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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: 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: 2010
For a quarter of a century the Himalayan-Karakoram-Tibet (HKT) Workshop has provided scientists studying the India-Asia collision system a wonderful opportunity for workshop-style discussion with colleagues working in this region
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Year: 2010
The impacts of climate change on agriculture and food production in Southeast Asia will be largely mediated through water, but climate is only one driver of change
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Year: 2006
The analysis of the long-term hydrological, meteorological and glaciological data from the Nepal Himalayas has revealed that the climate in the Nepal Himalayas is changing faster than the global average
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Year: 2009
The Khudi watershed lies in western Nepal within 28003’-28030’ north, 84011’-84038’ east and 823 m-3000 m above sea level
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Year: 25 November 2010
The world warmed by about 0
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Year: 2010
Glaciers are the largest reservoir of freshwater on Earth, supporting one third of the world's population
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Year: 2012
In the face of climatic and other socioeconomic changes, most South Asian countries having large and growing population, limited land resources, and increasing water stress face a common challenge of how to grow more food with the same or less land, less water, and increased energy prices
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