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作者:Bharati, Luna , Bhattarai, Utsav ...
来源:[B].International Water Management Institute (IWMI)2019
摘要:The Koshi Basin, spread across China, Nepal and India, is perceived as having high potential for hydropower and irrigation development, both seen as ways to promote economic development in the region. This paper quantifies and assesses the past and projected future spatial and te...
作者:... Wannop, T. , Bharati, Luna , Sugden, Fraser
来源:[B].International Water Management Institute (IWMI)2015
摘要:Rural people in Nepal and other developing nations are part of complex, social-ecological systems. Efforts to provide assistance to these people must integrate knowledge from a variety of perspectives. This report documents the use of a role-playing game, supported by an agent-ba...
作者:Bharati, Luna , Lacombe, Guillaume ...
来源:[B].International Water Management Institute (IWMI)2011
摘要:This study assessed the variability of flows under present and 'naturalized' basin conditions in the Upper Ganges Basin (UGB). Furthermore, the PRECIS regional climate model (RCM) was used to generate climate projections for the UGB, with subsequent simulations of future river fl...
作者:... Ramesh, Vidya , Philip, Anil , Bharati, Luna
来源:[B].International Water Management Institute (IWMI)2014
摘要:As climate change becomes accepted as a reality in the scientific community, it is critical to continue to understand its impact on the ground, particularly for communities dependent on agriculture and natural resources. This report reviews the extensive literature on the vu...
作者:Smakhtin, Vladimir , Gamage, Nilantha , Bharati, Luna
来源:[B].International Water Management Institute (IWMI)2007
摘要:This study attempts to examine those unique aspects of interbasin water transfer planning, which are of critical importance to the sustainable water resources development in India. It focuses on the crucial aspect of accurate quantification of surface water availability, which de...
作者:Bharati, Luna , Pant, Dhruba ...
来源:[B].International Water Management Institute (IWMI)2010
摘要:The impact of climate change (CC) on water resources is likely to affect agricultural systems and food security. This is especially true for Nepal, a least developed country, where a high percentage of the population is dependent on agriculture for its livelihoods. It is thu...
作者:Bharati, Luna , Gurung, P. ...
来源:[B].International Water Management Institute (IWMI)2014
摘要:Climate change could have a critical impact on agriculture in Nepal due to dry-season water shortages, and changes in the variability of water availability and associated uncertainty. This makes water storage systems (most notably ponds and tanks) increasingly important. This rep...

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