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Year: 2018
Indus River, one of the largest rivers in the world, originates from Mount Kailas and flows through Ladakh Himalaya
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Year: 2016
The study area is the Lower Flint River Basin which is at the center of water conflicts in the southeastern USA
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Year: 2016
The management of soil organic carbon (SOC) has now been identified as the most imperative dimension for managing the global climate change as well as soil fertility
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Year: 2012
Field geomorphology and remote sensing data, supported by Optical Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) dating from the Mandakini river valley of the Garhwal Himalaya enabled identification of four major glacial events; Rambara Glacial Stage (RGS) (13 ± 2 ka), Ghindurpani Glacial Stage (GhGS) (9 ± 1 ka), Garuriya Glacial Stage (GGS) (7 ± 1 ka) and Kedarnath Glacial Stage (KGS) (5 ± 1 ka)
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Year: 1999
Development of entrepreneurial capabilities and facilitating the initiation of productive and gainful ventures through EDPs, integrated with other essential support, have made positive impacts on enterprise development in many underdeveloped regions, particularly the hill and mountainous areas in India
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Year: 1998
Agrobiodiversity - biological resources that directly and indirectly contribute to crop and livestock production - is arguably the single most important natural resource in worldwide efforts to intensify agriculture while protecting the environment
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