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Dr. Muhammad Mubashar Dogar

Name: Dr. Muhammad Mubashar Dogar
Designation: Scientific Officer
Section: Climatology and Environment
Email: mubashardogar@yahoo.com
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Brief Bio-Sketch:
Dr. Muhammad Mubashar Dogar is working as a Scientific Officer at Global Change Impact Studies Centre, Ministry of Climate Change, Islamabad, Pakistan. His area of research is Climate Modeling. He has secured his PhD in Climate Modeling from Hokkaido University, Japan and has been awarded JSPS-RONPAKU Gold Medal by Government of Japan. In his research, he focuses on the climatic variability and predictability study associated with atmosphere, ocean and land interactions at global and regional scale. It includes the study of various climate modes and their seasonal to decadal scale climatic impacts at global and regional scales. He analyses climate forcing-induced global and regional climate signals using observations, reanalysis, and state-of-the-art high-resolution global and regional climate models. He is mainly involved in a research study that requires a better understanding of the climatic variability and climatic impacts of the internal and external climate forcings. It mainly includes volcanic radiative forcing, GHG forcing as well as forcings produced by different teleconnections (ENSO, NAO, IOD, PDO, AMO, and AMOC). African, Middle Eastern, South and East Asian summer monsoons and their climatic impacts also fall under his research interests. The area of his Ph.D. thesis research is “Regional Climate Sensitivity of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to Volcanism and ENSO Forcing.” In his Ph.D. study, he has also analyzed the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) response to periodic and constant volcanic radiative forcing. In this work, he has examined in greater details the sensitivity of global oceans to volcanism and considered AMOC changes caused by volcanism forcing and associated changes in ocean heat content (OHC) and sea level rise (SLR). Dr. Dogar has authored several high impact factor journal publications, details of which are available at https://scholar.google.com.pk/citations?user=imODBroAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=1 https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Muhammad_Mubashar_Dogar/.


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