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“Even traditional national park management must be adapted because there are significant population centres within Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) and Langtang national parks.”
“Sagarmatha" 1792 - Nepalese expansion halted by defeat at hands of War; culminates in treaty which establishes Nepal's current boundaries.”
“Kevin Frayer/Reuters Buddhist prayer flags fluttered as people stood on a suspension bridge at the convergence of the Dudh Koshi and Phote Koshi rivers in Sagarmatha National Park in the Himalayas, Nepal, on Monday.”
“At present there is only one World Heritage site in the mountains between Assam and northern Pakistan - the far larger mountainous Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal, but there are such large differences in scale and terrain as to make close comparison unrealistic.”
“This includes the world's highest mountain, Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) as well as several of the world's deepest river gorges.”
“Creation of a national park in the Sagarmatha area was proposed by the FAO Wildlife Management Adviser in March 1971 and approved in principle by His Majesty's Government in January 1972.”
“Ranges in altitude from 2,845 meters (m) at Jorsalle to 8,848 m, at the top of Mount Everest (Sagarmatha), the world's highest mountain.”
“A proposal for forest research and management in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal.”
“Sagarmatha ( 'Mother of the Universe'), as the highest point of the Earth's surface, and its surroundings are of international importance, representing a major stage of the Earth's evolutionary history and one of the most geologically interesting regions in the world.”
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