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Year: 2015
The Himalayas are Earth’s greatest mountain range, including its highest peaks, and they have profound effects on Asia’s climate, biodiversity and human cultures
Year: 2010
Because of heterogeneous topographies, high-mountain areas could harbor a significant pool of cryptic forest refugia (glacial microrefugia unrecognized by palaeodata), which, as a result of poor accessibility, have been largely overlooked
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Year: 2009
The vegetation of the treeline ecotone of the southern declivity of arid High Asia (Hindu Kush, northern areas of Pakistan; Himalaya, northern central Nepal) is dominated by hedgehog-like open dwarf shrublands of thorny cushions
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Year: 2007
Three new records of the highest treelines in the northern hemisphere are presented here, based on the definition of a “tree
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Year: 2005
The impact of livestock grazing on soil nutrients and vegetation parameters was studied in dry montane steppes of southern Mongolia in order to assess the risk of habitat degradation
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Year: 2003
The treeless desertlike environments of southern Tibet are assumed to be naturally unsuitable for forests
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Year: 2000
This paper presents results from studies in four mountain regions in East Africa, two in Ethiopia (Simen Mountains, Bale Mountains), and two in Uganda (Rwenzori Mountains, Mount Elgon)
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