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Year: 2009
The Alpine Region provides a unique environment for agrobiodiversity
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Year: 2009
Rainfall-runoff response in temperate humid headwater catchments is mainly controlled by hydrological processes at the hillslope scale
Year: 2009
The European Alps rely on winter precipitation for various needs in terms of hydropower and other water uses
Year: 2009
Many forested areas in industrial countries are exposed to excess deposition of airborne nitrogen (N) and sulfur (S)
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Year: 2009
In high mountain areas, permafrost is important because it influences the occurrence of natural hazards, because it has to be considered in construction practices, and because it is sensitive to climate change
Year: 2009
For many years, the specific handicaps of mountain areas in Europe have been seen as a major reason for targeted policies, particularly for mountain agriculture
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Year: 2008
In the 1970s and 1980s UNESCO?s worldwide Man and Biosphere Programme (MaB) provided a great stimulus to overcome the large gap between natural and social sciences
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Year: 2008
The Mountain Forum Bulletin focuses on the theme of climate change in mountains and adaptation to climate change
Year: 2008
This newsletter contains 56 pages of global change science from mountain regions around the world, news from MRI's regional networks, meeting reports, interview and book review
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