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Year: 2015
AbstractStudy region The Thames catchment in southern England, UK
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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: 2012
Flash floods are among the most destructive natural disasters in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region
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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
Glacier thinning and retreat in the Himalayas has resulted in the formation of new glacial lakes and the enlargement of existing lakes due to the accumulation of meltwater behind loosely consolidated end moraine dams
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Year: 2011
Catastrophic partial drainage of Pangong Tso, one of the largest lakes in Tibet, is supported by the geomorphology of the Tangtse Valley, Ladakh, northern India and cosmogenic 10Be nuclide ages of roche moutonnées, strath terraces, and a flood deposit downstream from the former spillway
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