An international team of researchers has concluded that climate change has greatly affected the previously stable region of the Tibetan Plateau, causing the devastating avalanche of 2016.
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Biodiversity of areas throughout the Tibetan Plateau were found to depend heavily on the underlying soils. This leads researchers to believe that biodiversity is just as important underground as it is above ground.
Scientists have solved the mystery of the collapse of an ancient civilization living on the fringes of the Tibetan Plateau around 2,000 BC, and it seems that climate change is to blame.
Early Tibetans might have to thank barley, a frost-resistant crop, for allowing them to survive at extreme heights, according to a new study.
Tibet's glaciers were at their warmest in the last 50 years than at any stage in the past two millennia, according to a new report.