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Landslide hazard around Mussoorie: the lesser himalayan tourist destination of Uttarakhand, India. (6.5 MB)

a-geological-appraisal-of-slope-instability-in-upper-alaknanda-valley-uttarakhand-himalaya-india-2381-8719-1000258 (1.7MB)

 ROAD ACCIDENTS I (96.5 KB)

ROAD ACCIDENTS II (5 MB)

ROAD ACCIDENTS III (4.3 MB)

MANAGING ACCIDENTS (5.5 MB)

HIMALAYAN URBAN CENTERS (9.7 MB)

AMPARAV TRADEGY (4.7 MB)

GROUND SUBSIDENCE (7.2 MB)

LANDSLIDE HAZARD ZONATION (8.1 MB)

AVODING LANDSLIDES IN MUSSOORIE (5.1 MB)

LANDSLIDES:CENTRAL HIMALAYAS (4.1 MB)

NON MONSOONAL LANDSLIDES (7.2 MB)

TEHRI DAM (2.3 MB)

NEW METHODOLOGY (2.6 MB)

TRADITIONAL INPUTS (146.7 KB)

CORRECTIVE ACTION (1.4 MB)

NATRUE OF ROAD ACCIDENTS (2.8 MB)

For the cause of geology(Current Science) (18.3 KB)

Disaster loms karge over Joshimath (23.1 KB)

Koti Banal(Current Science) (257.4 KB)

Seismic Vulnerability of Mussooriee (252.5 KB)

Seismic vulnerability of health infrastructure in Mussoorie (376 KB)

Lessons learnt from the Deluge of Kedarnath, Uttarakhand (893.9 KB)

Implications of Rapid Land Use/Land Cover Changes upon the Environment of the Area Around Nainital in Uttarakhand, India (1.50 MB)

Impact of Climate Change on Life and Livelihood of Indigenous People of Higher Himalaya in Uttarakhand(673 KB)

InternationalJournalofDisasterRiskReduction (3.2 MB)

Traditional Practices for Survival in Resource Depleted Himalayan Region: Challenges Put Forth by Climate Change and Response of Local Communities (560.6 KB)

Traditional Genius and Earthquakes (2.3 MB)

Weather Forecasting: Traditional Knowledge of the People of Uttarakhand Himalaya

Seismic vulnerability of Nainital and Mussoorie, two major Lesser Himalayan tourist destinations of India

International Journal for Disaster Risk Reduction (609.4 KB)