3 edition of Resource Constraints and Management Options in Mountain Watersheds of the Himalayas found in the catalog.
Resource Constraints and Management Options in Mountain Watersheds of the Himalayas
People and Resource Dynamics Project
by International Centre for Integrated Mountain
Written in English
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ICIMOD Working Paper /8 REDD+ in the Hindu Kush Himalayas A stocktaking study from Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan About ICIMOD The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, ICIMOD, is a regional knowledge development and learning centre serving the eight regional member countries of the Hindu Kush Himalayas – Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, . RA Mandal, PK Jha, NY Krakauer, A Jha, T Lakhankar (), Assessing cost effective management options of Eichhornia crassipes in ecotourism Ramsar sites, Nepal. International Journal of Agricultural Science, Research and Technology in Extension and Education Systems, 7(2) PDF ( KB).
iv RESOURCE BOOK MULTISCALE INTEGRATED RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT v Foreword Managing water resources is a critical challenge in the mountain and hill regions of the Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH). Not. Harnessing Wisdom for Managing Watersheds: (Clustered-village Resource Management Association) (Refer ) are unique ideas on the lines of the concept of agro-industrial watershed suggested by Bali (). We argue here for certain basic re-thinking in the policy options for viable watershed management by combining local knowledge.
Oct 26, · Nepal: building climate resilience of watersheds in mountain eco-regions - climate change and vulnerability mapping in watersheds in middle and high mountains of Nepal. ADB Technical Assistance Consultant's Report for Department of Soil Conservation and Watershed Management (DSCWM), Government of Nepal. this resource and to make no or very little use of it. This is a book on the geography of the world’s groundwater, with emphasis on its physical aspects, but to some extent also dealing with related economic aspects and management. It is somewhere in between a book for scientific and technical.
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Download Citation | On May 1,John Gerrard and others published Resource Constraints and Management Options in Mountain Watersheds of the Himalayas | Author: John Gerrard. May 17, · Verma PK, Kothyari BP () Assessment of rainfall, runoff and sediment losses of the Bheta Gad watershed, India. In: White R, Bhuchar SK (eds) Resource constraints and management options in mountain watersheds of the Himalayas.
ICIMOD, Kathmandu, pp – Google ScholarCited by: Water Resource Management in a Middle Mountain Watershed: A Case Study in Xizhuang, Yunnan, China Mountain Watersheds of the Himalayas.
straints and Management Options in Mountain. Long-term action research on the rehabilitation of degraded lands in the middle mountains of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas (HKH) has been conducted under the Rehabilitation of Degraded Land in the Mountain Ecosystems Project () and the People and Resource Dynamics in the Mountain Watersheds of the Hindu-Kush Himalayas Project ( to the present).Cited by: 1.
Book chapter; Conference paper: Resource constraints and management options in mountain watersheds of the Himalayas. Proceedings of a Regional Workshop, Kathmandu Conference Title: Resource constraints and management options in mountain watersheds of the Himalayas.
Proceedings of a Regional Workshop, Kathmandu, Nepal, December Author: Qian Jie, Xu JianChu, R. White, S. Bhuchar. A joint venture between the People and Resource Dynamics in Mountain Watersheds watersheds Subject Category: Topographic Features see more details of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas Project (PARDYP) and a group of villagers has helped to resolve local conflicts that were preventing sound management.
This paper advocates that any policies for the. Abstract. The Middle Mountains in the Himalayas contain some of the most intensively used watersheds in mountain regions of the world.
As shown in this case study increased climatic variability is leading to widespread shortages of drinking and irrigation water and land stability, accelerated erosion, sediment transport and flooding are the main issues during storm home-and-stone-investments.com by: 2.
Oct 19, · This set of papers presents a description of the synthesis of hydrological problems and various environmental implications and management strategies for different highland and headwater regions of the world.
Regions covered include the Himalayas, Book Edition: 1st Edition. A simple water balance is then applied to determine the irrigation schedule for effective water allocation among farmers; and possible water management options for local decision making are then suggested.
Also in this section, potential entry points and pathways Cited by: 1. The sustainable management of common property resources in the Indian Central Himalaya: a case study from Garur Ganga watershed constraints and management options in mountain watersheds of the Himalayas.
().Author: Mohammed Al-Busaidi. The People and Resource Dynamics of Mountain Watersheds in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas (PARDYP) project, a regional research for development project in the field of natural resources and watershed management, has established five research catchments in China, India, Nepal and Pakistan, which are managed by local research organisations.
FIGURE Disasters in the South Asia region have been dominated by floods over the past century ( to ) in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, and Pakistan. SOURCE: Based on data from CRED (). Focusing on the most recent year period (i.e., the most recent climate “normals”) provides additional insight, although the patterns and trends seem less clear.
Case studies (Forest Management) Problems and constraints experienced so far in implementation, and anticipated, are also discussed. This is a major departure from more conventional resource management systems premised on macro policy-based “command/control” formulas applied by central agencies that typically optimize technical.
The Indian Himalayas can be divided into different sections: western, central, and eastern; this presentation focused on comparing and contrasting these regions. There is considerable complexity involved in observing changes over the Indian Himalayas.
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Oct 09, · Abstract. This paper examines linkages between climate change and rural out-migration in Himalaya. Subsistence agriculture constitutes the main source of food and rural livelihoods in the region although the availability of arable land is severely limited and crop productivity is home-and-stone-investments.com by: 8.
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FAO, The group promoters resource book-a practical guide to building rural self-help groups, Rome, p natural resource management is. Widespread removal of grounds fuels to reduce fire risk throughout the watersheds would be difficult given the area’s steep and rocky terrain and sometimes thick duff layer, he noted.
“Historically, the biggest fires in the watersheds were caused by activity like logging,” he added, noting an especially large fire occurred in. Natural Resource Management approaches and technologies in Nepal. NEPCAT Fact Sheets.
For further information, more copies, CD-ROMs or for more information on how to contribute to the network.Overall, the Mountain Areas Conservancy Project is a relevant and worthwhile initiative that should prove useful as a model for achieving conservation and rural development in the mountains and high valleys of northern Pakistan, and for other nature conservation endeavours, both in other regions of the country and across the wider region of.The goal of the IDRC workshops on Mountain Agriculture has been to combine the analysis of the economic, social and environmental policy context of Mountain Development with micro level research on community based resource management and natural science research that is aimed at analyzing and improving the state of particular component.