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Year: 2010
Climate variability in Ethiopia is not new - but now, in addition to the usual struggles, Ethiopians living in poverty are additionally suffering the effects of climate change - both more variable climate and more extreme weather events
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Year: 2009
A large number of Himalayan glacier catchments are under the influence of humid climate with snowfall in winter (November-April) and South-West monsoon in summer (June–September) dominating the regional hydrology
Year: 2009
This paper combines the latest scientific observations on climate change, with evidence from the communities Oxfam works with in almost 100 countries around the world, to reveal how the changing climate is already hitting poor people hard
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Year: 2009
Almost a century ago, fears began to be expressed about the possible impact of the rise in atmospheric temperature on mountain glaciers
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Year: 2009
This paper combines the latest scientific observations on climate change, with evidence from the communities Oxfam works with in almost 100 countries around the world, to reveal how the changing climate is already hitting poor people hard
Year: 2009
This paper combines the latest scientific observations on climate change, with evidence from the communities Oxfam works with in almost 100 countries around the world, to reveal how the changing climate is already hitting poor people hard
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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
Alpine meadow is one of the most widespread grassland types in the permafrost regions of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and the transmission of coupled soil water heat is one of the most crucial processes influencing cyclic variations in the hydrology of frozen soil regions, especially under different vegetation covers
Year: 2009
Surface fluxes are important boundary conditions for climatological modeling and Asian monsoon system
Year: 2009
The European Alps rely on winter precipitation for various needs in terms of hydropower and other water uses
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