2 Separate Studies Affirm No Net Temperature Or Precipitation Change In Pakistan Since The 1700s

Yet another region of the world has failed to cooperate with then anthropogenic global warming narrative.

Asad et al., 2024

“The longest 10 years’ warm periods were observed during the early decades of the twentieth century (AD 1918–1927…)…”

“The five hottest years (based on 7.33 °C ± 0.99 °C) were AD 1896 (9.80 °C), 1892 (9.44 °C), 1898 (9.40 °C), 1871 (9.24 °C), and AD 1925 (9.23 °C)…”

“Our reconstruction failed to capture the recent warming trend…”

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Khan et al., 2024

“In this study, we develop a regional chronology (RC) spanning from 1620 to 2017 CE by utilizing dendrochronological techniques and tree-ring data from two stands of Abies pindrow. The RC reveals a significant positive correlation (p < 0.05) with self-calibrated Palmer drought severity index (scPDSI) and precipitation and a significant negative correlation with temperature.”

“Our reconstruction shows a significant correlation with the South Asia Summer Monsoon Index (SASMI), Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation (AMO), ENSO, Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), and solar activity, emphasizing that all these factors have some influence on the drought variability in central-northern Pakistan.”

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