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Year: 2009
This paper focuses on the evaluation of a participatory approach aimed at supporting groups of small-scale farmers in the design of joint drip irrigation projects
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Year: 2009
Architectural features of houses are frequently loaded with meanings expressing fundamental values embedded in social relations
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Year: 2009
There is little doubt that melting glaciers of Tibetan Plateau provide a key source of water in the summer months providing 70 percent of the summer flow in the Ganges and 50-60 percent of the flow in other major rivers
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Year: 2009
The Greater Himalayas hold the largest mass of ice outside polar regions and are the source of the 10 largest rivers in Asia
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Year: 2009
In this paper, the authors review the empirical evidence of discontinuous distributions in complex systems within the context of panarchy theory and discuss the significance of discontinuities for understanding emergent properties such as resilience
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Year: 2009
Aboriginal peoples’ respect for the grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) is widely acknowledged, but rarely explored in wildlife management discourse in northern Canada
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Year: 2008
These two manuals have been developed for potential trainers of community-based organisations (CBOs) in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region as well as for advocates themselves
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Year: 2008
These two manuals have been developed for potential trainers of community-based organisations (CBOs) in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region as well as for advocates themselves
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