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Year: 2018
Black carbon (BC), water-insoluble organic carbon (OC), and mineral dust are important particles in snow and ice which significantly reduce albedo and accelerate melting
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Year: 2017
To better understand the characteristics of biomass burning in the northern Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP), total suspended particles were collected in a rural site, Lumbini, Nepal, during April 2013 to March 2014 and analyzed for the biomass burning tracers (i
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Year: 2016
Lumbini, in southern Nepal, is a UNESCO world heritage site of universal value as the birthplace of Buddha
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Year: 2016
Recently, the light-absorbing organic carbon, i
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Year: 2016
Black carbon (BC) and mineral dust (MD), the most important compositions of light absorbing particles (LAPs), significantly reduce the albedo of glaciers and thus accelerate their melting
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Year: 2015
We present a new open-source, collaborative “COupled Snowpack and Ice surface energy and MAss balance model” (COSIMA) that is evaluated for Zhadang glacier, Tibetan Plateau
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Year: 2015
Yak dung is widely used for cooking and heating in Tibet
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Year: 2013
Lake level and area variations are sensitive to regional climate changes and can be used to indirectly estimate water balances of lakes
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