Degradation of High Mountain Ecosystems in Northern Europe
Löffler Jörg
2004, 1(2): 97-114.
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Systems for Hazards Identification in High Mountain Areas: An Example from the Kullu District, Western Himalaya
Gardner James S., Saczuk Eric
2004, 1(2): 115-127.
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Paleomagnetic Excursions Recorded in the Yanchi Playa in Middle Hexi Corridor, NW China Since the Last Interglacial
YANG Taibao, YU Yongtao, LI Jijun, AN Congrong, LIU Jinfeng, ZHANG Junyan
2004, 1(2): 128-142.
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Approach to Mountain Hazards in Tibet, China
MA Dongtao, TU Jianjun, CUI Peng, LU Ruren
2004, 1(2): 143-154.
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Resource Utilization Pattern and Development in Hills—A Case for the Pindar Basin of Garhwal Himalaya, India
Sati Vishwambhar Prasad
2004, 1(2): 155-165.
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Wet Canopy Evaporation Rate of Three Stands in Western Sichuan, China
YANG Wanqin, WANG Kaiyun, Kellomäki Seppo, XIAO Ling
2004, 1(2): 166-174.
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Analysis on the Status of Farmers, Agriculture and Countryside, and Development Strategies and Measures in Tibet Autonomous Region
ZHONG Xianghao, LI Xiangmei, PENG Chuanzhong
2004, 1(2): 175-182.
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In the Mountain's Shadow: Japan'sSilk Reelers Blazed an Asian Path of Economic Development
Shimatsu Yoichi
2004, 1(2): 183-191.
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Gongga Alpine Ecosystem Observation Station of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Genwei Cheng
2004, 1(2): 192-192.
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