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Research Papers in International Journals/ Books

  1. Hassan SS, Amin M, Khan MR, Khan AA, Imran M, Goheer MA, Hina SM, Pervee A. Monitoring Agricultural Drought Using Geospatial Techniques; A Case Study of Thal Region of Punjab. Journal of Water and Climate Change (2020). https://doi.org/10.2166/wcc.2020.232.
  2. Amin M, Bano D, Hassan SS, Goheer MA and Khan AA. Mapping and Monitoring of Glacier Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) Using Geospatial Modeling Approach of Darkut Valley, Pakistan. Meteorological Applications, 27(1). https://doi.org/10.1002/met.1877.
  3. Ali A, Salman A, Khan GD, Khan AA, Hassan SS, Goheer MA, Khan MA and Ahmad S. Growth and yield response of turnip to different deficit irrigation levels and sowing dates under the agro-ecological conditions of Khyber Pakhtuankhwa. Pakistan Journal of AgriculturalResearch,33(3):480-489. http://dx.doi.org/10.17582/journal.pjar/2020/33.3.480.489.
  4. Ijaz, M. and Goheer, M.A. 2020. Emission Profile of Pakistan’s Agriculture: past trends and future projections. Environ Dev Sustain. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-020-00645-w
  5. Adnan, M., Khan, F., Rehman, N., Ali, S. Dogar, M. M., Mehmood, S. et al., (2020), “Variability and Predictability of Summer Monsoon Rainfall over Pakistan”. Asia-Pacific J Atmos Sci (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13143-020-00178-2
  6. Rehman, N., M. Adnan, S. Ali, (2019), “Future Extremes and Variability of Rainfall over Monsoon Region of Pakistan”. Pakistan Journal of Meteorology, Vol. 14, Issue 28.
  7. Dogar, M. M., Sato, T., & Liu, F. (2020). ocean Sensitivity to periodic and constant Volcanism. Scientific Reports, 10(1), 1-15.
  8. Hu, P., Feng, G., Dogar, M. M., Cheng, J., & Gong, Z. (2020). Joint Effect of East Asia-Pacific and Eurasian Teleconnections on the Summer Precipitation in North Asia. Journal of Meteorological Research, 34(3), 559-574.
  9. Hu, P., Cheng, J., Feng, G., Dogar, M. M. A., & Gong, Z. (2020). The mechanism of EAP-EU combined impact on summer rainfall over North Asia. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 1-12.
  10. Shaukat Ali, Alia S, Rida SK, Sher M, Firdos K, Romaisa B, Asif K, Muhammad SI, Muhammad AG, Wajid N and Shah F (2020): Future climatic changes, extreme events, related uncertainties and policy recommendations over Hindu Kush sub-regions of Pakistan. Theoretical and Applied Climatology
  11. Shaukat Ali., Kiani, R. S., Reboita, M. S., Dan, L., Eum, H. I., Cho, J., ... & Shrestha, M. L. (2020) Identifying hotspots cities vulnerable to climate change in Pakistan under CMIP5 climate projections. International Journal of Climatology.
  12. Khan, F., Saeed, A., & Shaukat Ali. (2020). Modelling and Forecasting of New Cases, Deaths and Recover Cases of COVID-19 by using Vector Autoregressive Model in Pakistan. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, 110189.
  13. Muhammad, S., Tian, L., Shaukat Ali., Latif, Y., Wazir, M. A., Goheer, M. A., ... & Shiyin, L. (2020). Thin debris layers do not enhance glaciers melt in the Karakoram. Science of The Total Environment, 141119.
  14. Yang, Y., Jin, C., & Shaukat Ali (2020). Projection of heat wave in China under global warming targets of 1.5° C and 2° C by the ISIMIP models. Atmospheric Research, 105057.
  15. Yang, Y., Chen, M., Zhao, X., Chen, D., Fan, S., & Shaukat Ali. (2020). Impacts of aerosol-radiation interaction on meteorological forecast over northern China by offline coupling the WRF-Chem simulated AOD into WRF: a case study during a heavy pollution event. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 1-56.
  16. Adnan, M., Khan, F., Rehman, N., Shaukat Ali, Hassan, S. S., Dogar, M. M., ... & Hasson, S. (2020). Variability and Predictability of Summer Monsoon Rainfall over Pakistan. Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 1-9.
  17. Shaukat Ali., Khalid, B., Kiani, R. S., Babar, R., Nasir, S., Rehman, N., ... & Goheer, M. A. (2020). Spatio-temporal variability of summer monsoon onset over Pakistan. Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 56(1), 147-172.
  18. Shaukat Ali, Eum, H. I., Jaepil, C., Li, D., Khan, F., Dairaku, K., ... & Fahad, S. (2019). Assessment of climate extremes in future projections downscaled by multiple statistical downscaling methods over Pakistan. Atmospheric Research.
  19. Muhammad Zia ur Rahman Hashmi, Amjad Masood, Haris Mushtaq, Syed Ahsan Ali Bukhari, Burhan Ahmad, Adnan Ahmad Tahir (2019). Exploring climate change impacts during the first half of the 21st century on flow regime of the transboundary Kabul River in the Hindukush region. Journal of Water and Climate Change jwc2019094. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wcc.2019.094.
  20. Jewell Lund, Richard Robert Forster, Summer B Rupper, HP Marshall, Elias J Deeb, Muhammad Zia Ur Rahman Hashmi and Evan Burgess (2019). Mapping snowmelt progression in the Upper Indus Basin with synthetic aperture radar. Front. Earth Sci. doi: 10.3389/feart.2019.00318.
  21. Huma Hayat, Adnan A. Tahir, Muhammad Zia Ur Rahman Hashmi, Asif Khan, (2019). Simulation of the Meltwater under RCP Climate Change Scenarios in a Poorly Gauged Snow and Glacier-fed Chitral River Catchment (Hindukush Region). Accepted in Geocarto International Journal.
  22. Taimoor Akhtar, Haris Mushtaq and Muhammad Zia Ur Rahman Hashmi (2020). Drought monitoring and prediction in climate vulnerable Pakistan: Integrating hydrologic and meteorologic perspectives. (under review in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences).
  23. Qurat-ul-ain Ahmad, Eddy Moors, Hester Biemans, Nuzba Shaheen, Ilyas Masih, Muhammad Zia ur Rahman Hashmi (2020). Future Irrigation Water Demand and Supply during Sensitive Crop Growth Phases in South Asia. (under review in Agricultural Water Management)
  24. Amjad Masood - Research paper titled as “Exploring climate change impacts during the first half of the 21st century on flow regime of the transboundary Kabul River in the Hindukush region” was accepted and in process of printing in “Journal of Water and Climate Change”
  25. Modeling annual rainfall time series in Saudi Arabia using first-order autoregressive AR(1) model, Masood, A., Jarbou Bahrawi & Amro Elfeki, (2019): Arabian Journal of Geosciences 12:191 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-019-4330-3.
  26. Assessment of climate extremes in future projections downscaled by multiple statistical downscaling methods over Pakistan. Ali, S., Eum, H. I., Jaepil, C., Li, D., Khan, F., Dairaku, K., & Fahad, S. (2019). Atmospheric Research.
    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331859435_Assessment_of_climate_extremes_in_future_projections_downscaled_by_multiple_statistical_downscaling_methods_over_Pakistan
  27. Spatio-Temporal Variability of Summer Monsoon Onset over Pakista, Ali, S., Bushra Khalid, Kiani, R. S., Romaisa Babar, Sana Nasir, Rehman, N., Adnan, M., Goheer, M. A., (2019), “Asia-Pacific J Atmos Sci (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13143-019-00130-z.
  28. The Sensitivity of DTR to the Increased CO2 over Mid-latitude Semi-dry Regions, Dogar, M. M. (2019). JOJ Horticulture and Aboriculture, 2(2), 001-007.
    https://juniperpublishers.com/jojha/pdf/JOJHA.MS.ID.555584.pdf
  29. Towards understanding the global and regional climatic impacts of Modoki magnitude. Dogar, M. M., Kucharski, F., Sato, T., Mehmood, S., Ali, S., Gong, Z., & Arraut, J. (2019). Global and planetary change, 172, 223-241.
    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335465874_Towards_understanding_the_global_and_regional_climatic_impacts_of_Modoki_magnitude
  30. Regional Climate Response of Middle Eastern, African and South Asian Monsoon Regions to Explosive Volcanism and ENSO Forcing. Dogar, M. M., & Sato, T. (2019). Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.
    https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JD030358
  31. Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis for Flood Risk on the Chenab River, Hassan, S. S.,  Ajmal, M., Khan, A. A., Goheer, M. A., Muhammad Shahzad Khattak, Ali, S., Ijaz, M. and Adnan, M., (2019), Weather Journal, https://doi.org/10.1002/wea.3490.
  32. Groundwater Vulnerability Mapping in Faisalabad District Using GIS Based Drastic Model. A.Shakoor, Z.M.Khan, U.Umar Farid, M.Sultan, Khan, A.A., I.Ahmad and M.Azmat (2019). Matec Web of Conferences 246, 01001  ISWSO.
    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329472373_Groundwater_Vulnerability_Mapping_in_Faisalabad_District_Using_GIS_Based_Drastic_Model
  33. Wheat Production Under Changing Climate: Consequences of Environmental Vulnerabilities on Different Abiotic and Biotic Stresses. T Qadir,K. Akhtar, Ahmad, A., A.Shakoor,M. Saqib,S .Hussain and M.Rafiq. 2019.  J. Glob. Innov. Agric. Soc. Sci., (2019), 7(1):7-17.ISSN (Online): 2311-3839; ISSN (Print): 2312-5225http://www.jgiass.com.
  34. Identification of Influencing Factors for Optimal Adoptability of High Efficiency Irrigation System (HEIS) in Punjab, Pakistan, H.Umar Farid, M. Zubair, Z. M. Khan, A. Shakoor, B. Mustafa, Khan, A.A., M.Mubeen, M.N. Anjum, I.Ahmad (2019), Sarhad Journal of Agriculture. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture. June 2019, Volume 32, Issue 2, Page 539-549.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17582/journal.sja/2019/35.2.539.549
  35. Effect of Cold and Heat Stress on Different Stages of Wheat: S.Hussain,*, Khan, A.A., A. Shakoor, Goheer, M. A., T. Qadir, M. Mujtaba and  Z Hussain. (2019). A Review. J. Glob. Innov. Agric. Soc. Sci., 2018,6(4): 123-128.
  36. Spatio‑Temporal Analysis of Early Twenty‑First Century Areal Changes in the Kabul River Basin Cryosphere, Masood, A., M. Z. Hashmi, Mushtaq, H., (2018) Earth Systems and Environment (2018) 2:563–571 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41748-018-0066-6.
  37. Detrimental Effects of Climate Change on Women, Abid, M.; Abid, Z., Zafar, Q., Mahmood, S. (2018), Earth Systems and Environment, Springer Journal. Volume 2, Issue 3, pp 537–551.
    https://www.ckrb.org/var/cache/59360-a0c4d0d8358036390dcf8636a3945438/Abid_et_al-2018-Earth_Systems_and_Environment.pdf
  38. Assessment and Mitigation of Methane Emissions from Livestock Sector in Pakistan. G.Habib and A.Ahmad. 2018. Earth Systems and Environment: https://doi.org/10.1007/s41748-018-0076-4, Earth Syst Environ 2, 601–608.
  39. Assessment of CMIP5 climate models over South Asia and climate change projections over Pakistan under representative concentration pathways: Nadia Rehman, Muhammad Adnan and Shaukat Ali (2018), “International Journal of Global Warming (IJGW), 16(4),DOI: 10.1504/IJGW.2018.095994;
  40. Greenhouse gas emissions from the waste sector: a case study of Rawalpindi in Pakistan: Ilmas, B., Mir, K.A., & Khalid, S. (2018) Carbon Management, 1-10. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/17583004.2018.1530025;
  41. Seasonal assessment and classification of aerosols transported to Lahore using AERONET and MODIS deep blue retrievals, Zafar Q, Zafar S, Holben B (2018):. Int. J. Climatology. 38: 1022–1040;
  42. The application of a single‐model ensemble system to the seasonal prediction of winter temperatures for Islamabad and Lahore using coupled general circulation models, Khalid, B., Bueh, C., Javeed, Shaukat Ali, S., Sultana, Q., & Khalid, A. (2018). Weather73(5), 159-164;
  43. Concentrations and source regions of light-absorbing particles in snow/ice in northern Pakistan and their impact on snow albedo. .Gul, C., Puppala, S. P., Kang, S., Adhikary, B., Zhang, Y., Shaukat Ali., Li, Y., and Li, X. (2018). Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics18(7), 4981-5000;
  44. Evaluation of statistical downscaling models using pattern and dependence structure in the monsoon‐dominated region of Pakistan, Khan, F., Shaukat Ali., & Pilz, J. (2018). Weather73(6), 193-203;
  45. Assessment and correction of BCC_CSM's performance in capturing leading modes of summer precipitation over North Asia, Gong, Z., Dogar, M. M., Qiao, S., Hu, P., & Feng, G. (2018):  International Journal of Climatology, 38(5), 2201-2214;
  46. Spatio‑Temporal Analysis of Early Twenty‑First Century Areal Changes in the Kabul River Basin Cryosphere, Amjad Masood, Muhammad Zia ur Rahman Hashmi, Haris Mushtaq. (2018).  Earth Systems and Environment (2018) 2:563–571 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41748-018-0066-6;
  47. Groundwater share quantification through flood hydrographs simulation using two temporal rainfall distributions, Khaled S. Balkhair, Amjad Masood, Mansour Almazroui, Khalil Ur Rahman, Omar A. Bamaga, Ahmed S. Kamis, Iqbal Ahmed, Mohammed I. Al-Zahrani, K. Hesham, Desalination and Water Treatment 114 (2018) 109-119, doi:10.5004/dwt.2018.22346;
  48. Prediction of Pakistan Summer Rainfall from Global SST and SLP, M. Adnan, N. Rehman, S. Ali, S. Mehmood, K. A. Mir, A. A. Khan and B. Khalid, Weather, 2017, 72(3), https://doi.org/10.1002/wea.2784;
  49. Improved hydrological projections and reservoir management in the Upper Indus Basin under the changing climate. Khan, F., Pilz, J., & Shaukat Ali. (2017). Water and environment journal31(2), 235-244;
  50. Using Landsat images to monitor changes in the snow-covered area of selected glaciers in northern Pakistan. Gul, C., Kang, S. C., Ghauri, B., Haq, M., Muhammad, S., & Shaukat Ali. (2017). Journal of Mountain Science14(10), 2013-2027;
  51. Study of the global and regional climatic impacts of ENSO magnitude using SPEEDY AGCM, Dogar, M. M., Kucharski, F., & Azharuddin, S. (2017). Journal of Earth System Science, 126(2), 30;
  52. Sensitivity of the regional climate in the Middle East and North Africa to volcanic perturbations, Dogar, M. M., Stenchikov, G., Osipov, S., Wyman, B., & Zhao, M. (2017). Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122(15), 7922-7948;
  53. Limitations of BCC_CSM's ability to predict summer precipitation over East Asia and the Northwestern Pacific, Gong, Z., Dogar, M. M. A., Qiao, S., Hu, P., & Feng, G. (2017) Atmospheric research, 193, 184-191;
  54. Sensitivity evaluation of convective parameterizations and spectral nudging schemes in historical dynamical downscaling for South Asia, Ramzan M., Ham S., Amjad M., Chang E., Yoshimura K., (2017), Advances in Meteorology.  (https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/7560818);
  55. Response of Yield and Related Attributes of Upland Cotton to Weather Variables, K. Ullah, M. Idrees, Z. Mahmood, T. Iqbal, S. Muhamad. H.Haq, A.Ahmad, S.Hussain. (2017). American Journal of Plant Sciences, (2017), 8, 1711-1720. http://www.scirp.org/journal/ajps, ISSN Online: 2158-2750, ISSN Print: 2158-2742;
  56. Prediction of summer rainfall in Pakistan from global sea-surface temperature and sea-level pressure, M. Adnan, Rehman, N., Ali, S., Mehmood, S., Mir, K. A., Khan, A. A. and Khalid, B. (2017). Weather,72:76–84. doi:10.1002/wea.2784;
  57. Improved hydrological projections and reservoir management in the Upper Indus Basin under the changing climate: Khan, F., Pilz, J., & Shaukat Ali. (2017). Water and Environment Journal.
  58. Prediction of summer rainfall in Pakistan from global sea surface temperature and sea level pressure: Adnan, M., Rehman, N., Shaukat Ali, Mehmood, S., Mir, K. A., Khan, A. A., & Khalid, B. (2017). Weather, 72(3), 76-84.
  59. "Analysis of baseline and alternative air quality scenarios for Pakistan: an integrated approach." Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2016): 1-14. Kaleem Anwar Mir, Pallav Purohit, Gary A. Goldstein, and Rajasekhar Balasubramanian.
  60. Twenty first century climatic and hydrological changes over Upper Indus Basin of Himalayan region of Pakistan, Shaukat Ali, Dan Li, Fu Congbin and Firdos Khan, Environmental Research Letters, 10(1), 014007. (2015).
  61. Performance of convective parameterization schemes in Asia using RegCM: Simulations in three typical regions for the period 1998–2002, Shaukat Ali, Dan Li, Fu Congbin and Yang Yang, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 32(5), 715-730. (2015).
  62. Coupling of Regional Climate Model (RCM) and Hydrological Model, Shaukat Ali, Dan Li, Fu Congbin, Firdos Khan and Yang Yang, of Amur-Okhotsk Consortium. (2014).
  63. Food Security and Food Production Systems, Porter, J.R., L. Xie, A. Challinor, K. Cochrane, S.M. Howden, M.M. Iqbal, D.B. Lobell and M.I. Travasso, 2014. In: Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptations and Vulnerability. Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, pp 485-533 (2014).
  64. Climate Variability and its Impacts on Water Resources in Upper Indus Basin under IPCC Climate Change Scenarios, Firdos Khan, Juergen Pilz, Muhammad Amjad and David Wiberg. Accepted for publication in International Journal of Global Warming (2014). http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/forthcoming.php?jcode=ijgw
  65. Application of a stochastic weather generator to assess climate change impacts in a semi-arid climate: the Upper Indus Basin, N Forsythe, HJ Fowler, S Blenkinsop, A Burton, CG Kilsby, DR Archer, C Harpham, Hashmi, M. Z. Journal of Hydrology. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.06.031 (2014).
  66. Use of Gene Expression Programming in Regionalization of Flow Duration Curve, Hashmi, M. Z. and A. Y. Shamseldin. Advances in Water Resources, DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2014.02.009 (2014).
  67. Evaluation of weather research and forecasting model for the assessment of wind resource over Gharo, Pakistan, Muhammad Amjad, Qudsia Zafar, Firdos Khan and M. Munir Sheikh. International Journal of Climatology, DOI: 10.1002/joc.4089 (2014).
  68. Trends in extreme daily rainfall and temperature indices over South Asia, Sheikh, M.M., N. Manzoor, J. Ashraf, M. Adnan, D. Collins, S. Hameed, M.J. Manton, A.U. Ahmad, S.K. Baidya, H.P. Borganokar, N. Islam, D. Jayasinghearachchi, D.R. Kothawale, K.H.M.S. Premlal, J.V. Revadikar and M.I. Shrestha, International Journal of Climatology, DOI: 10.1002/joc.4081 (2014).
  69. A new magnitude category disaggregation approach for temporal high-resolution rainfall intensities, Muhammad Rehan Anis and Michael Rode, Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10227 (2014).
  70. Climate change impacts and adaptation options for water and food in Pakistan: scenario analysis using an integrated global water and food projections model, Zhu, T., C. Ringler, M.M. Iqbal, T.B. Sulser and M.A. Goheer, Water International, 38 (No.5), 651-669 (2013).
  71. Statistically Downscaled Probabilistic Multi-model Ensemble Projections of Precipitation Change in a Watershed, Hashmi M. Z., A. Y. Shamseldin and B.W. Melville. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8413 (2013).
  72. Remote-sensing assessment of glacier fluctuations in the Hindu Raj, Pakistan, Mehmet A. Sarikya , Michael P. Bishop , John F. Shroder and Ghazanfar Ali, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 34:11, 3968-3985 (2013).
  73. Future climate of Sri Lanka: An approach through dynamic downscaling of ECHAM4 General Circulation Model (GCM). Punyawardena, B. V. R., S. Mehmood, A. K. Hettiarachchi, M. M. Iqbal, A. S. H. S. A. De Silva and M. A. Goheer. Tropical Agriculturist, 61:35-50 (2012).
  74. Spatio-Temporal Analusis under Climate Change by Combined Use of Crop simulation Modeling and Remote Sensing Techniques, M. Ijaz and M.A. Goheer. 2012. Proc. ISNET (Inter Islamic Network on Space Science & Technologies)/CSE Workshop on ‘Application of Space Technology for Food Security’, Dakar, Senegal, 9-14 July 2012, pp 76-82 (ISBN: 978-969-9392-02-3, (2012)).
  75. Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security in Pakistan, M. Mohsin Iqbal, M.A. Goheer and A.M. Khan. GCISC part of the Joint Paper with IFPRI, USA, 26 pages (2012).
  76. “Climate Change and Hydrologic Systems: Some Recent Advances in Statistical Downscaling, Hashmi, M. Z., A. Y. Shamseldin and B. W. Melville, Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-8484-8843-8 (2012).
  77. “Impact of altitude and latitude on changes in temperature extremes over South Asia during 1971-2000”, J. V. Revadekar, S. Hameed, D. Collins, M. Manton, M.M. Sheikh, H. P. Borgaonkar, D. R. Kothawale, M. Adnan, A. U. Ahmed, J. Ashraf, S. Baidya, N. Islam, D. Jayasinghearachchi, N. Manzoor, K. H. M. S. Premalal and M. L. Shreshta. Int. J. Climatol. (DOI: 10.1002/joc.3418) (2012).
  78. Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Food Security in the HKH Region, M. Mohsin Iqbal, M.A. Goheer and A.M. Khan, Background Paper prepared for ICIMOD, Nepal, for their Synthesis Report on ‘HKH Regional Climate Change’, 21 pages (2011).
  79. Chapter 8 in the book titled: Global Environmental Changes in South Asia: A Regional Perspective, S. Nandargi, O.N. Dhar, M. Munir Sheikh, Brenna Enright and M.M.Q. Mirza., Capital Publishing Company, New Delhi, India (2010) (ISBN: 81-85589-73-9).
  80. Chapter 3 in the book titled: Global Environmental Changes in South Asia: A Regional Perspective, A.K. Singhvi, Rupa Kumar, M. Thamban, A.K.Gupta, V.S. Kale, R.R. Yadev, A. Bhattacharyya, N.R. Phadtare, P.D .Roy, M.S. Chauhan, O.S. Chauhan, S. Chakravorty, M.M. Sheikh, N. Manzoor, M. Adnan, J. Ashraf, Arshad M. Khan, D.A. Quadir, L.P. Devkota and A.B. Sharma., Capital Publishing Company, New Delhi, India (2010) (ISBN: 81-85589-73-9).
  81. Vulnerability and Adaptability of Wheat Production in Different Climatic Zones of Pakistan under Climate Change Scenarios, Humaira Sultana, Nazim Ali, M. Mohsin Iqbal, Arshad M. Khan, Climatic Change, 94 (No. 1-2):123-142, (2009).
  82. Planting window as an adaptation option to offset the likely impacts of climate change with emphasis on Rainfed areas. In ‘Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions’, Sultana, H., G. Hoogenboom and M.M. Iqbal. (P41.34), IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Sciences, 6, 412044 (doi: 10.1088/1755-1307/6/1/412044), (2009).
  83. Future Change in the Frequency of Warm and Cold Spells over Pakistan simulated by the PRECIS Regional Climate Model, Siraj-ul-Islam, Nadia Rehman, M. Munir Sheikh, Climatic Change, 94 (No. 1-2): 35-45, (2009), DOI: 10.1007/s10584-009-9557-7.
  84. Trends in Daily Climatic Extremes of Temperature and Precipitation in Nepal, Saraju Baidya, Madan L. Shrestha, and M.M. Sheikh, Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology, 5, No.1, (2008).
  85. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agro-Ecosystems and their contribution to environmental change in the Indus Basin of Pakistan, M. Mohsin Iqbal and M. Arif Goheer, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, China, 25 (No. 6):1043-1052 (2008).
  86. Chapter 7: Droughts in Pakistan: Causes, Impacts and Remedial Measures, in the book entitled: Climate and Water Resources in South Asia: Vulnerability and Adaptation, Pervaiz Amir, M. Munir Sheikh, published by APN, Japan, START and Fred J Hansen. Institute for World Peace (2007).
  87. Chapter 3: Hydrometeorology of Floods and Droughts in South Asia – A Brief Appraisal, in the book titled: Climate and Water Resources in South Asia: Vulnerability and Adaptation, S. Nandargi, O.N. Dhar, M.M.Q. Mirza, Brenna Enright and M. Munir Sheikh, published by APN, Japan, START and Fred J Hansen. Institute for World Peace (2007). 
  88. Regional Climate Modeling for the Developing World: The ICTP RegCM3 and RegCNET, Jeremy S. Pal, Filippo Giorgi, M. Ashfaq, Faisal S. Syed, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, pp 1396-1409, (2007).
  89. Prospects for Wheat Production under Changing Climate in Mountain Areas of Pakistan – An Econometric Analysis, Syed Sajidn Hussain, Muhammad Mudasser, Science Direct, Agricultural Systems, Elsevier Applied Science, UK, Vol.94 pp. 494-501, (2007).
  90. Droughts in Pakistan: Causes, Impacts and Remedial Measures, Pervaiz Amir and M. Munir Sheikh, Chapter 7 in the Book: Climate and water Resources in South Asia: Vulnerability and Adaptation, Edited by Amir Muhammad, M. Monirul Qader Mirza and Bonnie A. Stewart, Asianics Agro Dev. International, (2006).
  91. Effect of Remote Forcings on the Winter Precipitation of Central Southwest Asia Part 1: Observations, Faisal S. Syed, Filippo Giorgi, Jeremy Pal, M. P. King, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Springer, Germany, Vol. 86, pp 147-160, (2006).
 
 
  • April 19, 2022

Congratulations!
We warmly welcome Ms. Sherry Rehman, Minister for Climate Change as the Chair of the GCISC’s Board of Governors and sincerely hope that her dynamic leadership will provide impetus to the Centre’s research efforts in making the country climate resilient.

GCISC in collaboration with GIZ and CITEPA organized National and Provincial Training Workshops on “M &E Platform Adaptation Tracking (Agriculture) in Pakistan” at Islamabad Hotel, Islamabad on 23-26 November 2021, Lexus Hotel, Lahore on 29-30 November 2021 and PC Hotel, Karachi on 2-3 December 2021.

GCISC Organized a workshop on "Monsoon Variability and Extremes in a Changing Climate" from October 12-14, 2021 at Margalla Hotel, Islamabad
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  • February 08, 2021

SAPM on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam inaugurated three inter-linked Nature Parks spreading over 18,000 acres of Parera, Ara...