Phumachangtang, amid the plateau of the Tibet autonomous region, is said to be the world's highest town. Its sole primary school is also the closest of its kind to the sky. At 5,373 meters above sea level, it is 200 meters higher than the base ... CHINAdaily, 2 weeks ago
by Ninglian Wang, Xiaobo Wu, Natalie Kehrwald, Zhen Li, Quanlian Li, Xi Jiang, Jianchen Pu The β radioactivity of snow-pit samples collected in the spring of 2011 on four Tibetan Plateau glaciers demonstrate a remarkable peak in each snow pit ...Plosone.org, 3 weeks ago
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Hydropower dams on the Tibetan plateau will be inefficient or inoperable because of freezing temperatures and exacerbate climate change, warns geologist Yang Yong The frozen Yarlung Tsangpo river just before it enters India - freezing temperatures ...China Dialogue, 2 months ago
RISING monsoonal air over Indonesia and Northern Australia joins a giant tropospheric conveyor belt that deposits it in Antarctica, contributing to icebreaking, a study suggests. Researchers from Florida State University, writing in the Journal of ...The Australian, 1 week ago
Choglamsar, India - Education is bringing Tibetan refugees in India together and is increasingly seen as the key to tackling high unemployment in a community whose unclear legal status limits job opportunities. The schooling of younger Tibetans ...Al Jazeera, 1 month ago
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By Russ Mason IT has been some time since I reported about the ongoing disaster at Fukushima in northeast Japan, but its deadly radioactive isotopes continue to spread around the world. Although the Mariana Islands have not been directly ...Marianas Variety, 2 weeks ago
ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT : Findings from China Meteorological Administration Yields New Data on Ecology Research (Vulnerability of the Tibetan Pastoral Systems to Climate and...
Findings from China Meteorological Administration Yields New Data on Ecology Research (Vulnerability of the Tibetan Pastoral Systems to Climate and Global Change) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Ecology, Environment & Conservation -- ...4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
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