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Himalaya | Seeking a Coordinated Approach in Glacier Research

The 2400 km long arcuate Himalaya-Hindu Kush mountain range supports largest accumulation of snow and ice following the Polar regions of Arctic and Antarctic and Greenland. Apart from the several peaks that attain more than 8000 m heights above mean sea level, the Himalaya also brings to life many major rivers that support ~1.3 billion people in one of the most densely populated regions of the world. Researchers have attempted to understand the feedback mechanism between climate forcing and glacier...

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