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Year: 2017
ABSTRACTThe availability of high-resolution gridded precipitation products based on satellite estimations and/or interpolated observations provides a good opportunity to monitor precipitation over large and remote areas of poorly gauged basins
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Year: 2016
Climate change poses significant challenges to hydropower development and management in mountainous basins
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Year: 2014
Understanding crop responses to climate is essential to cope with anticipated changes in temperature and precipitation
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Year: 2014
This study aims to quantify changes in discharge in the rivers of the Kulekhani watershed due to climate change and examine its future impact on power generation from the Kulekhani Hydropower project
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Year: 2014
Glacier and snow covered area play an important role in the hydrology of glacierized basin
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Year: 2013
Understanding crop responses to climate is essential to cope with anticipated changes in temperature and precipitation
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Year: 2013
This paper characterizes potential hydrological impact of future climate in the Bagmati River Basin, Nepal
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Year: 2011
We examined trends in several hydro-meteorological variables in the upper Indus River basin (UIRB) in Pakistan
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Year: 2011
This paper discusses an indicator-based framework – consisting of seven indicators, four parameters, and an index – to assess adaptive capacity of the water resources system in the Nepalese context and applies this framework to the Bagmati River Basin (BRB) in Nepal
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Year: 2011
A water vulnerability analysis is made of how sensitivity characteristics of the Ganges?Brahmaputra?Meghna (GBM) River basin may affect adaptive capacity
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