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Year: 2012
A non-linear relationship between phytodiversity and altitude has widely been reported, but the relationship between phytomass and altitude remains little understood
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Year: 2009
The loss of mammalian herbivores from grazing ecosystems has become a major concern, and efforts to stem such losses are stymied by lack of information on the proximate and ultimate factors influencing their distributions and diversity patterns
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Year: 2008
Today, global warming (climate change) has become a major concern across the planet
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Year: 2007
The loss of livestock to wild predators is an important livelihood concern among Trans-Himalayan pastoralists
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Year: 2007
The Changthang region in the Indian Trans-Himalayan area of Ladakh represents the western extension of the Tibetan Plateau, an important highland grazing ecosystem
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Year: 2006
The high-altitude rangelands of the Trans-Himalaya represent a grazing ecosystem which has supported an indigenous pastoral community for millennia alongside a diverse assemblage of wild herbivores including burrowing mammals (pikas and voles)
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Year: 2005
Livestock production is the primary source of livelihood and income in most of the high steppe and alpine regions of the Indian Trans-Himalaya
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Year: 2003
Tibetan argali Ovis ammon hodgsoni and blue sheep Pseudois nayaur have almost completely overlapping distributions encompassing most of the Tibetan plateau and its margins
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