Habitat Himalaya

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  • Adhikari K. (2017) Ethnobotany, Plant Trade Globalisation and Forestry Management: An Ethnobotanical Study of a Tamang Village In Nepal, Habitat Himalaya, XVIII (II).

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  • Adhikari T.R. (2002) The Curse of Success, Habitat Himalaya, IX (III).

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  • BAIDYA B. (2004), Oasis in Polluted Mountain Valley, Volume XI (III)

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  • BANSKOTA A. (2007), Don’t Improve It Into A Flop!, Volume XIV (II)

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  • GURUNG C. (1999), Resources Nepal Fact File- The Burdens of Democracy, Volume VI (I)

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  • KARKY B.S. (2005), Who Will Grow Forest, Bring Benefit And Save The Earth, Volume XII (I)

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  • NAMGYAL T.S. (2001), From Monasteries To Capital Markets, Volume XIII (III)

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  • Neupane D. (2007) Climate Change, Protected Areas and Biogas, Habitat Himalaya, XIV(III).

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  • PANDEY S.B. (2003), Brave New Step Twenty Years After, Volume X (I)

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  • SHAH K.B. (2002), Culture is Conservation, VOLUME IX (II)

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  • SHERPA P.Y. (2014), Climate Change Impacts Among The Sherpas: An Anthropological Study In The Everest Region, Nepal, Volume XVIII (I)

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  • SHRESTHA S. (2009), Destroying A Remnant Sacred Forest, Volume XVI (III)

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  • Tachamo Shah R.D. (2018) Bio-Indicators For Assessing Nepalese River Health, Habitat Himalaya, XIX (I).

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  • TAMANG K.M. (2003), Conservation Every where-BlackBuck Nowhere, Volume X (III)

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  • THE INSEPARABLE TIBETAN LANDSCAPE OF NEPAL-VOLUME VIII NUMBER II-2001-Pralad Yonzon, PhD

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  • YONZON P. (2002), The Wounds of Neglect, Volume IX (I)

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  • YONZON P. (2003), Buy Elephants And Get Your Eden Free, Volume X (II)

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  • YONZON P. (2004), If Good Science is expensive-Don’t Try Jump Start, Volume XI (I)

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