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Year: 2009
Mountains are important for the world's water supply
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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
The lower reaches of the Lunana area expose multiple folded migmatite and biotite gneiss of the Thimphu Group, extensively intruded by granitic and pegmatitic rocks
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Year: 2008

Dawa Steven Sherpa, Managing Director of Asian Trekking (P) Ltd made his first ascent of Mt
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Year: 2008
Longbasaba and Pida lakes are two moraine-dammed lakes located at the headwaters of the Geiqu River, a tributary of the Pumqu River in the Chinese Himalayas, at an elevation of about 5700 m
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Year: 2008
The Rio Santa valley in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru, has been repeatedly affected by severe glacial flood disasters in the past decades
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Year: 2008
November 25, 2008 it was reported that geography coupled with high levels of poverty and population density has rendered South Asia especially vulnerable to the impacts of climate change
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Year: 2007
Glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs) are common natural hazards in the Himalaya
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Year: 2006
Since industrialization and human activities is advancing the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is steadily increasing
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Year: 2005
Jack Ives’ article, drawn from his new book Himalayan Perceptions, is a cautionary tale that might almost be read as a gloss on Peter Weingart’s “Moment of truth for science”
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