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Year: 2018
There is mounting anecdotal evidence that springs across the Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) are drying up, causing unprecedented water stress on communities
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Year: 2018
Background The Cryosphere Monitoring Programme Bhutan (CMP–B) carries out annual field monitoring on the benchmark Thana glacier, collects and analysis data from automatic weather stations and hydrological monitoring stations in selected research sites downstream
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Year: 2018
The Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) region extends 3,500 km over all or part of eight countries, from Afghanistan in the west to Myanmar in the east
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Year: 2018
Enhancing the capacity to adapt to climate change impacts has become a critical challenge for the developing countries
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Year: 2018
It was mentioned during and at the end of the workshop that the comprehensive technical and theoretical knowledge about hydrogeology and the socio-governance aspects of springs had enhanced the capacity of the participants
Year: 2018
The purpose of the paper was to review selected agricultural water management technologies positioned as climate smart agriculture (CSA), in South Asia
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Year: 2018
Climate Resilient Agriculture (CRA) is an innovative climate-friendly agricultural practice for adaptation, resilience and mitigation of climate change impacts
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Year: 2018
In mountainous regions, the resource management practices in the upstream areas, especially land and water management, have a direct impact on the downstream communities; at the same time, water availability can directly affect livelihood-related activities in both areas
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Year: 2017
Climate change has been a proven fact with increase in temperature and rainfall variability
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