Anthropogenic riposte confirmation the impact of climate change on human lives in Thar Desert, Pakistan

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S. MEGHWAR
G. M. MASTOI
K. F. ALMANI
A.R. ABBASSI
K. H. LASHARI
A. KHAND
Z. A. PULH
M K. SHAIKH
A. SAMOON
N. BAIG
S. SOOMR0
S. KAUSAR
M. R. QAMBRANI
M. PANHWAR
A. HINGORO

Abstract

The Climatic status quo of Thar desert is deplorable. It is severely affected by global as well as local climate shift phenomena. The primary face density of population is alarmingly high with the rate of 14.6 people per kilometer. The temperature is tremendously varied and it is risen through 1.00 -2.50 centigrade, which induces to reduce precipitation and humidity initiates 5-25 percentages5-12 millimeters respectively in the 20the century. The temporal climate time series and SPSS analysis suggested climate change is single most significant factor to distress human life.

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