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Year: 2012
Mountains of Southeast Asia and the Pacific (SEAP) region spread across two geographic regions – mainland Asia and island/archipelagic states in the Pacific Ocean – and constitute one of the world’s highest and also most severely threatened biodiversity pools
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Year: 2012
As defined by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), climate change refers to a statistically significant variation in either the mean state of the climate or in its variability, persisting for an extended period (typically decades or longer)
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Year: 2007
Fragile ecosystems are important for their unique features and resources
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Year: 2007
The presentation introduces the Asia Pacific Mountain Network, describing its aims and programme areas
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Year: 2007
The presentation described the resolutions of the global e-conference on 'Climate Change and the Himalayan Glaciers' held 7-30 May, 2007
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Year: 2007
Synthesis report of the global e-conference on Climate Change and the Himalayan Glaciers
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Year: 2006
Eastern Himalaya is very rich in biodiversity at different levels, such as ecosystem, species and genetics
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Year: 2005
Snow capped areas in the Himalayas are most vulnerable to global warming and are among the least studied areas with connection to the climate change phenomenon
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Year: 2004
Economic valuation is a frequently applied measure of resource conservation in the developed world and its use is growing in the developing countries
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Year: 2004
The major objectives of the study include identification of the economic value of the zoo and the degree of relationship in between travel cost and the zoo visit
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