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Year: 2018
This paper was written collectively by monitoring and evaluation (M&E) specialists of the Association of International Research Centers for Agriculture (AIRCA) for the purpose of strengthening the M&E systems of individual centres within AIRCA
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Year: 2015
STUDY REGION The middle hilly region of the Koshi River Basin in Nepal
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Year: 2014
This paper provides the results of semi-distributed positive degree-day (PDD) modelling for a glacierized river basin in Nepal
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Year: 2010
Supported by the MacArthur Foundation, ICIMOD undertook a series of research activities together with partners in the Eastern Himalayas from 2007 to 2008 to provide a preliminary assessment of the impacts and vulnerability of this region to climate change
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Year: 2009
In general, mistletoe is a term given to a special group of plants that are flowering and perennial in habit and grow as parasites attached to the branches of host trees and shrubs
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Year: 2009
In recent years, the changing climate and its impact on human lives has been a hot issue of debate worldwide
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Year: 2008
Korthalsella japonica (Thunb
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Year: 2005
Eleven species of mistletoes are widely used by different ethnic groups of Nepal for various purposes
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Year: 2005
The mistletoes constitute a polyphyletic group of flowering parasitic plants and are commonly known as “Ainjeru” or “Lisso” in Nepali
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Year: 2005
In a recent walk-over survey along the Melamchi River in the Melamchi Valley, central Nepal Himalayas, the authors could record five mistletoe species, four belonging to four genera in the family Loranthaceae and one belonging to one genus in the family Viscaea i
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