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Year: 2016
Although Himalayan glaciers are of particular interest in terms of future water supplies, regional climate changes, and sea-level rises, little is known about them due to lack of reliable and consistent data
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Year: 2015
Glaciers are one of the important natural resources of freshwater and sources of water for hydropower, agriculture and drinking whenever the water is scarce
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Year: 2015
This publication is an important step in establishing effective long-term environmental and socio-ecological monitoring in the region, which will support efforts by ICIMOD and its partners to fill critical data gaps in the Hindu Kush Himalayas
Year: 2015
Like other mountainous areas, Nepal is highly vulnerable to glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs), and this vulnerability has increased due to climate change
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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: 2014
This chapter summarizes the current state of remote sensing of glaciers in the India, Nepal, and Bhutan regions of the Himalaya, and focuses on new methods for assessing glacier change
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Year: 2014
Monitoring the glacier mass balance of summer-accumulation-type Himalayan glaciers is critical to not only assess the impact of climate change on the volume of such glaciers but also predict the downstream water availability and the global sea-level change in future
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Year: 2011
Weather events like intensive rainfall causing floods and flash floods result into loss of lives and properties whereas prolong drought can cause decline in agriculture production and loss of vegetation cover
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