Technical Publications

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Year: 2017
Heavy rainfall (480 mm) on 16 July 2015 triggered a huge landslide (DGSE and GDKU, 2016) that dammed the Tui Lam Lui River approximately 52 km upstream of Yazagyo Dam near Hangken Village, Falam District in the Upper Chin hill region in northwestern Myanmar

The Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry of Myanmar requested ICIMOD to assess the landslide dam and develop a comprehensive management plan to tackle the problem
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Year: 2016
The ‘international conference on Mountain People Adapting to Change: Solutions beyond boundaries bridging science, policy, and practice’, held in Kathmandu from 9 to12 November 2014, sought to break down the boundaries between science, policy, and practice in adaptation to climatic and other changes in the mountains and downstream areas of the Hindu Kush Himalayas
Year: 2016
Nepal is vulnerable to landslides due to the landscape’s geological fragility and steep terrain, unsustainable development practices, and extreme rainfall events
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Year: 2015
There is a growing need for consistent forest biomass monitoring in the context of sustainable livelihoods, ecosystem services, and REDD+ monitoring, reporting, and verification (MRV)
Year: 2015
The forests of the Hindu Kush Himalayan region play a major role in maintaining the mountain ecosystem and supporting people’s livelihoods
Year: 2014
This publication provides a comprehensive account of the status of glaciers of Nepal in approximately 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010 to facilitate a better understanding of glacier dynamics over the past three decades
Year: 2013
In the present publication, thirty technologies and approaches from the Nepal Conservation Approaches and Technologies (NEPCAT) database, documented using the WOCAT tool, are being published as printed fact sheets to facilitate sharing with a wider audience
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Year: 2011
ICIMOD organised an International Symposium ‘Benefiting from Earth Observation: Bridging the Data Gap for Adaptation to Climate Change in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas’ from 4 to 6 October 2010, in partnership with Global Earth Observation (GEO), supported by USAID, NASA, GIZ, and SIDA, and in collaboration with the Government of Nepal, UNEP, WMO, and the regional space and remote sensing agencies SPARSSO, CMA, ISRO, and SUPARCO
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Year: 2011
Snow is an important component of the cryosphere, and the study of snow trends is essential for understanding regional climate change and for managing water resources
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Year: 2010
Widespread thinning and retreat of glaciers is leading to the formation of numerous melt-water lakes in their lower sections
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