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FOREWORD
Peter H. Raven

PART 1: OVERVIEW

PART 2: ATLAS
PART 3: CASE STUDIES
PART 4: ISSUES
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BACKGROUND SOURCES

Mountains

Section I: Introduction to mountain ecosystems

  1. Mountains: Globally important ecosystems (Martin F. Price, Unasylva 195, v49 n195 p3, http://www.fao.org/docrep/w9300e/w9300e03.htm, 1998)
  2. Mountains, biodiversity and conservation (A. Chaverri-Polini, Unasylva 195, v49, n195 p47, 1998)
  3. Animals thrive in an avalanche's wake (Kevin Krajick, Science, v279 n5358 p1853)

Section II: Population and mountains

  1. Peak season (Richard Woodbury, Time, n2 p50-51, 1999)
  2. Women, children and well-being in the mountains of the Hindu Kush Himalayan region (J.D. Gurung, Unasylva 196, v50 n196 p12, http://www.fao.org/wacient/faoinfo/unasylva/196/, 1999)
  3. People and mountains (Derek Denniston, Overview, People and the Planet, http://www.oneworld.org/patp/vol5/overview.html)
  4. Taming the tourists (Mark Price, People and the Planet, http://www.oneworld.org/patp/vol5/feature1.html)
  5. Environment, culture, economy and tourism: Dilemmas in Hindu Kush-Himalayas (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/imd983.htm)

Section III: Mountain policy

  1. Intellectual, biological, and cultural property rights in the HKH (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/ publications/imd/imd982.htm)
  2. UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere programme in mountain areas (Thomas Schaaf, Unasylva 196, v50 n196 p31-34, 1999)
  3. Chapter 13: Sustainable mountain development (Agenda 21, Progress Report, FAO, http://www.fao.org/sd/epdirect/Epre0032.htm)

Section IV: Development and management in mountain ecosystems

  1. Managing mountain parks: Special challenges (Lawrence S. Hamilton, Unasylva 196, v50 n196 p20-23, 1999)
  2. Market and small towns in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas: Alternative modes of urbanization (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/imd98-8.htm)
  3. Development of mini- and micro-hydropower: Issues and constraints (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/issue972.htm)
  4. Management of water for the prevention of environmental hazards (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/issu6.htm)
  5. Integrated planning for environment and economic development in mountain areas: Concepts, issues and approaches (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/issue1.html)
  6. Lessons learned from an interregional experience in participatory upland development (L. Fe'd Ostiani, Unasylva 196, v50 n196 p9-11, http://www.fao.org/docrep/x0963e/x0963e04.htm, 1999)
  7. Participation in upland development and conservation (J. Escobedo Urquizo, Unasylva 196, v50 n196 p3-8, http://www.fao.org/docrep/x0963e/x0963e03.htm, 1999)
  8. The Andringitra National Park in Madagascar (H. Rabetaliana et al., Unasylva 196, v50 n196 p25-30, http://www.fao.org/docrep/x0963e/x0963e07.htm, 1999)
  9. 2. Planning and management of mountain watershed in the tropics
    (S.K. Datta et al., in XI World Forestry Congress, v2, Oct. 13-22, 1997, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foda/wforcong/publi/v2/t9e/1-3.htm)
  10. 3.1 Mountain forests and sustainable mountain development (Gottle, El-Hadji and M. Sene, in XI World Forestry Congress, v2, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foda/wforcong/publi/v2/t00e/1-5.htm, Oct. 13-22, 1997)
  11. French forest communes and sustainable development in mountain areas (P.C. Zingari, Unasylva 195, v49 n195 p55-57, 1998)
  12. Mountain research and development: Past, present and the future (J.D. Ives, Unasylva 195, v49 n195 p58-61, 1998)
  13. Sustainable mountain agricultural development programme (LESOTHO, http://www.fao.org/Gender/static/tci/lesotho.htm)

Section V: Mountains and climate

  1. Landscape and climate change in the central Canadian Rockies during the 20th century (Brian H. Luckman, The Canadian Geographer 42, n4 p319-336, Winter 1998)

Section VI: Mountains and water

  1. Mountains and freshwater supply (H. Liniger and R. Weingartner, Unasylva 195, v49 n195 p39-46, 1998)

Section VII: Mountain economics

  1. The economics of mountain resource flows (Jane Pratt and Lynelle Preston, Unasylva 195, v49 n195 p31-38, 1998)
  2. Highland-lowland economic linkages (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/issu8.htm)

Section VIII: Mountain agriculture

  1. Livestock development in mixed crop farming systems (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/imd98-5.htm)
  2. Sustainable mountain agriculture in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas: Strengthening education and research capacities (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/issue3.html)
  3. Trends and prospects of sustainable mountain agriculture in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/imd99-2.htm)
  4. Bioterracing and soil conservation (ICIMOD, Issues in Mountain Development, http://www.icimod.org.sg/publications/imd/imd98-7.htm)

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