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Report GD-29: Bibliography on the Hydrology of the Himalaya-Karakoram Region

Report GD-29

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2.7 Water Resources in the Karakoram

Awan, N.M. (1985) Water resources development and management strategy for irrigated agriculture in Pakistan. (In: Tebbutt, T.H.Y., ed., Advances in Water Engineering, Birmingham, July 15-19, 1985. 73-83. Elsevier Appl. Sci. Publ.: London.)

Butz, D.A.O. (1987) Adapting meltwater to meet irrigation demand in high mountain agricultural communities: the example of Hopar Villages, Pakistan. (In: Proceedings of the 44th Annual Eastern Snow Conference, Fredericton: Canada.)

Butz, D.A.O. (1987) Irrigation agriculture in high mountain communities: the example of Hopar villages, Pakistan. Unpublished M.A. Thesis. Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada.

Butz, D.A.O. (1989) The agricultural use of meltwater in Hopar settlement, Pakistan. Annals of Glaciology, 13: 35-39.

Butz, D.A.O. and Hewitt, K. (1986) A note in the Upper Indus Basin Weather Stations. (In: Hewitt, K., ed., Snow and Ice Hydrology Project: Annual Report, pp. 64-76. Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.)

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East, Committee on Natural Resources (1974) Report on the first sessions of Committee on Natural Resources. Tokyo, Japan: 5-11 November 1974, U.N. document no E/CN.11/1182: 46 pp.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1958) Regional Technical Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Manila, Philippines: 4-10 December 1957, U.N. document no ST/ECAFE/SER.F/ 13: vii+173 pp. U.N.: New York.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1963) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Bangkok, Thailand: 20-26 November 1962, U.N. document no ST/ECAFE/SER.F/23: U.N.: New York.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1965) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Bangkok, Thailand: 1964, Water resource series, no 28: 400 pp. U.N.: New York.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1968) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Canberra, Australia: 19-26 September 1966, U.N. document no ST/ECAFE/SER.F/32; sales no. E68.II.F.5: Water Resources series, no 32: U.N.: New York.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1969) Proceedings of the second symposium on the development of deltaic areas. Tokyo, Japan: 4-13 November, U.N. document no E/ CN.11/948; sales no. E.71. II.F.10: Water Resources Series no. 39, viii: 281 pp.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1970) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Bangkok, Thailand: 18-25 November 1968, U.N. document no ST/ECAFE/SER 38; sales no. E 70.II.F.13): Water Resources series, no:38: U.N.: New York.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1970) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Bangkok, Thailand: 29 Sept-5 October 1970, U.N. document no ST/ECAFE/SER 40; sales no. E 72.II.F.20): Water Resources series, no:40: 202 pp. U.N.: New York.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1972) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development. A reappraisal of the water resources requirement of the developing portion of the ECAFE region. Manila, Philippines: 18-25 September 1972, U.N. document no E/CN.11/WRD/ conf.10/L.3: 27 pp.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1974) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Manila, Philippines: 18-25 September 1972, U.N. document no ST/ECAFE/SER.F/ 44; sales no. E 74.II.F.10): Water Resources series, no 44: 216 pp. U.N.: Bangkok.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) (1975) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development in Asia and Far East. Bangkok, Thailand: 5-11 November 1974, U.N. document no ST/ECAFE/SER.F/ 46; sales no. E 74.II F.2: Water Resources series, no 46: 184 pp. U.N.: Bangkok.

Economic Commission for the Asia and the Far East (ECAFE secretariat in collaboration with FAO) (1970) Regional Conference on Water Resource Development. The scope of water resources development needed to meet the anticipated food requirements of the developing countries of the region 1970-1990. Bangkok, Thailand: 28 September - 5 October 1970, U.N. document no E/CN.11/WRD/ conf.9/L.3: 40 pp.

Freeberne, M. (1965) Glacial meltwater resources in China. Geographical Journal, 131(1): 57-60.

Gazdar, M.N. (1987) Natural resources development and environmental management in Pakistan. 114p, Open Press: Kuala Lumpur.

Gregson, M. (1928) Note on the head water of the Yarkland River. Geographical Journal, 72: 345-347.

Gyawali, D. (1991) Troubled politics of Himalayan waters. Himal., 4(2): 37-44.

Harza Engineering Company International (1963) A Program for water and Power Development in West Pakistan 1963-1975, Prepared for the Water and Power Development Authority of West Pakistan. Supporting Studies: An Appraisal of Resources and Potential Development. Harza Engineering Company International: 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.

Hewitt, K. (1961) Glaciers and the Indus, Journal of West Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority, 2(9): 4-14.

Hewitt, K. (1987) Himalayan Glaciers and snowfields: research into a major water resource.Report to International Development Research Council. Mimeo.

Hewitt, K. (1988) The Snow and Ice Hydrology Project: research and training for water resource development in the Upper Indus basin. Journal of Canada - Pakistan Cooperation. 2: 1.

Hewitt, K. (1989) Hazards to water development in high mountain regions. The Himalayan sources of the Indus, (In: Hydrology of Disasters, Proceedings of the Technical Conference, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, November 1988. 294-312. James and James: London.)

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (1965) Indus Special Study-West Pakistan. Prepared by: Sir Alexander Gibb and Partners, Hunting Technical Surveys Ltd and International Land Development Consultants, Lahore.

Johnson, S.H., III (1983) Large-scale irrigation and drainage schemes in Pakistan. (In: O'Mara, G.T., ed., World Bank symposium on Efficiency in irrigation, the conjunctive use of surface and groundwater resources. Washington, DC, May 11-13, 1983. 58-59.)

Karakoram Conference (1938) Karakoram Conference Report. Geographical Journal, 91: 129-152.

Khan, I. (1955) Flood control on the Indus River System. Pakistan Journal of Science, 7: 3-14.

Kreutzmann, H. (1993) Challenges and responses in the Karakoram socioeconomic transformation in Hunza. Mountain Research and Development, 13(1): 19-39.

Lee, S.G.M. (1949) Discussion on the Salt Range and Potwar Basin. Quarterly Journal of Geological Society of London, 105: 50-52.

Malik, R.A. (1963) Irrigation development and land occupance in the Upper Indus Basin. Unpublished M.A. Thesis. Indiana University, Bloomington.

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.)

Michel, A.A. (1967) The Indus Rivers: A Study of the Effects of Partition. Yale University Press: New Haven.

Mohummud, U. (1977) Water resources investigation in West Pakistan with the help of ERTS imagery. (In: Snow Survey Proceedings UN/FAO, Regional Training Seminar on Remote Sensing Applications, Karachi.)

O'Mara, G.T. and Duloy, J.H. (1984) Modeling efficient water allocation in a conjunctive use regime; the Indus Basin of Pakistan. Water Resources Research, 20(11): 1489-1498.

O'Mara, G.T. and Duloy, J.H. (1989) Modelling efficient conjunctive use of water in the Indus Basin. In: O'Mara, G.T., ed., World Bank symposium on efficiency in irrigation; the conjunctive use of surface and groundwater resources, World Bank, Washington, DC, United States, May 11-13, 1983. 128-140. World Bank: Washington.

O'Mara, G.T. and Duloy, J.H. (1983) Modelling efficient water allocation in a conjunctive use regime; the Indus Basin of Pakistan. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union. 64(45): 708.

Priest, J.E. (1936) Snow surveys in West Pakistan water resources development. (In: Proceedings of the 30th Western Snow Conference, Cheyenne, WY, April 1962, 40. Cheyenne, WY.)

Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (1978) Water Resource Investigation in Pakistan with the help of ERTS imagery: Snow Surveys 1975-1976.

Qureshy, A.A. and Umar, C.M. (1978) Water Resources investigation in Pakistan with the help of ERTS imagery - snow surveys 1975-76. Hydrology and Investigation Organization, Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority: Lahore.

Shepperdson, M.J. (1981) The development of irrigation in the Indus River basin, Pakistan. (In: Saha, S K and Barrow, C J, eds., River basin planning: Theory and practice, International colloquium on river basin planning, Swansea, Wales, 1980. 191-213. John Wiley and Sons: Chichester.)

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1985) Field season 1985: Synoptic Report. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Canada.

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1986) Annual Report, 1985. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada,

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1987) Annual Report, 1986. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada,

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1988) Annual Report, 1987. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada,

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1989) Annual Report, 1988. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada,

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1990) Final Report, Volume I. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Canada.

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1990) Final Report, Volume II. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Canada.

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1990) Final Report, Volume III. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Canada.

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1990) Final Report, Volume IV. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Canada.

Snow and Ice Hydrology Project (1990) Snow and Ice Hydrology Project: Overall Report. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, Canada.

Tarar, R.N. (1982) Water resources investigation in Pakistan with the help of Landsat imagery snow surveys 1975-1978. (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: 177-190.)

Tarar, R.N. (1985) Pakistan case study: water supply. International Association Hydrological Sciences. International Association of Hydrological Sciences. IAHS Publication no. 149: 109-113.

Yang, Z., ed. (1991) Glacier water resources of China. Science and Technology Publishing House of Gansu: Lanzhou, pp. 39-45.

Yang, Z. and Hu, X. (1992) Study of glacier meltwater resources 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: 141-145.)