Bagmati River

The Bagmati River Expedition 2015 collected vital baseline data of 38 parameters and took data from 34 sites along 200km of the Bagmati River through Nepal from the source to the border with India through city, rural, and wilderness areas. The data was collected by Nepalese early career scientists from different disciplines who worked together sharing knowledge and skills to increase overall understanding of river systems. By hiking along the river as the river flows, the team gained a rare experience and witnessed impacts and changes to the ecosystems and to the people living near the river.
Full Report Bagmati River Expedition 2015.pdf

Full Report Bagmati River Expedition 2015.pdf

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Summary Bagmati River Expedition 2015.pdf

Summary Bagmati River Expedition 2015.pdf

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The Expedition was a collaboration between Biosphere Association, Nepal River Conservation Trust, and Himalayan Biodiversity and Climate Change Center The Bagmati River Waterkeeper participated in the expedition. . All participants volunteered their time to gather data.

    The team in Nepal are looking at further expeditions - to get involved please contact the team.


    Biosphere Association is a UK registered charity for
    Conservation Education and Sustainable Development.