Documents

HighNoon Science and Policy Brief - Adaptation to Climate Change in the Ganges Basin, Northern India Science and Policy Brief with findings and recommendations for policy makers. 'Moors, E. J. and C. Siderius, 2012. Adaptation to Climate Change in the Ganges Basin, Northern India: A Science and Policy Brief. Alterra, Wageningen UR, Wageningen, the Netherlands, p48'.
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HighNoon video on the Ganges basis A video compilation of the Ganga, which has been made by HighNoon team members.
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Glaciers, Snow melt and Runoff in the Himalayas - Report on the outcomes of a Trans-Himalayan workshop held at ICIMOD in Kathmandu, Nepal, 6-7 Feb 2012 HighNoon, with the support of ICIMOD, DFID and the SDC, organised a Trans-Himalayan workshop on "Glacier, Snow Melt and Runoff in the Himalayas" on 6–7 February 2012, at ICIMOD in Kathmandu, Nepal. The two-days workshop aimed at bringing together regional and international researchers, government administration and donor agencies to discuss the current state of cryospheric and glacio-hydrologic research in the wider Hindu Kush – Himalayan region.
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HighNoon Newsletter, issue 4 (January 2012) Editorial: The HighNoon project has entered its final phase. The interaction with stakeholders in the case study areas and other stakeholders receives much attention. In Allahabad and in the Kansabati Basin stakeholder workshops were organized at the district and community level to prioritize adaption options. The HighNoon Spring School is about to start to share and further discuss solved and unresolved climate change adaptation issues.
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MindMap of Climate research gaps MindMap developed during the policy meeting on November 28, New Delhi India.
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The Fate of the Big Rain Climate change affects people both globally and regionally. Pankaj Kumar, for example, who works at the Climate Service Center and the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg, and is involved in the HighNoon project, is investigating the interplay of dry season and monsoon in India. He wants to discover the future outlook for water resource availability on the subcontinent.
Max Planck Research Magazine (number 1, 2011)
HighNoon Newsletter, issue 2 (February 2011) This newsletter gives an overview with the Delivery Reports on HighNoon Modelling Domain; Sensitivity analysis of the indicator framework; Baseline assessment of current and future socioeconomic scenarios for Northern India, and the analysis of climate uncertainty. Applied methods are described and a report from the vulnerability Assessment Workshops.
HighNoon Dissemination in 2010 Preliminary overview with dissemination of results from the HighNoon programme in 2010.
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HighNoon Factsheet Factsheet: Adaptation to Changing Water Resources Availability in Northern India with respect to Himalayan Glacier Retreat and Changing Monsoon Pattern, with a description of the approach, research aim and deliverables.
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HighNoon Leaflet Leaflet: Adaptation to Changing Water Resources Availability in Northern India with respect to Himalayan Glacier Retreat and Changing Monsoon Pattern with a short description of the situation, aim, consortium partners, etc.
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