Understanding Indigenous peoples' perception on climate change impacts on floral and faunal species in Eastern Nepal
In the recent years, there has been extensive interest in measuring the impacts of climate change biodiversity.Indigenous people have been experiencing the phenomenon of climate change making reference to various living organisms. They have been realizing the changes in different activities and qualitative aspects than normal in various biological resources surrounding them.
Is the growth of birch at the upper timberline in the Himalayas limited by moisture or by temperature?
RIVER ECOLOGICAL STUDY: BUILDING THE KNOWLEDGE BASE FOR VARIETY OF ASSESSMENTS SUCH AS CLIMATE CHANGE IN NEPAL
Biodiversity is the combination of all life-forms at genetic, species, and ecosystem level. Nepal has variation in biodiversity due to variation in geography, altitudinal range, and climate. But global climate is changing naturally, affecting various aspects of life. Long-term impacts of changes in climatic patterns have impacts on the forest resources. Decrease in snowfall and snow cover in the Himalayan region affects the Nomad groups to feed their livestock.