Climate change and water resources management in Pakistan
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Qureshi, Asad Sarwar. 2005. Climate change and water resources management in Pakistan. In Mirza, M. M. Q.; Ahmad, Q. K. (Eds.). Climate change and water resources in South Asia. Leiden, Netherlands: A. A. Balkema. pp.197-230.
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CLIMATE CHANGE; WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT; WATER MANAGEMENT; SURFACE WATER; IRRIGATED FARMING; WATER USE; RURAL ECONOMY; GROUNDWATER TABLE; WATER QUALITY; WATER STORAGE; WATER AVAILABILITY; TUBE WELLS; WATER DEMAND; SALINE WATER; WATERLOGGING; SOIL SALINIZATION; SURFACE DRAINAGE; RAIN; TEMPERATURE; DROUGHT; FLOODING; CYCLONES; COASTAL AREA; LAND USE; RIVER BASINS
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