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Year: 2014
AbstractBackground Tibet, with an average altitude of more than 4,000 meters, is warming faster than anywhere else in China
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Year: 2014
China is undergoing a rapid transition from rural to urban dominated economy
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Year: 2014
Of all the natural hazards, drought affects the maximum number of people globally causing devastating impacts
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Year: 2014
In topographically diverse highland terrain, socio-economic and environmental conditions can vary dramatically over relatively short distances
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Year: 2012
Effects of climate change tend to be more severe where people rely on weather dependent rain-fed agriculture for their livelihoods
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Year: 2011
Glacier thinning and retreat in the Himalayas has resulted in the formation of new glacial lakes and the enlargement of existing lakes due to the accumulation of meltwater behind loosely consolidated end moraine dams
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Year: 2011
People living in mountain ecosystems in the developing world are particularly vulnerable to climate change as a result of their high dependence on natural resources for their livelihoods, comparatively higher exposure to extreme events, and widespread poverty and marginalisation
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Year: 2009
This paper presents and applies a conceptual framework to address human vulnerability to climate change
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