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Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Effects of forest growth in different vegetation communities on forest catchment water balance

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Nitrogen saturation of forested catchments in central Japan – Progress or recovery?

Photo by Aditya Deshmukh on Unsplash
Photo by Aditya Deshmukh on Unsplash

Project • CRECS2020-07MY-Tripathee

Transboundary air pollution on the northern and southern side of the Himalayas: Characteristics, sources, climatic and health implications

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Photo by Samuel Toh on Unsplash

Project • CRRP2021-01MY-Wee

Development of environmental DNA reference database for coastal resource management of Southeast Asian mangroves

Project • CRRP2021-03MY-Borodavko

Hazard assessment of glacial lake outburst floods in Russian, Mongolian and Chinese Altai

Project • CRRP2021-04MY-Paudel

Enhancing ecosystem-based adaptation to disaster risk reduction in the Himalayan river basin: Integrating traditional and local knowledge in disaster management plan in Nepal, India and Bangladesh

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Climate and land-use change impacts on spatiotemporal variations in groundwater recharge: A case study of the Bangkok Area, Thailand

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Project • CRRP2021-11MY-P.Kayastha

Floating Treatment Wetland System (FTWS) – Sustainable green technology to remediate polluted surface water bodies in the COVID-19 era

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Project • CBA2021-03MY-Truong

Citizen science and co-experimentation for scaling up climate smart agriculture (CSA) in the northern mountainous region of Vietnam

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Project • CBA2021-04MY-Hossain

Scientific capacity building in assessing the coastal dynamics (land-use, biodiversity & ecosystem services) including the influence of climate change in the coastal zone – towards a locally adapted MSP Framework