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Vol 4, No 3 (2021)

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Kabi Prasad Pokhrel, Shambhu Prasad Khatiwada, Narayan Prasad Paudyal, Keshav Raj Dhakal, Chhabi Lal Chidi, Narayan Prasad Timilsena, Dhana Krishna Mahat

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Abstract: This study is an attempt to point out the different types of natural hazards in Sudur Paschim province of Nepal where environmental degradation processes such as deforestation, desertification, biodiversity loss, soil crisp and watershed degradation are rising trends. Using participatory method m...
Jeff Callaghan

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Abstract: An extensive search has been carried out to find all major flood and very heavy rainfall events in Victoria since 1876 when Southern Oscillation (SOI) data became available. The synoptic weather patterns were analysed and of the 319 events studied,121 events were found to be East Coast Lows (ECLs...
Tawanda Manyangadze, Moses J Chimbari, Emmanuel Mavhura

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Abstract: This study examined the spatial heterogeneity association of HIV incidence and socio-economic factors including poverty severity index,permanently employed females and males, unemployed females, percentage of poor households i.e., poverty prevalence, night lights index, literacy rate,household fo...
Teresa Rodríguez-Espinosa, Jose Navarro-Pedreño, Ignacio Gómez Lucas, María Belén Almendro-Candel

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Abstract: The world population will grow up to 9.8 billion by 2050. The intensification in urban growth will occur on all continents and in all sizes of cities, especially in developing countries, experiencing a greater rising in urban agglomerations of 300,000 to 500,000 people, those of 500,000 to 1 mill...


Lingyue LI, Huizhi Geng, Xiaohu Zhang

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Abstract: Given the ample evidences from present studies on national-level innovation policies evolution and mechanisms, this paper contributes to a city-level understanding towards innovation-related state restructuring,the consequent innovation policy change and its relational performance with urban deve...



Changes brought about by world population growth

The intensification in urban agglomerations will occur on all continents and in all size of cities (Figure 3), although the increase in megacities (more than 10 million) is a phenomenon mainly associated with the Asian continent, which will increase from the current 21 megacities up to 32 megacities in 2035 [8].  
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