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WORKSHOP
M.Sc Pakistan Studies
Resource Person: Jamal Shah
ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN
UNIVERSITY
Geography: It is the study of …..
• physical structure, features and inhabitants of the
Earth.
• focuses over general stru...
Climate:
• An area of the earth’s surface between two parallels of
latitude
• The long-term explanation of weather and oth...
• Varying Climatic Zones or Regions
• The diversified terrain has divided
Pakistan's climate into 4 major regions:
 Highl...
• Temperature
• Pressure
• Rainfall
• Wind
IN OTHER WORDS…….
CONTINUE…….
• Diversity of temperature in various
regions is due to the following:
–Large spread of latitude from 24 N to
37 N.
–Diver...
• Hot summer and mild winter:
– 32o C or more in summer and 10 to 21o C in winter.
• Warm summer and mild winter:
– 21 - 3...
Usually Arid and Dry Temperature
o Humid in a small area in North
o Rainfall of about 625mm in Highlands
o Rainfall of abo...
• Cool, dehydrated winter
 December / February
• Dry coil from Demo through May
 The summer raining season
• Southwest d...
Arid Climate:
Mild winter, hot summers,
Extreme aridity
Lowland Climate
Highland Climate
Mild Winters, Warm summers.
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  1. 1. WORKSHOP M.Sc Pakistan Studies Resource Person: Jamal Shah ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. Geography: It is the study of ….. • physical structure, features and inhabitants of the Earth. • focuses over general structure and features of earth, studies the inter-dependency/ impacts of earth and its inhabitants. Physiography: The subfield of geography …. • about physical patterns and processes of the Earth. • Effects of forces to produce/ modify rocks, oceans, weather and global flora & fauna patterns. Topography: • An arrangement of an artificial and natural physical features of an area
  3. 3. Climate: • An area of the earth’s surface between two parallels of latitude • The long-term explanation of weather and other atmospheric conditions in a given area or country. Weather: • The short-term state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place. • Includes temperature, humidity, cloud, cover, precipitation, wind, etc. Season: • A part of the year during which the behaviors of the atmosphere usually remain the same. • Each of the four divisions of a year.
  4. 4. • Varying Climatic Zones or Regions • The diversified terrain has divided Pakistan's climate into 4 major regions:  Highland Climate  Lowland Climate  Coastal Climate  Arid Climate
  5. 5. • Temperature • Pressure • Rainfall • Wind
  6. 6. IN OTHER WORDS…….
  7. 7. CONTINUE…….
  8. 8. • Diversity of temperature in various regions is due to the following: –Large spread of latitude from 24 N to 37 N. –Diversity of relief ranging from K-2 to low lying coasts of Makran
  9. 9. • Hot summer and mild winter: – 32o C or more in summer and 10 to 21o C in winter. • Warm summer and mild winter: – 21 - 32oC in summer and 10 to 21oC in winter. • Warm summer and cool winter: – 21 - 32oC in summer and 0 - 10oC in winter. • Mild summer and cool/cold winter: – Summer temperature between 10 and 21oC – Winter temperature between 0 and 10oC.
  10. 10. Usually Arid and Dry Temperature o Humid in a small area in North o Rainfall of about 625mm in Highlands o Rainfall of about 740mm in Plains, e.g. Lahore o Two main Sources: o Monsoon o Western Depression o Arid in Southeast and Southwest areas
  11. 11. • Cool, dehydrated winter  December / February • Dry coil from Demo through May  The summer raining season • Southwest downpour period  June / September • The losing ground monsoon epoch  October / November The start and length of these periods vary rather according to location
  12. 12. Arid Climate: Mild winter, hot summers, Extreme aridity Lowland Climate Highland Climate Mild Winters, Warm summers.
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