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Year: 2019
Background: Conservation of useful plants can be maintained and enhanced once the nature of a cultural landscape and knowledge and principles of resource utilization are understood
Year: 2016
Natural hazards have had significant impacts on life, livelihood and property in the mountain regions
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Year: 2016
Owing to the typical geomorphic setting such as high relief variations, thick forest cover, presence of glacier and glacial lakes along the higher reaches, the Beas River is prone to cloudbursts, flash floods, forest fires, landslides and mass movement
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Year: 2014
The impacts of climate change were severe on indigenous medicinal plant species and their dependent communities
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Year: 2009
Ethnopharmacological knowledge is common and import among tribal populations but much of the information is empirical at best lacking scientific validation
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Year: 2009
Ethnopharmacological knowledge is common and import among tribal populations but much of the information is empirical at best lacking scientific validation
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Year: 2007
Present paper analyses good governance practices of community based organisations of Dolpa district in management of natural resources
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Year: 2006
Ficus (Fig) species have a wide range of distribution and uses in Nepal
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Year: 2005
Eleven species of mistletoes are widely used by different ethnic groups of Nepal for various purposes
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Year: 2004
Two community forests, Amaldapani and Juphal from Dolpa district, were selected for a study of quantitative analysis of tree flora
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