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Year: 2016
The Himalayas, Hindu Kush, Karakorum mountains and the Tibetan Plateau make up the Hindu Kush-Himalayan (HKH) region, an area that has more snow and ice resources than any other region outside of the Polar Regions (Fig
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Year: 2014
The Hindu Kush?Himalayan region is the source of 10 major rivers serving over 1
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Year: 2013
A growing world population, combined with economic and social development, will continue to lead to increased demand for the outputs of agriculture – food, fodder, fuel and fibre
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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: 2011
This paper provides the methodology and results of a cross-scale diagnostic performance assessment program of the irrigation water management in the old lands of the Nile Delta of Egypt
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Year: 2011
Accurate estimates of evapotranspiration across different land uses are a major challenge in the process of understanding water availability and uses in a river basin
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Year: 2010
Water productivity in agriculture needs to be improved significantly in the coming decades to secure food supply to a growing world population
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Year: 2007
China, like many countries, is experiencing an unprecedented rate of urbanization
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Year: 2007
Reducing overall water diversions for agriculture, while maintaining or increasing production to keep up with increasing world population, has been and will continue to be a challenge
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