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Year: 2015
This study investigates spatial patterns in glacier characteristics and area changes at decadal scales in the eastern Himalaya – Nepal (Arun and Tamor basins), India (Teesta basin in Sikkim) and parts of China and Bhutan – based on various satellite imagery: Corona KH4 imagery, Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) and Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission Radiometer (ASTER), QuickBird (QB) and WorldView-2 (WV2)
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Year: 2014
Summary Quantification of the contribution of the hydrologic components (snow, ice and rain) to river discharge in the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region is important for decision-making in water sensitive sectors, and for water resources management and flood risk reduction
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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: 2013
Deriving glacier outlines from satellite data has become increasingly popular in the past decade
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Year: 2012
Accurate delineation of debris-covered glaciers in the Himalaya is needed for estimating rates of glacier area change, mass balance and the contribution of these glaciers to regional hydrology
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Year: 2010
Glaciers are the largest reservoir of freshwater on Earth, supporting one third of the world's population
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