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Year: 2016
High levels of water-induced erosion in the transboundary Himalayan river basins are contributing to substantial changes in basin hydrology and inundation
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Year: 2015
Households are the basic units of production and consumption in rural communities
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Year: 2015
Wetlands are dynamic ecosystems with complex interrelationships of hydrology and ecology
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Year: 2014
The Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region is the source of ten large Asian river systems - the Amu Darya, Indus, Ganges, Brahmaputra (Yarlungtsanpo), Irrawaddy, Salween (Nu), Mekong (Lancang), Yangtse (Jinsha), Yellow River (Huanghe), and Tarim (Dayan), - and provides water, ecosystem services, and the basis for livelihoods to a population of around 0
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Year: 2014
Catchment-scale hydrological modelling in the Himalayan region suffers from multiple issues that affect our ability to represent the hydrological dynamics of a river system
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Year: 2013
The Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region is a vast complex of high mountains, intermontane valleys and plateaus; it contains some of the world's tallest peaks with over 60,000 km2 of glaciers and about 760,000 km2 of snow cover
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Year: 2013
This paper characterizes potential hydrological impact of future climate in the Bagmati River Basin, Nepal
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Year: 2011
A water vulnerability analysis is made of how sensitivity characteristics of the Ganges?Brahmaputra?Meghna (GBM) River basin may affect adaptive capacity
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