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Glaciological Data Series
2.6 Water Related Hazards in the Karakoram
Bell, I. (1988) Avalanche geomorphology in Kaghan Valley. Unpublished M. A. Thesis. University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario. Canada.
Bell, I.D., Gardner, J.S. and de Scally, F.A. (1990) An estimate of snow avalanche debris transport, Kaghan Valley, Himalaya Mountains, Pakistan. Journal of Arctic and Alpine Research, 22(3): 317-321.
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de Scally, F.A. (1989) The role of avalanche snow transport in seasonal snowmelt, Himalaya Mountains, Pakistan. Unpublished PhD. dissertation. University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada,
de Scally, F.A. (1989) The role of avalanche snow transport in seasonal snowmelt, Himalaya mountains, Pakistan. Dissertation abstracts International B. 50(6): 2316-B-2317-B.
de Scally, F.A. (1992) Influence of avalanche snow transport on snowmelt runoff. Journal of Hydrology, 137(1-4): 73-97.
de Scally, F.A. and Gardner, J.S. (1986) Avalanche hazard in Kaghan Valley, Himalaya Range, Pakistan. (In: Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop. Lake Tahoe, October 1986. Canada, p. 21-28.)
de Scally, F.A. and Gardner, J.S. (1986) Avalanche hazard in Kaghan valley, Pakistan. Snow and Ice Hydrology Working Paper no. 2, Cold Region Research Project, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Canada.
de Scally, F.A. and Gardner, J.S. (1988) The hydrological importance of avalanche snow, Kaghan Valley, Himalayan mountains, Pakistan. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop. Canadian Avalanche Association, Vancouver, p. 277-283.
de Scally, F.A. and Gardner, J.S. (1989) Evaluation of avalanche mass determination approaches: an example from the Himalaya, Pakistan. Journal of Glaciology, 40: 248-252.
de Scally, F.A. and Gardner, J.S. (1990) Ablation of avalanched and undistributed snow, Himalaya Mountains, Pakistan. Water Resources Research 26(11): 2757-2767.
de Scally, F.A. and Gardner, J.S. (1994) Characteristics and mitigation of the snow avalanche hazard in Kaghan Valley, Pakistan Himalaya. Natural Hazards, no. 9(1-2): 197-213.
Ding, Y. and Lie, J. (1992) Glacier lake outburst flood disasters in China. (In: Hooke, R.L., ed., Symposium on Mountain Glaciology, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China, 26-30 August 1991. Proceedings. Annals of Glaciology, vol. 16: 180-184.)
Ferguson, R.I., Collins, D.N. and Whalley, W.B. (1984) Techniques for investigating meltwater runoff and erosion. (In: Miller, K.J., ed., The International Karakoram Project, 374-382. Cambridge University Press: Great Britain.)
Gardner, J.S. and Hewitt, K. (1990) A surge of Bualtar Glacier, Kararoram Range, Pakistan: a possible landslide trigger. Journal of Glaciology, 36(123): 159-162.
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Gunn, J.P. (1930) Report of the Khumdan Dam and Shyok Flood of 1929. Government of Punjab Publication: Lahore.
Harza Engineering Company International (1975) Appraisal of Flood Management Systems in Pakistan. vol. I. Flood Forecasting and Flood Warning System. Harza Engineering Company International: Lahore.
Harza Engineering Company International (1976) Appraisal of Flood Management Systems in Pakistan. vol. II. Existing Flood Control Structures and Recommendations for a Planning Programme. Harza Engineering Company International: Lahore.
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Hewitt, K. (1982) Natural dams and outburst floods of the Karakoram Himalaya. (In: Glen, J.W., ed., Hydrological Aspects of Alpine and High-Mountain Areas. International Commission on Snow and Ice (ICSI) Symposium, Exeter, UK, 19-30 July 1982. Proceedings. International Association of Hydrological Sciences. IAHS/AISH Publication, no. 138: 259-269.)
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Lai, Z.(1984) Characteristics of glacial flood - example of rivers in Xinjiang. Journal of Glaciology and Geocrylogy, 6(2): 45-52.
Mansell-Moullin, M. (1986) Improvement of the River Forecasting and Flood Warning System for the Indus River Basin in Pakistan - Phase II. (In: Mission Report on contract PAK/84/003/A/01/16 to the World Meteorological Organization, World Meteorological Organization: Geneva.)
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Zhang, X.(1989) The cause of the flash floods in the Yarkant River. Study on the glacier lake outburst floods of the Yarkant River, Karkoram Mountains. Scientific Publisher of China, 46-57.
Zhang X. (1992) Investigation of glacier bursts of the Yarkant River in Xinjiang, China. (In: Hooke, R.L., ed., Symposium on Mountain Glaciology, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China, 26-30 August 1991. Proceedings. Annals of Glaciology, vol. 16: 135-139.)