8 INTRODUCTIONClimate Change is burning issue not at National but also at International level. Its Scope is so wider that nothing left without coming in the grip of its impacts, either it may be human, livestock or crops (Biodiversity).All these are leading happy and healthy life in a specific climate ,otherwise adverse effects if it is changed
38 Kashmir Earthquake 2005: Consequences & Causes Kangra 1905, M ~8Kashmir 2005, M7.6Kashmir Earthquake 2005: Consequences & CausesChaman, 1892 Quetta 1935, M7.5Himalayan Seismic ZoneChaman-Hindukush Seismic ZoneMach 1931, M7.4 & Ziarat/Pishin 2009,M6.4Himalayan Seismic ZoneM. Asif KhanNational Centre of Excellence in GeologyUniversity of PeshawarSulaiman-KirtharSeismic ZoneUrmara 1945, M8.3Bhuj 2001 M7.6; Allah Band 1819 M 7.8Makran Seismic ZoneKuchch-Gujerat Seismic Zone
39 Stakeholders Federal Flood Commission (FFC) Provincial Irrigation and Drainage Authority (PIDA)National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)Water And Power Development Authority (WAPDA)Provincial Relief OrganizationPakistan ArmyPakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters (PCIW)Emergency Relief Cell (ERC)
40 CONCLUSIONRainfall Analysis shows decadal increase over the year from ,drought condition also prevailed at intervals.( The increase is 1.2mm/year)The increased rainfall has shifted Northern Areas of the country .Changes in precipitation are not as significant over the southwestern parts of the country .Annual Maximum Temperature is increasing from0.1 to 0.4c/decad while minimum Temperature is decreasing from c/decad in the Northern AreasDiurnal variation in temperature in the Northern areas is increasing .Thus the moister holding capacity is increasing resulting heavy downpour.Annual Maximum and minimum temperatures of Coastal Areas are increasing from and °C per decade respectively
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