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Year: 2014
Inlay Lake and the surrounding hills, the "Inlay Lake Region", form one of Myanmar's top four flagship tourism destinations, having received at least 250,000 visitor arrivals over the 2013‐14 season
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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
Historical and future water and energy balances of Lake Tsomoriri, a high altitude lake in the Indian Himalaya, were assessed using a combination of remote sensing and modeling to better understand the lake's historical hydrology and the potential impact due to climate change
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Year: 2011
A short video about a scientific expedition to the rapidly growing and potentially dangerous Imja lake, lead by Alton Byers of the Mountain Institute and involving specialists from 13 different countries
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Year: 2010
This study analysed satellite images and long term climate variables from a high-elevation meteorological station (4730 m) and streamflow records to examine hydrological response of Nam Co Lake (4718 m), the largest lake on the Tibetan Plateau, over the last 50 years
Year: 2010
Ghodaghodi Lake in Far-West Nepal has been listed as a Ramsar Site due to its significance as a habitat for several endangered species of flora and fauna
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Year: 2010
The most remote regions of the globe are home of the least disturbed ecosystems, yet they are threatened by air pollution and by climatic change
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Year: 2009
The mesoscale snow distribution over the Namco lake area of the Tibetan Plateau on October 2005 has been investigated in this paper
Year: 2009
Wetlands comprise 5% of world’s total land areas of Nepal
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