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Year: 2017
Small-scale local data resources may serve to provide a highly resolved estimate of health effects, which can be spatially heterogeneous in highly populated urban centers in developing countries
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Year: 2017
Air pollution is known to lead to substantial health burden with the majority of evidence based in North America and Europe
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Year: 2014
Himalayan communities live in marginal environments
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Year: 2012
This study assessed the net above-ground carbon stock in six community forests in the Dolakha district, Nepal
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Year: 2012
The conference on Global Change and the World's Mountains held in Perth, Scotland, in 2010 offered a unique opportunity to analyze the state and progress of mountain research and its contribution to sustainable mountain development, as well as to reflect on required reorientations of research agendas
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Year: 2011
This study investigates the effects of climate and socioeconomic change on the livelihoods of mountain people in the Hindu-Kush Himalayan (HKH) region, causes of vulnerability, and the ways people's cope with and adapt to change, with the overall aim of contributing to enhancing the resilience of vulnerable mountain communities
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Year: 2009
The Carpathian Mountains in Europe are a biodiversity hot spot; harbor many relatively undisturbed ecosystems; and are still rich in seminatural, traditional landscapes
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Year: 2007
In the context of the EU GLOCHAMORE project (Global Change in Mountain Regions, 2003–2005) a workshop was held on Altitudinal Gradient Studies from 27 to 30 July 2005 in Samedan/Switzerland
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Year: 2007
Mountains and mountain societies provide a wide range of goods and services to humanity, but they are particularly sensitive to the effects of global environmental change
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Year: 2005

The Global Change and Mountain Regions (GLOCHAMORE) Research Strategy has been developed to guide managers of Mountain Biosphere Reserves (MBRs) and scientists in planning and implementing global change research

The research strategy is the outcome of 5 workshops and the final Open Science Conference. In December 2005, the Research Strategy was sent to all people who have been involved in the development process and to other individuals interested in the topic inviting further comments.

The GLOCHAMORE project responded to the increasing need to understand the causes and impacts of Global Changes in mountain regions. It has been developed to guide managers of Mountain Biosphere Reserves (MBRs) and scientists in planning and implementing global change research. Specifically, the GLOCHAMORE project aimed to develop a research strategy for Global Change research in mountain regions with the explicit goal of implementing the strategy in these sites around the world.
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