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Books / Reports

Subject Expert database of Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) of Faculty of IHR -Universities (Volume I)

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Subject Expert database of Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) of Faculty of IHR -R&D Institutions (Volume II)

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Subject Expert database of Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) of Non-Government Organizations (Volume III)

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Use of Pine Needles for making Environment Friendly products and Avoidance of Forest Fire

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Disasters and Ladakh - Action Points for Management and Mitigation

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Sustainability of Tourism in Ladakh - Review, Recommendations & Action Agenda

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Migratory birds of Ladakh

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High Altitude Wetlands in the Indian Himalaya - Conservation and Management

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Monitoring and assessment of environmental parameters

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Bird Identification and Basic Ornithology- A Progress Report

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सफलता की कहानी कृषकों की जुबानी

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Tree Diversity of Indian Himalayan Region

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Caterpillar Fungus in the Himalaya : Current Understanding and Future Possibilities

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Governance for Sustaining Himalayan Ecosystem (G-SHE)

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Diversity of Birds in Surya - Kunj

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Diversity of Butterflies in Surya - Kunj

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पर्वतीय छेत्रों के आर्थिक विकास हेतु समन्वित मत्स्य पालन

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Progression in Development Planning for the Indian Himalayan Region

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Institute Profile

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The Himalayan Biodiversity

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25 Glorious Years of GBPIHED

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Journey through a Sacred Land

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Compendium of Statistics for the States of Indian Himalayan Region

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Compendium on Indian Biosphere Reserves

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Glimpses of Forestry Research in Indian Himalayan Region

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MoEF Discussion Paper on Himalayan Glaciers

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Promising Fibre-yielding Plants Of The Indian Himalayan Region

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NESFP : National Environmental Sciences Fellows Programme

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Climate Change And India : A 4X4 Assessment

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Village Environment Action Plan (VEAP)

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Task Force Report : Planning Commission

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Action Plan for Himalaya

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Newsletters

Journal Publications

Policy Briefs

Accelerating Change: Engaging Local Communities in Disaster Risk Reduction in the Indian Himalayan Region - Disaster statistics for mountain regions reveal a concerning trend of increasing event occurrence, injuries and fatalities and socioeconomic impacts and costs. This reflects significant increases in population and infrastructure exposure and vulnerability as well as increasing hazard frequency and magnitude in many cases....

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Spring revival with Sustainable Land Management (SLM) practices in the mid-hills of Uttarakhand, India: Northwestern Himalayas - The Himalayan region, often referred to as the sacred “Water Towers of Asia”, directly support a population of over 240 million people .Between 60-80% of the population is estimated to depend on springs as a source of water for drinking, domestic purposes, sanitation and general livelihoods....

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Contributing to Sustainable Development in the Indian Himalayan Region The Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) covers 533,000 sq.km. across 10 mountain States and four hill districts of India that make up our north and northeastern borders. The region stretches from the mountains in the northern States of Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand, and Himachal Pradesh to the north-eastern States of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura, and also covers the hill districts of Dima Hasao and Karbi Anglong in Assam and Darjeeling and Kalimpong in West Bengal......

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Report of Working Group V- Data for Informed Decision Making Mountain ecosystems play an important role in shaping the sustainable development of India. Realizing the importance of the Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) as a unique treasure of environmental goods and services and a rich repository of biodiversity and cultural diversity, and considering its sensitivity to natural disasters and climate change, the Government of India has accorded the highest priority to IHR and safeguarding of Himalayan ecosystems.....

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Climate Change and Tourism- Policy Brief on Sustainability of Tourism in IHR under Climate Change – Analyses of Policy Option The prospects of tourism in IHR, which is nature based and linked with climatic seasons and climatic events, may considerably improve under climate change due to – i) increased inflow of tourists to IHR to seek relief from scorching heat/ increased temperature conditions in Indian plains, ii) elongated durations of tourists seasons, iii) new opportunities in high altitude/ remote location based nature/ culture/ adventure/ educational tourism, and iv) enhanced scope in winter tourism......

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