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Climate Change Imprint and Impacts on Livelihood of Indigenous Nationalities: A Case of Chepang Community from Bhumlichowk Area, Gorkha District, Nepal

@article{Duwal2017ClimateCI,
  title={Climate Change Imprint and Impacts on Livelihood of Indigenous Nationalities: A Case of Chepang Community from Bhumlichowk Area, Gorkha District, Nepal},
  author={S D Duwal and Pawan K Neupane and Bimala Devi Devkota and G. C. Yubak Dhoj},
  journal={International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={35},
  pages={173-183}
}
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