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Year: 2009
Mongolia, the world’s least densely populated country, harbours vast natural landscapes and pristine mountain ranges
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Year: 2008
The International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) in the October edition focuses on an IHDP review on mountain regions around the world, in particular, looking at adaption to climate change in difficult environments
Year: 2008
Multivariate regression analysis, combined with residuals correction, was carried out to develop a precipitation prediction model for the Daqing Mountains of Inner Mongolia in northern China
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Year: 2008
The complexity of societies in Asia and the problems of natural resource management are considerable
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Year: 2007
In May 2004, ADRA Mongolia implemented a thirty-two month project entitled 'Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness in Western Mongolia', with grant funding from Oxfam GB
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Year: 2006

The Altai Republic, known as “the Switzerland of Russia”, is located on the southwestern edge of Siberia, in the Russian portion of the Altai-Sayan range which continues into Kazakhstan, China, and Mongolia
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Year: 2006
The number of protected areas in Mongolia has increased fourfold since the country’s transition to a market-based economy over a decade ago; however, many of these protected areas have yet to realize their intended role as protectorates of biodiversity
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Year: 2006
Mongolia is a sparsely populated country with over 80 percent of its land used by pastoralists for extensive livestock grazing
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Year: 2006
The 11 papers in this document address issues and needs in the development and stewardship of Central Asia rangelands, and identify directions for future work
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