Nature and Magnitude of Climatic Change in Turkmenistan with Special Reference to Temperature and Precipitation

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Title: Nature and Magnitude of Climatic Change in Turkmenistan with Special Reference to Temperature and Precipitation
Author: Beig, Masoon Ahmad (Scholar); Shah, Abdul Rauf (Guide)
Abstract: Within the broader perspectives of environmental ecology the climate factors play an important role for the sustenance of biosphere at large. Cyclic movements of nutrients along with ecological balances prevailing at various stages in a biosphere are being governed by nature and magnitude of climatic changes, which are having different range of variations. Accordingly impact analysis on varying bi-products differs from region to region. Magnitude of climatic change determines nature of ecology. All related components of climatic factors including temperature, precipitation, sunlight, moisture etc, effects the various aspects such as occurrence, distribution, productivity and growth of flora and fauna. Besides this range of climatic factors encompasses wider centripetal and centrifugal forces of bio-geo chemical cycles۔Present study is concerned with the nature and magnitude of climatic change with special reference to temperature and precipitation. This type of study is important because it signifies interplay of physical and socioeconomic factors operating in a particular region. Magnitude of climatic changes has their impact on temperature variations, season cycles, biodiversity models, ecological habitats and their significance extends latitudinally and longitudinally. Virtually all human activities are effected by magnitude of climatic change which may be defined as a condition of atmosphere for a given time period. As such study of nature and magnitude of climatic changes in their spatial content is a basic necessity for understanding geography of an area. Atmospheric changes, omnipresence of weather, influence of physical environment ensures people’s interest and concern for weather elements. High velocity winds, heat waves, cloud snaps, sunshine and cloudiness, heavy rain or its absence, snow, hail, thunder and lightning are few of the observes of nature and magnitude of climatic changes that occur in atmospheric envelope that surrounds the earth19. While analyzing and studying spatially such climatic changes, significance of the study goes much deeper. The varying topography and latitudinal extend of the territory of Turkmenistan in the zone of non tropical deserts makes it more vulnerable to climate change. Hence this characteristic provides a base for having a spatial study of nature and magnitude of climatic changes with special reference to temperature and precipitation.
URI: http://dspaces.uok.edu.in/jspui//handle/1/959
Date: 2012


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