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Year: 2012
The history of mountain research is most fascinating
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Year: 2008
In the 1970s and 1980s UNESCO?s worldwide Man and Biosphere Programme (MaB) provided a great stimulus to overcome the large gap between natural and social sciences
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Year: 2007
Mountains are important sources of freshwater for the adjacent lowlands
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Year: 2007
Mountains are important sources of freshwater for the adjacent lowlands
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Year: 2006
Mountain and Hydrology Research has a long tradition, but only the Rio Conference 1992 created a real breakthrough for a new awareness about the mountains of the world and their natural and human resources
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Year: 2006
Is it really true that deforestation and land use practices of the Himalayan farmers are to blame for the recurring and devastating monsoon floods in the plains of the Ganga and Brahmaputra? The validity of this paradigm has been increasingly questioned
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Year: 2005
Preface to special issue of Hydrological Processes that is the combined outcome of both the 2001 EGS session on the ?Water balance of mountain basins? in Nice and the 2002 Annual Meeting of the German Hydrological Working Group in Berlin
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Year: 2004
Mountains as "Water Towers" play an important role for the surrounding lowlands
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Year: 2003
Mountains and highlands are often called the world's natural "water towers" because they provide essential freshwater for populations both upstream and downstream
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Year: 2002
Mountains occupy 24 percent of the Earth?s land surface (Kapos et al
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