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Year: 2014
How to better assess, communicate and respond to risks from climate change at the community level have emerged as key questions within climate risk management
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Year: 2012
This publication presents 15 case studies solicited by ICIMOD during the International Year of Biodiversity 2010
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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
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: 2008
Flash floods are severe flood events that occur with little or no warning triggered by intense rainfall, dam failure, outbursts of glacial lakes, and similar episodes
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Year: 2008
Flash floods are severe flood events that occur with little or no warning triggered by intense rainfall, dam failure, outbursts of glacial lakes, and similar episodes
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Year: 2007
It is only recently that the importance of integrating local knowledge and practices into development and conservation projects has started to receive real recognition, but the approach is still far from being mainstream
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Year: 2007
It is only recently that the importance of integrating local knowledge and practices into development and conservation projects has started to receive real recognition, but the approach is still far from being mainstream
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Year: 2007
It is only recently that the importance of integrating local knowledge and practices into development and conservation projects has started to receive real recognition, but the approach is still far from being mainstream
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Year: 2006
This publication presents the findings and results of the 'International Workshop on Flash Floods and Sustainable Development in the Himalayas' organised by ICIMOD, the China Meteorological Administration (CMA), and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in Lhasa, PR China, in October 2005, with support from the Government of Norway and the USAID Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA)
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