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Year: 2006
The presentation described research in five areas in India, China, Nepal and Pakistan, where participation of local communities was key to sustainable watershed management
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Year: 2006
The Hindu Kush-Himalayan (HKH) mountain range is suffering in recent decades from increasing population pressure, especially in the “Middle Mountains”, where the catchments are degrading rapidly due to unsustainable land management practices
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Year: 2005
ICIMOD's People and Resource Dynamics in Mountain Watersheds of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas Project (PARDYP), funded by SDC, IDRC, and ICIMOD, has been carrying out research in middle mountain watersheds since 1996, focussing on natural resource degradation and community and farm-based options to promote rehabilitation of degraded lands and increase in on-farm productivity
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Year: 2005
Managing renewable natural resources in hillside and mountain areas is critical to sustaining these resources and the livelihood opportunities they present, especially to marginal farmers
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Year: 2003
On the occasion of the International Year of Mountains, and in response to the clear consensus reached by the international community regarding the need to ensure harmonious and sustainable development of mountainous areas and watersheds, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and its partners in the subject, undertook a large-scale assessment and global review of the current status and future trends of regarding knowledge about and techniques for integrated watershed management
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Year: 2002
The Indus Fan records the erosion of the western Himalayas and Karakoram since India began to collide with Asia during the Eocene, ∼50 Ma
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