|Statement||Jamil Ahmed Khan.|
|LC Classifications||QC990.P28 K48 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||95930315|
The Environment of Pakistan book. Read 39 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Pakistan is the second largest country in South Asia and mainly comprises dry or cold areas with low production potential. Geography varies across the country, shaping the great variation in the country’s climate. Climate ranges from mild winters and hot, dry summers in the north to semi-arid and arid zones in the west and the south. Pakistan's climate is dry and hot near the coast, becoming progressively cooler toward the northeastern uplands. The winter season is generally cold and dry. The hot season begins in March, and by the end of June the temperature may reach 49° C (° F). In much of Pakistan, the climate is tropical or subtropical, semi-arid or desert, but in the north there are also: an area near the mountains which is quite rainy, a cold mountainous area, and a frigid area on the peaks of the Himalayas. In the cold half of the year, from late autumn to early spring, the north is reached by weather fronts of Mediterranean origin, which cause rainfall in the.
Pakistan Table of Contents. Pakistan lies in the temperate zone. The climate is generally arid, characterized by hot summers and cool or cold winters, and wide variations between extremes of temperature at given locations. There is little rainfall. In Pakistan humidity is mostly low and they air is dry for the greater part of the year. Only in coastal areas lied Karachi, there is enough amount of humidity throughout the year. Thus keeping in view the various climatic factors Pakistan can be divided into the following climatic regions. It is the unusual climate-change-led seasonal cycle of land temperature in Pakistan that has exacerbated the monsoon rainfall and produced the hugest volume of water in the northern mountainous region of the country ever recorded in the history, causing floods in the Indus river basin. Weather and climate Best time to visit Pakistan has three seasons: winter (November to March) is warm and cooled by sea breezes on the coast; summer (April to July) has extreme temperatures and the monsoon season (July to September) has the highest rainfall on the hills. Karachi has little rain.
The Environment of Pakistan is a comprehensive textbook written specifically for the Cambridge O Level Pakistan Studies Syllabus /02 and provides in-depth coverage of the syllabus. RILLS School video about Pakistan's climate and weather The video contains visual GEO, BBC, YOU-TUBE VIDEOS,ets Contents e and Weather 2. Pakistan’s greenhouse gases emissions have doubled in last 2 decades. On a global scale, Pakistan ranks th in per capita GHG emissions in the world. The agriculture sector is the victim of abrupt climate change in a country. % of country’s population is . NOTE: 1) The information regarding Pakistan on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency and other sources. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Pakistan Geography information contained here.