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Kekexili, a paradise for wild animals

Kekexili, a paradise for wild animals

Kekexili (also called Hoh Xil) is located in the northwestern part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau that is known as an uninhabited land and a paradise for wild animals. Covering 4,500,000 hectares, the Kekexili Nature Reserve Park is the largest nature ..., 4 days ago

Stoichiometry of Root and Leaf Nitrogen and Phosphorus in a Dry Alpine Steppe on the Northern Tibetan Plateau

by Jiangtao Hong, Xiaodan Wang, Jianbo Wu Leaf nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) have been used widely in the ecological stoichiometry to understand nutrient limitation in plant. However,few studies have focused on the relationship between root ...
 Plosone.org1 month ago Effects of Grazing Regimes on Plant Traits and Soil Nutrients in an Alpine Steppe, Northern Tibetan Plateau  Plosone.org1 month ago
Malay Mail

Beer Ingredient Barley Enabled Early Humans To Survive The Harsh Tibetan Plateau

Early humans likely survived the tough conditions on the Tibetan Plateau by growing a crop used to make beer: barley. Research published this week in the journal Science found Tibetans relied on barley because it could resist the freezing ...
 International Business Times5 days ago Living high! First humans settled on Tibetan Plateau 3,600 years ago  Malay Mail1 week ago New study reveals life at the top in Tibet  Shanghai Daily1 week ago Humans Permanently Settled on Tibetan Plateau 3600 Years Ago: Study  MedIndia6 days ago

Patterns and Potential Drivers of Dramatic Changes in Tibetan Lakes, 19722010

by Yingkui Li, Jingjuan Liao, Huadong Guo, Zewen Liu, Guozhuang Shen Most glaciers in the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau are retreating, and glacier melt has been emphasized as the dominant driver for recent lake expansions on the Tibetan ...
 Plosone.org3 weeks ago
Jagran Post

Barley helped early Tibetans survive high altitude: study

Early Tibetans' ability to grow barley enabled them to establish permanent settlements at such an extreme altitude in the Himalayas, a new study suggests. Researchers examined pottery, stone artifacts, animal bones, charred plant remains and other ...
 Business Standard India4 days ago
International Business Times UK

Himalayan Viagra fuels caterpillar fungus gold rush

Overwhelmed by speculators trying to cash-in on a prized medicinal fungus known as Himalayan Viagra, two isolated Tibetan communities have managed to do at the local level what world leaders often fail to do on a global scale implement a successful ...
 Environmental Research Web3 weeks ago 'Himalayan Viagra' sparks mad rush in Tibet  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Himalayan Viagra fuels gold rush for local Tibetans  ProKerala.com4 weeks ago Himalayan Viagra Harvest Successfully Regulated by Local Tibetan Communities  International Business Times UK4 weeks ago
Helsinki Times

Tibet: Increased Chinese Crackdown Greatly Reducing Number of Tibetans Able to Flee

Although many thousands of Tibetans have crossed into Nepal over the years in order to flee Chinese oppression, the number making the dangerous trip to India has dramatically reduced in recent years. The increased Chinese social and military ...
 United Nations and Peoples Organisation1 month ago Fewer Tibetans make dangerous crossing to freedom  Washington Post1 month ago China crackdown slows Tibet refugee crossings to freedom in India  Capital Bay1 month ago China's crackdown slows Tibetan refugee crossings to freedom in India  Helsinki Times1 month ago

Inside the Jokhang Jowo Sakyamuni Chapel Digitization of Tibetan Monastery Treasures

AnEvening Presentation by Professor Luo Wenhua, Senior Researcher, Religious Affairs Department, Palace Museum, Beijing Drinks Reception at 06.30pm Presentation at 7pm Close at 8pm Tibetan Monasteries today are vast repositories for ...
 AsiaSource4 weeks ago
International Business Times UK

New strategic rail network to Tibet's borders endangers environment, raises regional security concerns

China has confirmed plans to extend the railway in Tibet to the borders of India, Bhutan and Nepal by 2020, and the construction of a new line east from Lhasa close to India's border, in a new strategic network. The Chinese state media has announced ...
 International Campaign for Tibet2 weeks ago Blog on Dalai Lama-China talks posted in PRC prompts speculation  International Campaign for Tibet2 months ago Tibet: Dalai Lama Calls On India to Raise Border Issues during Xi Jinping Visit  United Nations and Peoples Organisation2 months ago Dalai Lama says border woes must be resolved though talks, not force  Times of India2 months ago
Digital Journal

World's first Yak museum opened in Lhasa, Tibet

In December, 2012, it was announced to the world that a was being built, with aid from Beijing, in Lhasa, Tibet. After almost a year-and-a-half of construction, the museum opened to the public on May 18, 2014, on World Exhibition Day. The covers ...
 Digital Journal3 days ago Tibet Vista Will Initiate Brand-new Prairie Trekking Routes in Tibet in 2015  Town Hall1 month ago
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