Trans-Himalaya


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Trans-Himalaya:

see HimalayasHimalayas
[Sanskrit,=abode of snow], great Asian mountain system, extending c.1,500 mi (2,410 km) E from the Indus River in Pakistan through India, the Tibet region of China, Nepal, E India, and Bhutan to the southern bend of the Brahmaputra River in SE Tibet.
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Coexistence of wild and domestic ungulates in the Nepalese Trans-Himalaya Resource competition or Habitat partitioning.
" Though China-Nepal-India Trans-Himalaya sub-regional development cooperation is on the horizon, India on its part likes to maintain exclusive relations with Nepal.
Livestock depredation by large carnivores in the Indian trans-Himalayas: conflict perceptions and conservation prospects.
2007: Carnivorecaused livestock mortality in Trans-Himalaya.--Environmental Management 39: 490-496.
Medicinal Plants of Indian Trans-Himalaya. Dehradun India: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh.
Medicinal Plants of Indian Trans-Himalaya. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh.
The production system in question is a Buddhist agropastoral one in Spiti region of the Indian Trans-Himalaya bordering Tibet.
As the BRI will eliminate this frontier through the Trans-Himalaya railway, India has frantically moved to sell the "Look South" policy to Nepal.
To address the river capture and the erosion-tectonic coupling hypotheses, U-Pb LA-MC-ICP-MS dating of detrital zircon grains (from palaeo-Brahmputra sediments as well as sands from modern rivers draining the Trans-Himalaya and Himalayan southern slopes) is integrated with microtextural analysis in a revised approach to the use of detrital zircon data as applied to provenance studies.
Hemis, a National park for Snow Leopard in India's Trans-Himalaya. International Pedigree Book of Snow Leopards 6:71-84.