HIMALDOC 99 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.00 seconds. 
Year: 2014
Rapidly accelerating climate change in the Himalaya is projected to have major implications for montane species, ecosystems, and mountain farming and pastoral systems
Read More
Year: 2013
This chapter presents the KSLCI as a case study for adapting and applying ecosystem management approaches that recognise the vital role of communities and traditional customary arrangements
Read More
Year: 2013
This publication documents a study that uses a quantitative spatial analytic approach to environmentally stratify the KSL based on the Global Environmental Stratification approach
Read More
Year: 2012
Globally, both biodiversity and the overall natural capital of the world are declining rapidly
Read More
Year: 2011
The Kailash Sacred Landscape (KSL) spreads across a vast region that includes remote portions of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China (TAR China) and contiguous areas of Nepal and India
Read More
Year: 2010
The proposed Kailash Sacred Landscape (Ksl) is shared by three countries—China, India and Nepal—and comprises the remote southwestern portion of the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China and adjacent parts of northwestern Nepal and northern India (see map)
Read More
HIMALDOC 99 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.00 seconds. 
See also: similar author names
15 Zomer, R.
7 Zomer, R. J.
email alert or subscribe to the RSS feed.
Haven't found what you were looking for? Try your search on other servers:
Zomer, R. in TERI