HIMALDOC 7 records found  Search took 0.01 seconds. 
Year: 2017
This paper analyses and assesses how existing policies and approaches in South Asia consider long-term climate change adaptation
Read More
Year: 2017
The Indus River is the 8th longest river in the world
Read More
Year: 2017
This document discusses and provides a rationale behind the concept of ‘critical climate-stress moments’ in the context of weather variability and climate change (hereafter: critical moments)
Year: 2016
Especially in the Himalayan headwaters of the main rivers in South Asia, shifts in runoff are expected as a result of a rapidly changing climate
Read More
Year: 2016
Scarcity of in-situ observations coupled with high orographic influences has prevented a comprehensive assessment of precipitation distribution in the high-altitude catchments of Indus basin
Read More
Year: 2013
Abstract: Burning agriculture residues has multiple negative effects including local air pollution, increase in black carbon and contributions to regional and global climate change
Read More
Year: 2011
A major proportion of flow in the Indus River is contributed by its snow- and glacier-fed river catchments situated in the Himalaya, Karakoram and Hindukush ranges
Read More
HIMALDOC 7 records found  Search took 0.01 seconds. 
email alert or subscribe to the RSS feed.
Haven't found what you were looking for? Try your search on other servers:
Ahmad, B. in TERI