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Year: 2011
We study the interdecadal-scale variability over the Himalayas/Tibetan Plateau (H/TP) to deepen the understanding of Earth's important ecosystem after the recent controversy about glaciers melting in the Himalayan Mountains
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Year: 2011
the impact of carbon dioxide and aerosols on the snowpack using a global climate model
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Year: 2011
The Tibetan Plateau is the largest high-altitude landmass on Earth, with more than 45,000 glaciers that feed the major river systems in Asia, which in turn support 40% of the world's population
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Year: 2011
We use a data set of 86 surface pollen samples from moss polsters and surface soils from northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau to explore the relationship between modern pollen assemblages and contemporary vegetation patterns
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Year: 2010
This report aims to open up a dialogue on water challenges in the Hindu-Kush Himalaya region, an issue that could put the lives and livelihoods of millions of people at risk in the foreseeable future
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Year: 2010
Because of heterogeneous topographies, high-mountain areas could harbor a significant pool of cryptic forest refugia (glacial microrefugia unrecognized by palaeodata), which, as a result of poor accessibility, have been largely overlooked
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Year: 2010
Numerical experiments with the NASA finite-volume general circulation model show that heating of the atmosphere by dust and black carbon can lead to widespread enhanced warming over the Tibetan Plateau (TP) and accelerated snow melt in the western TP and Himalayas
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Year: 2009
Scientists call it the third pole — but when it comes to clear and present threats from climate change, it may rank first
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Year: 2008
The Achnatherum splendens community is an important type of warm steppe vegetation which plays a very important role in environmental protection in the area along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway
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Year: 2007
Focal mechanisms determined from moment tensor inversion and first motion polarities of the Himalayan Nepal Tibet Seismic Experiment (HIMNT) coupled with previously published solutions show the Himalayan continental collision zone near eastern Nepal is deforming by a variety of styles of deformation
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