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Year: 2010
The spatio-temporal variability of the mountain snow cover determines the avalanche danger, snow water storage, permafrost distribution and the local distribution of fauna and flora
Year: 2009
The objective of the Tien Shan Ecosystem Development Project (TSEDP) in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyz Republic (KR) are to: a) reduce anthropogenic pressure on natural ecosystems and natural resources through development of sustainable tourism and increase of income of local population; b) earn incomes from selling certified carbon received as a result of afforestation in the Kyrgyz Republic and to share this practice in the region; c) increase income of rural population by means of wood and non-wood forest products and incomes from selling certified discharges received as a result of afforestation and foresting; d) reduce water and wind erosion of soil by creation of erosion-preventive and wind-protective forest strip by means of ecosystem approach
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Year: 2009
Given their unique natural attractions, including the highest mountain range in the world, the Nepalese Himalayas have long been a Mecca for trekkers and mountaineers
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Year: 2008
Natural snow avalanches have periodically damaged infrastructure and disrupted railroad and highway traffic at the southwestern corner of Glacier National Park, Montana
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Year: 2008
Alpine regions provide diverse ecosystem goods and services (ES) to human society
Year: 2007
The industrial development provoked huge greenhouse gazes release into the atmosphere
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Year: 2006
For the past decade, our U
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Year: 2006
Mountain regions are subject to a variety of hazardous processes
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Year: 2005

The Global Change and Mountain Regions (GLOCHAMORE) Research Strategy has been developed to guide managers of Mountain Biosphere Reserves (MBRs) and scientists in planning and implementing global change research

The research strategy is the outcome of 5 workshops and the final Open Science Conference. In December 2005, the Research Strategy was sent to all people who have been involved in the development process and to other individuals interested in the topic inviting further comments.

The GLOCHAMORE project responded to the increasing need to understand the causes and impacts of Global Changes in mountain regions. It has been developed to guide managers of Mountain Biosphere Reserves (MBRs) and scientists in planning and implementing global change research. Specifically, the GLOCHAMORE project aimed to develop a research strategy for Global Change research in mountain regions with the explicit goal of implementing the strategy in these sites around the world.
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Year: 2004
Debris flows represent a widespread threat to villages and small towns in the Swiss Alps
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