Skip to Content

News

MoChWo 2018 Conference Research Poster (#5)

The fifth and final in our series of research posters developed by our staff and presented at the third annual Mountains in the Changing World (MoChWo) conference is available as a PDF by selecting the link below. MoChWo 2018 – Citizen Science: Precipitation Case Study in Kathmandu Valley This poster is about citizen scientists collecting precipitation data…
Continue Reading »

MoChWo 2018 Conference Research Poster (#4)

The fourth in our series of research posters developed by our staff and presented at the third annual Mountains in the Changing World (MoChWo) conference is available as a PDF by selecting the link below. MoChWo 2018 – Citizen Science Land Use Data Collection This poster is about using citizen scientists and simple data collection techniques to classify…
Continue Reading »

MoChWo 2018 Conference Research Poster (#3)

The third in our series of research posters developed by our staff and presented at the third annual Mountains in the Changing World (MoChWo) conference is available as a PDF by selecting the link below. MoChWo 2018 – Stone Spouts: The Brink of Extinction Stone spouts (Dhunge Dhaara) are both an important piece of traditional cultural…
Continue Reading »

MoChWo 2018 Conference Research Poster (#2)

The second in our series of research posters developed by our staff and presented at the third annual Mountains in the Changing World (MoChWo) conference is available as a PDF by selecting the link below. MoChWo 2018 – Motivations for Citizen Scientists, Perception vs. Reality It has been interesting to evaluate what factors have an influence on…
Continue Reading »

MoChWo 2018 Conference Research Poster (#1)

The first in our series of research posters developed by our staff and presented at the third annual Mountains in the Changing World (MoChWo) conference is available as a PDF by selecting the link below. MoChWo 2018 – Citizen Science Precipitation Study Included below is an image from the poster of spatially-distributed monthly rainfall in…
Continue Reading »

Meet Sanjog Lama (Citizen Scientist Story #6)

Q: What is your name? A: My name is Sanjog Lama. Q: How old are you? A: I’m 21 years old. Q: Where were you born? A: I was born in Thankot, Panighat. Interviewer’s Note: Thankot is a large village to the west of the Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone in central Nepal. It…
Continue Reading »

Citizen Science 2018 Pre-Monsoon Flow Compaign (Science Story #5)

Figure 1. Citizen Science Participants at First Training. In April of 2018, S4W-Nepal launched its first ever Pre-monsoon Citizen Science Flow Campaign. The main objective of this campaign was to assess the spatial variations in discharge of Bagmati River and its tributaries within Kathmandu Valley using the salt dilution technique (there are many variations of…
Continue Reading »

Meet Laxmi Bastola (Citizen Scientist Story #5)

Q: What is your name?  A: My name is Laxmi Bastola.  Q: How old are you?  A: I’m 22 years old. Q: Where were you born?  A: I was born in Nagarkot Fedi, Naya Basti.  Interviewer’s Note: Nagarkot Fedi (Naya Basti) is on eastern side of the Kathmandu Valley roughly 5 km west of Nagarkot.…
Continue Reading »

New Office Location in Thasikhel

We’re a little bit late on the announcement, but the S4W-Nepal team is pleased to announce that we have moved to a new office in a prime location in Thasikhel, Lalitpur.  The office was formally inaugurated by Professor Narendra Man Shakya on March 24, 2018. In his remarks, Dr. Shakya highlighted the significance of research…
Continue Reading »

Meet Sabina Tamang (Citizen Scientist Story #4)

Happy Boxing Day Everyone! This is our fourth interview with one of our citizen scientists who are collecting the data and doing the day-to-day work that makes our project in the Kathmandu Valley possible. We’re excited to introduce you to Sabina Tamang! Figure 1. Sabina with her daughter Aifa. Q: What is your name?  A:…
Continue Reading »