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Year: 2007
Conflicts in mountains develop when different needs compete with each other over limited space and time and on a more severe level, when international boundary issues arise in remote areas
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Year: 2007
The notion of ?Melting Mountains? is very appropriate as a metaphor for mountain regions since it may concern water in both its solid and liquid state and links these to current trends in climate and man-induced global change
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Year: 2006
This study is concerned with the management of water resources and development of a DSS (Decision Support System) in MMS (Modular Modelling System) for the semi-arid, mountainous Drâa catchment in SE Morocco
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Year: 2005
Preface to special issue of Hydrological Processes that is the combined outcome of both the 2001 EGS session on the ?Water balance of mountain basins? in Nice and the 2002 Annual Meeting of the German Hydrological Working Group in Berlin
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Year: 2005
Little is known about the interaction between condensation, precipitation and evaporation as an integral part of the water cycle under high-mountain conditions
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Year: 2004
Snow in the High Atlas Mountains is a major source for freshwater renewal and for water availability in the semi-arid lowlands of south-eastern Morocco
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Year: 2004
Snow in the High Atlas Mountains is a major source for freshwater renewal and for water availability in the semi-arid lowlands of the southern eastern Morocco
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Year: 2004
Introduction to special Section of the journal "Hydrology and Earth System Sciences", which collects a selection of six papers presented at the EGU First General Assembly Session on Mountain Waters: climatic and hydrological sensitivity
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