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    188 Record(s) found in SERVIR HKH

  • Glaciers of Afghanistan 2000

    Glacier data of Afghanistan were prepared on the basis of Landsat imageries from 2000. The glacier outlines were derived semi-automatically using object-based image classification (OBIC) separately f..
  • Glaciers of Afghanistan 2010

    Glacier data of Afghanistan were prepared on the basis of Landsat imageries from 2010. The glacier outlines were derived semi-automatically using object-based image classification (OBIC) separately f..
  • Glaciers of Afghanistan 1990

    Glacier data of Afghanistan were prepared on the basis of Landsat imageries from 1990. The glacier outlines were derived semi-automatically using object-based image classification (OBIC) separately f..
  • Glaciers of Afghanistan 2015

    Glacier data of Afghanistan were prepared on the basis of Landsat imageries from 2015. The glacier outlines were derived semi-automatically using object-based image classification (OBIC) separately f..
  • Land cover of Nepal 2000

    Land cover and its change analysis across the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region is realized as an urgent need to support diverse issues of environmental conservation. This study presents the first an..
  • Land cover of Nepal 1990

    The land cover data for the years 1990 have been derived from Landsat TM 30m images using object based image analysis. The study estimated that 45.15% of Nepal is covered by forests and 25.41% by agr..
  • Possible Damming Site - Hazard Mapping of Nepal's Gorkha Earthquake 2015 induced landslide dams

    Large landslide dams are one of the most disastrous natural phenomena in mountainous regions all over the world Such dams are formed most commonly in tectonically active settings where high mountains..
  • Internal Relief Map of Nepal's Gorkha Earthquake 2015 affected area

    Large landslide dams are one of the most disastrous natural phenomena in mountainous regions all over the world Such dams are formed most commonly in tectonically active settings where high mountains..
  • Dip Slope - Hazard Mapping of Nepal's Gorkha Earthquake 2015 induced landslide Dams

    Large landslide dams are one of the most disastrous natural phenomena in mountainous regions all over the world Such dams are formed most commonly in tectonically active settings where high mountains..
  • Anti Dip Slope - Hazard Mapping of Nepal's Gorkha Earthquake 2015 induced landslide Dams

    Large landslide dams are one of the most disastrous natural phenomena in mountainous regions all over the world Such dams are formed most commonly in tectonically active settings where high mountains..