high rainfall of ~1200 mm per year
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Year: 2018
Mountains host high biological and cultural diversity, generating ecosystem services providing benefits over multiple scales but also suffering significant poverty and vulnerabilities
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Year: 2018
Rice is the most important crop for food security and livelihoods of the rural population in Bihar, India
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Year: 2018
Nepal’s predominantly rural population depends on the ecosystem services of heterogeneous mountainous landscapes that are degrading under changing climate and development pressures
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Year: 2018
This study examined local people’s perception of climate change and its impacts on their livelihoods, and identified key opportunities and threats arising in four Village Development Committees in the high mountains of Rasuwa District, Nepal
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Year: 2018
The plains of north Bihar, drained by numerous rivers originating in the Himalayas also experience a reasonably high rainfall of ~1200 mm per year
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Articles in peer-reviewed journals 27 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.01 seconds. 
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