Theses

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Year: 2015
In many regions of the world, a significant portion of the surface water originates in mountain headwaters where the timing and magnitude of streamflow is largely dictated by the seasonal storage of precipitation as snowpack and long-term storage as glaciers
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Year: 2012
The glacierised mountain catchments of the Himalayan region serve lives and livelihoods for millions of people living downstream
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Year: 2006
The analysis of the long-term hydrological, meteorological and glaciological data from the Nepal Himalayas has revealed that the climate in the Nepal Himalayas is changing faster than the global average
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Year: 2005
This PhD thesis presents the development of a methodological framework to analyse potential climate change impacts on a high mountainous water resources system and to quantify the associated modelling uncertainties
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Year: 2003
Energy is one of the most essential inputs for the economic development of any country, but the per capita energy consumption of Nepal is very low as compared with developed countries
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Year: 2002
Water as a result of snow and glacier melt is an important resource in the Central Andes of Chile and Argentina, which in terms of precipitation are close to climatic deserts, yet they support large populations and a rich agriculture
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