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Year: 2016
High-altitude climates are particularly uncertain, and commonly used climate datasets are grossly inaccurate at high altitudes
Year: 2013
Pakistan is vulnerable to hazards of multiple nature and their frequent recurrence in recent years has significantly hampered our goal of sustained economic growth by causing massive losses to lives and property
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Year: 2013
The hydrological roles of glaciers and seasonal snow in the Indus, Ganges, Brahmaputra, Amu Darya, Syr Darya and Mekong basins are, for the first time, assessed comprehensively at a major river basin scale in this paper
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Year: 2012
India's trans-boundary riparian policies affect four countries - Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh - on three river systems - the Indus, the Ganga and the Brahmaputra-Mehgna
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Year: 2011
This final report on Glacial Melt and Downstream Impacts on Indus Basin-Dependent Water Resources and Energy summarizes trends in increasing variability in precipitation, seasonal temperature regimes, glacial melt, and water supplies, and the risk scenarios for climate change and its possible impacts on millions of people in downstream areas
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Year: 2011
This condensed report on Glacial Melt and Downstream Impacts on Indus Basin-Dependent Water Resources and Energy summarizes trends in increasing variability in precipitation, seasonal temperature regimes, glacial melt, and water supplies, and the risk scenarios for climate change and its possible impacts on millions of people in downstream areas
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Year: 2011
This report by Strategic Foresight is a comprehensve analysis of India-Pakistan controversy over Indus Water treaty and provides recommendations that will assist water cooperation between these two nations in the future
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Year: 2009
Water resources in Indus-Gangetic basin serve as a powerful tool for development and for overcoming poverty in the region
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