Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Articles in peer-reviewed journals 31 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.03 seconds. 
Year: 2017
Estimating the hydrological regime of ungauged catchments in the Himalayan region is challenging due to a lack of sufficient monitoring stations
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Year: 2017
The article analyzes Tidal River Management in Bangladesh from a social learning perspective
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Year: 2017
This article traces a policy shift that makes the ‘water user’ the main subject of water governance
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Year: 2017
ABSTRACTThe availability of high-resolution gridded precipitation products based on satellite estimations and/or interpolated observations provides a good opportunity to monitor precipitation over large and remote areas of poorly gauged basins
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Year: 2017
Vulnerability to and perceptions of climate change may be significantly affected by gender
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Year: 2016
Understanding the potential impact of climate change on the hydrological regime in the Himalayan region is of great importance for sustainable water resources management
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Year: 2015
The Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna (GBM) river system flows through five countries ? Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, and Nepal ? characterized by large population, limited land resources, and frequent floods and natural hazards
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Year: 2015
South Asian countries face mounting challenges in meeting the growing demand for food, water, and energy for a rapidly growing population
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Year: 2015
There is a need to assess the potential impacts of climate change on agriculture in order to plan appropriate adaptation measures
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Year: 2015
The Hindu Kush Himalayas are called the water towers of Asia as they are the source of 10 major rivers and have the largest snow and ice deposits outside the two poles
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