150 Glacier Systems and Seasonal Snow Cover in Six Major Asian River Basins : Hydrological Role under Changing Climate

  title={150 Glacier Systems and Seasonal Snow Cover in Six Major Asian River Basins : Hydrological Role under Changing Climate},
  author={Oxana S. Savoskul and Vladimir Smakhtin},
The publications in this series cover a wide range of subjects—from computer modeling to experience with water user associations—and vary in content from directly applicable research to more basic studies, on which applied work ultimately depends. Some research reports are narrowly focused, analytical and detailed empirical studies; others are wide-ranging and synthetic overviews of generic problems. Although most of the reports are published by IWMI staff and their collaborators, we welcome… CONTINUE READING
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