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Year: 2014
Himalayan glacier tongues are commonly debris covered and they are an important source of melt water
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Year: 2014
The performance of glaciohydrological models which simulate catchment response to climate variability depends to a large degree on the data used to force the models
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Year: 2013
Central Asian water resources largely depend on melt water generated in the Pamir and Tien Shan mountain ranges
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Year: 2013
Greater Himalayan glaciers are retreating and losing mass at rates comparable to glaciers in other regions of the world
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Year: 2013
Greater Himalayan glaciers are retreating and losing mass at rates comparable to glaciers in other regions of the world
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Year: 2012
Assessment of water resources from remote mountainous catchments plays a crucial role for the development of rural areas in or in the vicinity of mountain ranges
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Year: 2012
Assessment of water resources from remote mountainous catchments plays a crucial role for the development of rural areas in or in the vicinity of mountain ranges
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Year: 2012
Assessment of water resources from remote mountainous catchments plays a crucial role for the development of rural areas in or in the vicinity of mountain ranges
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Year: 2012
Accurate quantification of the spatial distribution of precipitation in mountain regions is crucial for assessments of water resources and for the understanding of high-altitude hydrology, yet it is one of the largest unknowns due to the lack of high-altitude observations
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