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Research Papers in National Journals/ Books


  1. Vulnerability of Fragile Ecosystems to Climate Change in Pakistan. M. M. Iqbal, in ‘Climate Change“ An Alarming Issue’, Lasbella University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences (LUAWMS), Uthal, Balochistan (2012), pp 58-69.
  2. Science of Climate Change and Related Concerns of Pakistan under the Changing Climate. M. M. Sheikh and A.M. Khan, in ‘Climate Change – An Alarming Issue’, Lasbella University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences (LUAWMS), Uthal, Balochistan (2012), pp 8-27.
  3. Chapter 6: Climate Change Indicators, M. Mohsin Iqbal et al. in “Development of National Response Strategy to Combat Impacts of Climate Change on Forestry in Pakistan”, a PFI (Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar) Study, March 2012 (ISBN: 978-969-9741-00-5).
  4. Simulations of 1992 Flood in River Jhelum using High Resolution Regional Climate Model, PRECIS to study the underlying Physical Processes involved in the Extreme Precipitation Event, Sajjad Saeed, M. Munir Sheikh, Syed Faisal Saeed, Pakistan Journal of Meteorology, Vol. 3, (No.6), December 2006.
  5. Precipitation Related Disasters in Pakistan, Linkage to Climate Change, Risk Reduction and Possible Adaptation Measures, Sheikh, M.M., N. Manzoor and M. Adnan. Proceedings of Second International Disaster Management Conference (IDMC-2010), University of Peshawar, Pakistan, January 2012 (ISBN: 978-969-9710-00-1).
  6. Global Warming in the Context of Pakistan: Major Concerns and Remedial Strategies, M. Munir Sheikh, M. Mohsin Iqbal, Ghazanfar Ali and Arshad M. Khan, Symposium on “Changing Environmental Pattern and Its Impact with Special Focus on Pakistan”, Pakistan Engineering Congress, Lahore, Vol. 33: 53-78, July 2011 (ISBN 13: 9789696030034).
  7. Induction of Mungbean (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek) as a grain legume in the annual Rice-Wheat double cropping system, M. Yaqub, T. Mahmood, M. Akhtar, M. Mohsin Iqbal and S. Ali, Pakistan Journal of Botany, 42 (5): 3125-3135(2010).
  8. Climate Change Threats to Biodiversity in Pakistan, M. Mohsin Iqbal and Arshad M. Khan, Proc. World Environment Day, organized by Pakistan Engineering Congress, Lahore, pp119-129,June 2010.
  9. Effect of increase in Carbon dioxide concentration on Agriculture, Muhammad Mohsin Iqbal and Muhammad Arif Goheer, Proc. National Conference on “Global Warming Impact on Agriculture and Adaptation strategies, organized by Agricultural Foundation of Pakistan, Islamabad; 08 July 2010, pp 24-37 (2010).
  10. Diagnosis and numerical simulation of a heavy rainfall event in winter over upper parts of Pakistan, Qudsia Zafar and Ghulam Rasul, Pakistan Journal of Meteorology, 5 (N0.10): 81-96.
  11. Climate Change Aspersions on Food Security of Pakistan, M. Mohsin Iqbal, M. Arif Goheer and Arshad M. Khan, Science Vision (Commission of Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South), 15(1):15 – 23 (2009).
  12. Vulnerability to Climate Change” Chapter No. 2, Ghazanfar Ali, in the report on “Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources of Pakistan”, developed by the Ministry of Water & Power (2008).
  13. Climate Change and Variability in Mountain Regions of Pakistan- Implications for Water and Agriculture, Syed Sajidn Hussain, Muhammad Mudasser, Muhammad Munir Sheikh, and Naeem Manzoor, Pakistan Journal of Meteorology, Vol 2 (No. 4), Nov, 2005 (ISSN: 1810–3979).
  14. Sensitivity of wheat yield to climate change in Punjab, Pakistan, using DSSAT based CERES-WHEAT simulation model, S. S. Hussain, Goheer, M. A., Sultana, H., Mudasser, M., and Kashif Majeed Salik, Proceedings of APN-CAPaBLE National Workshop on Global Change: Challenges, Impacts, Opportunities and Prospects”, Islamabad, pp: 62-68 (2005).
  15. Impact of Climate Change on Wheat Productivity in Selected Cropping Systems in Punjab, Pakistan, Malik, W., Hussain, M.S., Abid, S., Hussain, S.S., and M. Mudasser Proceedings of APN-CAPaBLE National Workshop on Global Change-Challenges, Impacts, Opportunities and Prospects” at Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan. April 28 – 29 April, 2005, pages 55-61
  16. Variation in Fog Intensity/Duration and EI Nino, Syed Faisal Saeed, Asma Younas, Pakistan Journal of Meteorology, Islamabad, Vol.1 (No.1) pp. 49, Jan-March 2004.
  17. Flood Forecasting System in vogue in Pakistan with a Case Study on the 1992 Flood in Jhelum River, Sheikh M.M, Published in South Asian Floods (SAF), Regional Cooperation for Flood Information Exchange in the Hindukush-Himalayan Region, ICIMOD (2002).
  18. “Mountain Ecosystems: Emerging Challenges and opportunities for Agriculture in Northern Mountainous”, S. Sajidin Hussain. Proceedings of the International Workshop on “Mountains of Pakistan: Protection, Potential and Prospects”, pp 180-191, December 17-19, 2002.
  19. Drought Management and Prevention in Pakistan, Sheikh M.M., Science Vision, Vol. 7 (No.3-4), Jan-June, 2002.
  20. “Climate System and its Modeling”, Sheikh M.M. and Azmat Hayat, Science Vision (ISSN 1027-961X), Vol. 8 (No.2), Oct-Dec, 2002.
 
 
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