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Year: 2018
Precipitation in the high-altitude Indus basin governs its renewable water resources affecting water, energy and food securities
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Year: 2018
Many glaciers in the northwest of High Mountain Asia (HMA) show an almost zero or positive mass balance, despite the global trend of melting glaciers
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Year: 2018
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Year: 2018
Assessment of future water availability from the Himalayan watersheds of Indus Basin (Jhelum, Kabul and upper Indus basin---UIB) is a growing concern for safeguarding the sustainable socioeconomic wellbeing downstream
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Year: 2018
Due to climate change, the world average surface temperature has increased 0
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Year: 2018
Indus River, one of the largest rivers in the world, originates from Mount Kailas and flows through Ladakh Himalaya
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Year: 2018
The upper Indus basin (UIB) holds one of the most substantial river systems in the world, contributing roughly half of the available surface water in Pakistan
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Year: 2018
There is a visible paradigm shift in disaster research from hazard and vulnerability assessment to developing framework for community resilience
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Year: 2018
Empirical evidence suggests that variations in climate affect economic growth across countries over time
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Year: 2018
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