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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor/Director
Department Atmospheric Physics/Physical Oceanography/Meteorology/Climate Change/Air and Marine Pollution
Institution
Institute of Environmental Studies ( IES)
University of Karachi KARACHI
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Institute of Environmental Studies University of Karachi
KARACHI
Pakistan
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
Nationality Pakistan
Tel +92 21 99261300-6/2305
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D.
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Physical Oceanography , Climatology, Meteorology , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Pollution , Physical Oceanography , Climatology, Meteorology , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Pollution
Research Activities • Dec., 2013-todate: Director/Professor, Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Karachi, Pakistan. • May 2008-Nov., 2013: Professor, Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Karachi, Pakistan. Engaged in Research and Teaching of Meteorology and Oceanography to post graduate and Ph. D. students. The courses are atmospheric physics, climate and climate change, Introduction to physical oceanography, physical oceanography and marine environment, air and noise pollution (air pollution meteorology and modeling), marine pollution (physical aspects), remote sensing applications (meteorology and oceanography). • July 2006-May 2008: Principal Scientific Officer, National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Government of Pakistan, Karachi. Active participant of many International and National projects/programs. As a researcher worked on various projects related to Meteorology and Oceanography of the area. Teaching of courses conducted by NIO for professional organizations/naval officers/University students. I was also involved in the matters related to Policy and Planning of R & D Programs/Projects and International Liaison with WMO, IOC, GLOSS, DBCP, SCOR, Antarctic Research etc. I was assigned to look after the matters related to Pakistan Tsunami and Indian Ocean Tsunami programs and participated to prepare proposal of establishment of Tsunami Warning and Mitigation Center for Pakistan and Arabian Sea. I also attended many events and training programs relevant to establishment of Tsunami center and Tsunami Science including Tsunami and Storm Surge simulation/modeling. • 1998-2002 (On Deputation): Scientist, SAARC Meteorological Research Centre (SMRC), Bangladesh. (Regional Centre of Air-Ocean Climatic Research). During my stay in SAARC Meteorological Research Centre (SMRC), Dhaka, Bangladesh (a reputed International Research Institute engaged in research activities related to meteorological and ocean sciences), I developed and worked on many research programs on climate change and sea level rise issues facing by south Asian countries. Some major studies are as follows; “Natural and Man Made Stresses on the Stability of Indus Delta and Creek System” “Sea Level Variations and Geomorphological Changes in the Coastal Belt of Pakistan” “Relative Sea Level Changes in Maldives and Vulnerability of Land due to Abnormal Coastal Inundation” “An Integrated Approach to Sea Level Changes, Costal Erosion & Inundation and Their Impacts on the Coastal Zone of Maldives” “Recent Sea Level and Sea Surface Temperature Changes along the Maldives Coast” "Has the Frequency of Intense Tropical Cyclones increased in the North Indian Ocean?” “Probable reasons for enhanced cyclogenesis in the Bay of Bengal during July–August of ENSO years” "Tropical Cyclone Frequency in the North Indian Ocean in relation to Southern Oscillation Phenomenon” "Recent Sea Level and Sea Surface Temperature Trends along Bangladesh Coast in Relation to the Frequency of Intense Cyclones" “Strong Tidal Currents and Sea Level Changes in Gwadar Bay and Erosion Problem” “Vulnerability Assessment of the SAARC Coastal Region due to Sea Level Rise: Bangladesh Case” "Climate Change Put Oceanic State, Republic of Maldives at Risk" "Vulnerability of Bangladesh Coastal Areas due to Rising Sea Level and Sea Surface Temperature" “Sea Level Changes and Coastal Erosion Problems along Bangladesh Coast” "Sea Level Rise along Pakistan Coast and possible Impacts on the Indus Deltaic Mangroves Ecosystem-A Review" The details of the above and some more studies conducted by me may be seen in the list of publications. I got START Young Scientist Award and Appreciation Letter from Secretary General, SAARC and Director SMRC on my performance during my stay in SMRC, Dhaka. • 1991-June 2006: Research Officer: National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Government of Pakistan, Karachi. Active participant of many International and National projects/programs. Involved in the matters related to International Collaborative programs with International organizations and countries. Teaching of courses conducted by NIO for professional organizations/naval officers/University students. • 1995: Research Scholar, School of Oceanography, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A. Worked on the the data collected during PAK-US Joint project for the North Arabian Sea • 1994 & 1991-1992: Course Coord./Visiting Lecturer, Center of Excellence in Marine Biology, Univ. of Karachi, Pakistan. Besides working in NIO, invited by the University of Karachi to teach physics and dynamics of ocean and atmosphere course to M.Phil and Ph.D. Students. • 1987-1991: Research Scholar (Ph. D. Program), Department of Meteorology and Oceanography, Regional Meteorological Training Center of World Meteorological, Organization (WMO) for Asia and Pacific, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. Research and course work leading to award of Ph. D. degree. • 1985-1987: Cooperative lecturer, Applied physics Department, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan. Teaching Applied Physics courses to postgraduate students I have also been invited to teach postgraduate students in the WMO advanced course for Class I Meteorological Personnel. Hence, I have multi-disciplinary research/faculty experience.
Research Region 71, Antarctica
Skills/Expertise Dynamics of Ocean-Atmosphere, Physical Oceanography, Climate Change Issues, Sea Level Rise and its Impact, Air-Sea Fluxes, Marine & Air Pollution, Atmospheric Physics, Antarctic Research, Research Cruises and Expeditions, Numerical Modeling
Comments AFFILIATION: Institute of Environmental Studies University of Karachi Karachi, Pakistan. Tel. #: 92-21-99261300-6/2375, 0092-3332336326 (Cell.) E-mail: tariqmak@uok.edu.pk, tariqmak@yahoo.com, tariqmak@gmail.com HONORS AND AWARDS: • START Young Scientist 2000 Award from START Secretariat, USA. • Appreciation Letter from Secretary General, SAARC on my performance in SMRC (SAARC Meteorological Research Centre), Dhaka, Bangladesh. • Appreciation Letter from Director, SMRC, Dhaka, Bangladesh. • Productive Scientists of Pakistan-2007 • Consistent College Scholar during Ph. D. Program (1987-1991). • Passed M. Sc. in Applied Physics with distinction (3.9 Cumulative Grade Point Ratio on Scale 4). • Participation in the 2nd Pakistan’s Scientific Expedition to Antarctica during 1992-1993. MEMBERSHIP: • Serving as a Reviewer of NASA’s Experimental Program to Simulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) proposals. • Appointed as an assessor for the promotion of academic staff, International Islamic University of Malaysia. • Appointed as Representative of Academic Council, University of Karachi in the BOG of Center of Excellence in Marine Biology (CEMB), University of Karachi. • Appointment as a Subject Expert in the Academic Committee, Center of Excellence in Marine Biology (CEMB), University of Karachi. • Appointment as an expert for Board of Studies of the Department of Environmental Sciences, Jinnah University for Women, Karachi, Pakistan. • Appointment as an Expert for the Board of Studies, Department of Environmental Studies, Sindh Madressatul Islam University, Karachi, Pakistan. • Appointment as an Examiner/Paper Setter for Examination/Tests for recruitment against various officer’s rank posts, Sindh Public Service Commission, Govt. of Sindh, Pakistan. • Member Curriculum Committee of Marine Science Syllabi, Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. • Appointment as representative of Academic Council, University of Karachi in the Board of Governors of Center of Excellence in Marine Biology, University of Karachi. • Member Curriculum Committee of Water Management Syllabi, Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. • Member Academic Committee of Institute of Marine Science, University of Karachi, Pakistan. • Member Board of Studies, Faculty of Science, University of Karachi, Pakistan. • Member Academic Council, University of Karachi, Pakistan. • Member Senate, University of Karachi, Pakistan. • Member Board of Studies, Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Karachi, Pakistan. • Appointed as member board of studies, Department of Environment, Federal Urdu University of Science and Technology. • Appointed as member board of studies, Plant Conservation Center, University of Karachi. • START (International Council for Science-ICSU) Alumni, International START Secretariat, Washington DC. • Applied Physics Alumni Society, University of Karachi, Pakistan. • Dept. of Meteorology and Oceanography Alumni Association, University of the Philippines. • UP Science Alumni Association, University of the Philippines. • Global Directory of Marine (and Freshwater) Scientists – GLODIR, IOC-UNESCO, Paris, France. • International GPS Service, Pasadena, CA, U.S.A. • The Antarctica Project, Washington D. C., U.S.A. • Haribon Foundation, Conservation of Natural Resource Manila, Philippines. • Physics Society of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines. ACTIVITIES OF AN INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER: • Participated in the research cruises including deep sea cruises under many national and International programs such as North Arabian Sea Environment and Ecosystem Research Program (PAK-US Joint Project), Pakistan Antarctic Expeditions Program, etc. • Post-Doctoral work in USA on the data collected during International PAK-US Joint Project (NASEER) • Teaching in the WMO/UNDP Advanced course in Pakistan. • Worked as a scientist in the SAARC (South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation), a Regional Organization of South Asian Countries. • International/Local Liaison: Involved in preparation of project proposals and MOU for Scientific and Technological Cooperation with friendly countries and International and local organizations such as SCAR, IOC/UNESCO, WMO, GLOSS, GOOS, JCOMM, DBCP, IUCN, etc. • Nominated as an Expert Reviewer for the Working Group I contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis (WG1-AR4) • Nominated for the Working Group II (WG II) Fourth Assessment of IPCC in the role of Expert Reviewer. • Review/edit research papers/proposals/proceedings. INVOLVEMENT IN THE POLICY AND PLANNING I have been involved in the matters related to Policy and Planning of R & D Programmes/Projects and have prepared several proposals of new projects/programmes. Few examples are as follows; • Establishment of Tsunami Early Warning and Mitigation System in Pakistan. • Tide Gauge Network along Pakistan Coast: Phase-I: Installation at Keti Bandar, Sonmiani and Ormara. • Concept Project proposal “Pakistan accedtion to Antarctic Treaty System and Expedition to Antarctica”. • Strengthening of Oceanographic Research Sub Station Gwadar, Pakistan. • Strenghtening of National Institute of Oceanography, Pakistan: Ocean Technology, Coastal Zone Managemenet and Remote Sensing • Establishment of Marine Faculty in Gwadar under University of Balochistan. • Impact of Oil Spill and Bio-remedial Measures to Mitigate the Effects on Marine Environment along the Clifton Beach and Adjoining areas of Karachi • Establishment of Experimental Crustacean Hatchery and Shrimp Farms in the Coastal area of Balochistan. • Addition of commercial shrimp ponds in Sonmiani, Balochistan. • Establishment of Model Shrimp Farm at NIO base, Sonmiani, Balochistan. EDITORSHIP • Editor of the Proceedings of the International Training Workshop on Air Pollution Modeling: Fate of Air Pollutants in the Atmosphere (19-23 March, 2012), organized by Australian-EPA, Institute of Environment Studies, University of Karachi and Higher Education Commission, Pakistan. • Editor of the Proceedings of the International Seminar on “Utilization of Marine Resources”, Karachi, 20-22 December, 2002, organized by ISESCO, Morocco/National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Pakistan. • Editor of the Proceedings of the International Seminar on “Nowcasting and Forecasting of Weather in the SAARC region”, held in Dhaka, 30-31 Dec., 2001 organized by South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)/SAARC Meteorological Research Centre (SMRC), Dhaka, Bangladesh. (2001) • Senior Editor, “Environews”, Biannual News letter, Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Karachi. MEMBER EDITORIAL BOARD • Pakistan Journal of Marine Sciences, University of Karachi, Pakistan. REVIEWER OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL PROJECTS • Working as a reviewer for Higher Education Commission-Pakistan, to rate/asses the projects, which are being submitted in HEC for funding. CONTRIBUTION TO THE CHAPTER/SECTION/VOLUME • Contributed a section about oceanographic and marine meteorological processes in the Arabian Sea to the Report “National Response on Status and Environment Problem of the Marine and Coastal Area”, published by UNDP-MoST. PROJECT/STUDY SUPERVISED OR COLLABORATING: • "Satellite Monitoring of Surface Particulate Matter Air Quality: An Integrated System," Project submitted by NASA and Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Karachi under PAK-US collaborative program (submitted). • Water Quality in the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea: Impacts of Population Growth on Watersheds and Coastal Ecology, as partner in the project submitted by NASA scientists • Gausian Dispersion Modeling: Air Pollution Dispersion in the Urban Environment. • Seismic Activities and Tsunami Hazards Mapping for Pakistan: A Multi-Scenario Approach • Release of Industrial Wastewater in the Estuary and Environmental Impact Predictions. • Study of urban heat Islands through remotely sensed temperature profile. • Study of changes in the mangroves area: A comparison of ground observation with the satellite derived data. • Spatial Decision Support System for Installation of Waste Water Treatment Plant in Karachi, Pakistan: GIS Perspective • Global Weirding: Probable Causes of Global Weather Extremes of Summer 2010 with particular reference to flooding in Pakistan. • Does Heat Wave in Pakistan and Neighboring Region fit Climate Trends: Analysis of Pakistan Summer Extremes and their Probable Linkage with Global Air Sea Processes. • Studying the Effects of Water Pollution on the Sediments and the Life Forms at Lyari River (South East Coast of Karachi), Pakistan. • Water Quality Monitoring In an Estuarine Ecosystem at Lyari River Outfall (South East Coast of Karachi), Pakistan (Deans Grant Awarded) • Study of seasonal variation of microflora due to water pollution in Estuarine Ecosystem (Deans Grant Awarded) • Spatial and Temporal distribution of pollutants at Lyari river outfall and surrounding coastal waters: An approach to combine modeling and information technology techniques” (Deans Grant awarded) • Climate change impacts in the Indus Deltaic Creek system. • Impact of Oil Spill and Bio-remedial Measures to Mitigate the Effects on Marine Environment along the Clifton Beach and Adjoining areas of Karachi. • Strengthening of Oceanographic Research Sub Station Gwadar, Pakistan. • Spatial and Temporal Distributions of PAHs along Karachi Coast. (Deans Grant Awarded) • Spatiotemporal Variability and Prediction of Rainfall over Pakistan Sub-region. • Sea Level Monitoring along Pakistan Coast to Measure Sea Level Variations Induced by Natural and Anthropogenic Changes: Installation of Tide Gauge as a Component of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (in pipeline). WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/SEMINAR ORGANIZED: • International conference on Oceanography and Sustainable Marine Production: A Challenge of Managing Marine Resources in a Changing Climate ICOSMaP – 2013, Kuantan- Malaysia, 29-31 October 2013 (Scientific Committee Member) • International Training Workshop on Air Pollution Modeling: Fate of Air Pollutants in the Atmosphere, March 19-23, 2012, Jointly organized by Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Karachi-Environmental Protection Authority, Vic, Australia & Higher Education Commission, Pakistan. • International Seminar on “Utilization of Marine Resources”, Karachi, 20-22 December, 2002. organized by ISESCO, Morocco/National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Pakistan. • International Seminar on “Nowcasting and Forecasting of Weather in the SAARC region”, held in Dhaka, 30-31 Dec., 2001 organized by South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) and SAARC Meteorological Research Centre (SMRC), Dhaka, Bangladesh. PARTICIPATION IN THE RESEARCH CRUISES/FIELD SURVEYS (MAJOR ONLY}: Participated in several research cruises including deep sea cruises under many national and International programs such as; • PAK-US Joint Project-North Arabian Sea Environment and Ecosystem Research Program (NASEER} Pakistan Antarctic Expeditions Program • RRS Charles Darwin Research Cruise CD-151 over the Pakistan margin • PPL Oil exploration Rig in the Pasni offshore area etc. etc. • Several Research Cruise on S/V Behr Paima to explore the processes occurring in the Arabian Sea and surrounding region.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Tariq ALI KHAN)

1. Tariq M. A. Khan, Kanza Abid, Shumaila Jaffery, Irfan Ali, H. M. Zakai (2015). Tidal Flushing Characteristics of Municipal and Industrial Waste in the Karachi Coastal Waters and Simulation of Waste Field Dilution in the Vicinity of Marine Sewage Outfalls, J.Chem. Soc. Pak., Vol. 37, No. 02., 363-370. 2. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Irfan Ali, 2014, Spacio-Temporal Variations of Pollutants in the Sediments and Flora of Estuarine Ecosystem at Lyari River Outfall, Karachi, presented in the International Congress On ?Estuaries & Coastal Protected Areas ? ECPA 2014, 04 - 06 November 2014, Izmir ? Turkey Organized by Inter-Islamic Science & Technology Network on Oceanography, Izmir-TURKEY/Institute of Marine Science & Technology, University of Dokuz Eylul, Izmir-Turkey/COMSTECH 3. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Abid Raza and S. Shahid Shaukat, (2014). Two new records of Scleractinian Corals from Saint Martin?s Island, Bangladesh, International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies, 1 (6), 16-18. 4. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Kanza Abid, Shumaila Jaffery, (2014), Release of Industrial and Domestic Waste of Layari and Malir Rivers into sea through marine outfalls and simulation of waste field dilution in the vicinity of sewage outfalls in the Proceedings of workshop on ?Mitigation of Marine Pollution in Karachi Harbor/Coast?, 28-29 April, 2014, Organized by Maritime Security Agency, Pakistan (in press). 5. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, H. M. Ali Zakai, Irfan Ali (2013), Release of Municipal and Industrial Waste into Sea and its Impact on Marine Environment, International Conference on Oceanography and Sustainable Marine Production: A Challenge of Managing Marine Resources in a Changing Climate ICOSMaP ? 2013, Kuantan- Malaysia, 29-31 October 2013, 335-342. 6. Sidra Arif Hussain, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Karam Khan, Muhammad Mansoor Khan (2013), Modeling and Mapping of Tsunami along Pakistan Coast, Second National Conference on Space Science (NCSS-2013), October 7-8,2013, Karachi, (accepted-abstract published) 7. Paul C. Rivera, and Tariq Masood Ali Khan (2012). Discovery of the Major Mechanism of Global Warming and Climate Change, Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences, 2012, 8, 59-73. 8. Tariq Masood Ali Khan (2012). Long Range and Short Range Transport Processes of Pollutants, in the proceedings of International Training Workshop on Air Pollution Modeling: Fate of Air Pollutants in the Atmosphere, 19-23 March, 2012, Karachi, Pakistan, 25-34. 9. Irfan Ali, IbtisamaTamiz, Abdul Basit Khan, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Atif Shahzad, Syed Shahid Shaukat, Shehla Afroz (2012). Mapping, Spatial Variation of Environmental Pollutants in an Estuarine Ecosystem at Karachi Harbor: An Application of GIS, Int. J. Biol. Biotech, 9 (1-2), 1-8. 10. Syed Moazzam Ali, Muhammad Moazzam Rabbani and Tariq Masood (2012). Increased Sea Water Intrusion in the Vicinity of Tidal Link Drain at South Sindh, Pakistan, Pakistan Journal of Marine Sciences (in press). 11. Murad Qadir, Rafat Murad, Tariq Masood Ali Khan. (2011). Pattern of Dengue Fever in Different Weather Conditions of Karachi, Infectious Diseases Journal, 20, 3, 331-334. 12. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Dilawar Abdul Razzaq, Shaukat Hayat Khan, Mohammad Moazzam Rabbani, Naimatullah Sohoo, Paul C. Rivera (2009). ?Numerical Simulation of Wind and Tide Driven Circulation in the Gwadar Bay Region?, Pakistan Journal of Oceanography, 5 (1&2), 1-10. 13. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Faisal Ahmed Khan, Rahmatullah Jilani, (2008). Sea Surface Temperature Variability along Pakistan Coast and its Relation to El Niño-Southern Oscillation, Pakistan Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 4, 2, 67-72. 14. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Mohammad Moazzam Rabbani, S. Moazzam Ali, Paul C. Rivera (2007). The Transport and Extent of Contaminated Sediments under the Influence of Tidal and Wind Driven Circulation? in the proceedings of ?International Conference on Rapid Urbanization and Land Use Conflicts in Coastal Cities?, held in Aqaba- Jordan in Nov., 2007, 187-196. 15. Mohammad Moazzam Rabbani, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Moazzam Ali (2007). Long term Impact of oil pollution on Marine Fauna and Flora in the proceedings of ?International Conference on Rapid Urbanization and Land Use Conflicts in Coastal Cities?, held in Aqaba- Jordan, 103-109. 16. Asif Inam, Tariq Masood Ali Khan. Mohammad Moazzam Rabbani (2007). Effect of coastal development along the Karachi coast in the proceedings of ?International Conference on Rapid Urbanization and Land Use Conflicts in Coastal Cities?, held in Aqaba- Jordan, 285-289. 17. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, M. M. Rabbani, Asif Inam, A. R. Tabrez (2007). The influence of natural and anthropogenic changes on Indus deltaic ecosystem and coastal resources of the area, In the proceedings of International Seminar Coastal Water Management & Sustainable use of Marine Resources, Dakar ? Senegal, 14-16 November 2006, 135-141. 18. Muhammad Moazzam Rabbani, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Asif Inam, A. R. Tabrez, S. Moazzam Ali, (2007). Effect of coastal erosion on bio-diversity along the Karachi coast, In the proceedings of International Seminar Coastal Water Management & Sustainable Use of Marine Resources, Dakar ? Senegal, 14-16 November 2006, 258-262. 19. Asif Inam, M. M. Rabbani, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, S. N. Ahmed, A. R. Tabrez & M. Danish (2007). Vulnerability of Indus delta and adjoining areas to geo-hazards In the proceedings of International Seminar Coastal Water Management & Sustainable Use of Marine Resources, Dakar ? Senegal, 14-16 November 2006, 289. 20. Arif Mahmood, Tariq Masood Ali Khan and Nadeem Faisal(2006), Relationship Between El Nino and Summer Monsoon Rainfall over Pakistan, Pakistan Journal of Marine Sciences, 15, 2, 161-178. 21. M. M. Rabbani, Tariq Masood Ali khan, D. A. Razzaq (2006). Impact of Climatic and Anthropogenic Changes on Mangroves Forest along Pakistan Coast, The Environ Monitor, Vol. VI, 3, 3-8. 22. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Arif Mahmood, Nadeem Faisal, M. M. Rabbani. (2006). ?Influence of El-Nino on the Southwest Monsoon Rainfall over Pakistan?, in the proceedings of International Roundtable ?Understanding and Forecasting of Monsoons (Editor: PN Vinayachandran)?, organized by Center for Science Technology of the Non-Aligned and other Developing Countries (NAM S&T) during 21-24 November 2005 held in Indonesia, Published by Daya Publishing House, Delhi. 119-126. 23. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, M. M. Rabbani, A,. R. Tabrez, A. Inam (2005). Vulnerability of Coastal Areas: An Overview of Natural Hazards and Managements in the Coastal Zones, In proceedings of the Seminar on Disaster Preparedness & Development of a Warning System for Coastal Region, Sept. 15, 2005, Karachi, Pakistan, 27-35. 24. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, M. M. Rabbani, S. Ishaq (2005). ?EL Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and its relationship with Fish Catch along the Pakistan Coast?, in the Proceedings of International Seminar on ?Utilization of Marine Resources?, Karachi, Pakistan, (20-22 December, 2002), 187-198. 25. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, M. M. Rabbani, A. Inam (2005). ?Natural Hazards and Mitigation Measures in the Coastal Area of North Indian Ocean region: An Overview? in the proceedings of the INOC workshop on protection of coastal & marine environment, Izmir, Turkey, (9-11 Nov., 2005), 181-187. 26. M. M. Rabbani, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, A. Inam, S. M. Tabrez (2005). ?Status of Mangroves in the Indus deltaic Region: A major Protection from Tsunami waves and storm surges?, in the proceedings of the INOC workshop on protection of coastal & marine environment, Izmir, Turkey, (9-11 Nov., 2005), 9-14. 27. S. Naeem Ahmed, A. Ali and Tariq Masood Ali Khan (2005). Diurnal variation of the radiative heat fluxes over the sea surface of northern Arabian Sea. Pakistan Journal of Oceanography, 1, 1, 41-50. 28. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Dewan Abdul Quadir, Anwarul Kabir, Md. Majajul Alam Sarker (2004) ?Seasonal to Inter-annual Sea Surface Temperature Variability in the Coastal Cities of South Asia?, Natural Hazards, 31, 2, 549-560. 29. Dewan Abdul Quadir, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Nazli Fedousi (2004) ?Variations of Annual Temperature in and around the Bay of Bengal?, Natural Hazards, 31, 2, 561-584. 30. Arif Mahmood, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Nadeem Faisal (2004) ?Correlation between Multivariate ENSO Index (MEI) and Pakistan?s Summer Rainfall. Pakistan J. of Meteorology, Vol. 1, 2, 53-64. 31. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Shahid Amjad, Saira Ishaq (2004) ?EL Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and its relationship with Fish Catch along the Pakistan Coast?, Proceedings of International Seminar on ?Utilization of Marine Resources?, Karachi, 20-22 December, 2002, Published by ISESCO/NIO. 32. Asif Inam, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, A. R. Tabrez, Shahid Amjad and M. Danish (2004), ?Natural and Man Made Stresses on the Stability of Indus Deltaic Ecoregion?, in the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Asian Marine Geology, January 13-18, 2004, Bangkok, Thailand: Mega Deltas of Asia Geological Evolution and Human Impact, edited by Zhongyuan Chen, Yoshiki Saito, Steven L. Goodbred Jr., China Ocean Press, 148-155. 33. M. M. Rabbani, A. R. Tabrez, Asif Inam, Tariq Masood Ali Khan and S. M. Tabrez (2004), ?Survival of Mangroves in the Coastal belt of Pakistan with Special Reference to Indus Rivers?, in the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Asian Marine Geology, January 13-18, 2004, Bangkok, Thailand: Mega Deltas of Asia Geological Evolution and Human Impact, edited by Zhongyuan Chen, Yoshiki Saito, Steven L. Goodbred Jr., China Ocean Press, 156-160. 34. Dewan Abdul Quadir, Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Md. Akram Hossain and Anwar Iqbal (2003) ?Study of climate Variability and Its Impact on Rice Yield in Bangladesh? SAARC J. of Agriculture, I, 69-83. 35. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, D. A. Razzaq, Qamar-Uz-Zaman Chaudhry, Dewan Abdul Quadir, Anwarul Kabir, And Majajul Alam Sarker (2002) ?Sea Level Variations And Geomorphological Changes In The Coastal Belt of Pakistan?, Marine Geodesy, 25, 159-174. 36. Tariq Masood Ali Khan, Dewan Abdul Quadir, T. S. Murty, Anwarul Kabir, Fahmida Aktar, Majajul Alam Sarker (2002) ?Relative Sea Level Changes in Maldives and Vulnerability of Land due to Abnormal Coastal Inundation, Marine Geodesy, 25, 133-143. 37. O. P. Singh, Tariq Masood Ali Khan and Md. Sazedur Rahman (2002)

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Created: 1998-09-28 Last Updated: 2015-07-02 by Tariq ALI KHAN