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Environmentally Sustainable Development

VI


Book of Abstracts - I

[Environment]


Chief Editor

Iftikhar A. Raja




COMSATS Institute of Information Technology

Abbottabad (Pakistan)

Book of Abstracts Sixth International Conference on

Environmentally Sustainable Development

ESDev – 2015

23-25 August 2015

Department of Environmental Sciences,

CIIT-Abbottabad, Pakistan

Published by:

COMSATS Institute of Information Technology

University Road,

Abbottabad

Pakistan

© 2015, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology

Abbottabad, Pakistan
No part of the material protected by this copyright notice may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission from the copyright owner.
ISBN: 978-969-487-022-9


Printed by:

Editorial Board

Chief Editor Dr. Iftikhar A. Raja


Editor Dr. Arshid Pervez
Associate Editors Dr. Qaisar Mahmood

Dr. Muhammad Irshad

Dr. Maria Siddique

Dr. Irum Shahzadi


Technical Editor Waqar Azim



Conference Patronage
Dr. S. M. Junaid Zaidi S.I.(Rector, CIIT)

Dr. Khan Gul Jadoon (Director, CIIT, Abbottabad)



Organizing Committee Member

Iftikhar A Raja Chairman

Arshid Pervez Secretary

Members

M. Maroof Shah

Muhmmad Irshad

Qaisar Mehmood

Raza Ahmed

Zulfiqar A Bhatti

Mohammad Bilal

Tatheer Alam Naqvi

Abdur Rehman

Ayesha Baig

Fazli Wahid

Khalid Ahmad

Maria Siddique

M. Javed Iqbal

Naseer Ahmad

Rashid Nazir

Sabaz Ali Khan

Shamyla Nawazish

Yasar Sajjad

Irum Shahzadi

Sajid Hussain Shah

Bibi Saima Zeb

Ummara Waheed

Mian Basit Shah

Adnan Ahmed Tahir

Kiramat Khan

Khawaja Farooq Ahmed

Farid Ullah

Romana Khan

Jamshaid Hussain

Abdul Nazir

Akhtar Iqbal

Bilal Ahmad Zafar

Ismat Nawaz

Malik Tahir Hayat

Mazhar Iqbal

Naim Rashid

Rafiq Ahmed

Muhammad Shahzad

Shahid Masood Shah

Usman Irshad

Wajiha Khan

Nadia Riaz

Ghazal Khurshid

Habiba Zafar

Sadaqat




ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
With the approval of competent authority for conduct of ESDev-2015 (23-25 August, 2015) in a befitting manner, following committees are notified.
Conference Patronage

Dr. S. M. Junaid Zaidi (Rector, CIIT)

Dr. Khan Gul (Director, CIIT Abbottabad)
Sponsors/Collaborators

Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan (HEC)

COMSATS Headquarter Islamabad

National Testing Service

Norwegian University

II. International Advisory Committee Members


Abdel Malek Algeria

B. K. Bala  Bangladesh

M Saif-ul- Islam  Bangladesh

Zhaohui Lin China

Wu Donglei China

D. Prinz        Germany

Franz Nestmann Germany

P. K. Joshipura India

Widodo Brintowiyono Indonesia

Charls N Grant  Jamaica WI

Hom B. Rijal Japan

Ahmad J.S. Abu-Safa Jordan

M Azmi Bostam Malaysia

R. B. Kayastha Nepal

I. Nyborg    Norway

P. D. Jenssen Norway

Joseph Foronda Philippines

Yahia Alhamed Saudi Arabia

Joseph Foronda Philippines

Jong-In Han South Korea

N. Shanmuglingam Sri Lanka

Mohamed Esham Sri Lanka

A. K. A. El Shobali Sudan

B. Mattiasson Sweden

G.S. Virk     Sweden

J. O. Drangert        Sweden

Ahmet Uludag                Turkey

Mary Hancock                UK

Miklas Scholz               UK

John W. Twidell UK

Mohammad Asif      UK

C. Frear USA

P. T. Minh Thu Vietnam



III. National Program Committee


Haque Nawaz Bhatti UoA Faisalabad

Syed Zafart Ilyas AIOU Islamabad

Ishtiaq A Qazi NUST, Islamabad

Amir H Malik CIIT Islamabad

Gul Najam Jami UNDP Islamabad

Irfan Hayee COMSATS Islamabad

Muhammad Irfan IIU Islamabad

Muhammad Hanif PMD Islamabad

Muhammad Ashraf PCRWR Islamabad

Qazi Moinuddin Abro MU-ISTD, Sindh Arjumand Zaidi IST Karachi

Hafiz Rub Nawaz PCSIR, LRC, Karachi M. Ghaffar Doggar MoA, Punjab, Lahore Mahr Sahibzad Khan RMC/PMD Lahore

Robina Farooq CIIT Lahore

Sohaib Asif Sipra REON Lahore

Muhammad Farooq BZU Multan

Zahid M Khan BZU Multan

Saleem Raza Samo QUEST Nawabshah

Zahoor A Swati UoA Peshawar

Muddasi Israr UoB Quetta

Uzaira Rafique FHWU, Rawalpindi

Muhammad Shahid CIIT Vehari



We express our sincere appreciations to authors and co-authors for submitting and/or presenting their work at ESDev-2015. Lastly we are thankful to Chairman, Higher Education Commission, Rector, CIIT, Director, CIIT Abbottabad for their whole hearted support to make this conference a success.
May God Almighty give us the ability and strength to serve the humanity and be kind to His creation.

Iftikhar A. Raja

Chairman

ESDev-2015



PREFACE
The fragile ecosystem of our planet is under attack on many fronts as a result of our desire to improve our living standard and better lifestyle through industrialization and infrastructure development while our struggle for food on the other hand. Both these ‘desire and struggle’ lead to unsustainable use of resources. The United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals ‘MDG’ set in 2005, for worldwide efforts to ensure environmental sustainability by 2015 are approaching. Now while the time has passed the ‘Millennium Declaration’ indicators show our failure to protect the environmental systems, a fundamental question dominates the global development agenda: what should now replace the ‘MDG’? It is clear that environmental issues such as deforestation, habitat and biodiversity loss, overuse of natural resources, air and water pollution, and global climate change all are linked to poverty, whether it is ‘fuel poverty or food’. Therefore, the post MGD agenda needs to tackle the relationship between poverty and environmental sustainability for long-lasting change. Not just our survival and wellbeing but of all living beings depends on agenda, how to conservation of our natural environment.
UNDP and UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative ‘PEI’ programme is launched to support country-led efforts to mainstream poverty-environment linkages into national development and sub-national development planning, from policymaking to budgeting, implementation and monitoring.
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, in line with United Nation ‘MDG’ took the initiative by launching a series International Conferences: “Environmentally Sustainable Development” (ESDev). Since 2005 the ESDev series of conference is held regularly alternate year. The first five conferences successfully addressed the vital issues revolving around “Environment and Sustainable Development”. Utilizing the same platform and in accordance the recommendation of ESDev-2005, the 6th International Conference, “Environmentally Sustainable Development” ESDev-2015 has been organized
The ESDev-2015 Conference has brought together hundreds of professionals from academia, industries, local enterprises and agencies to translate ideas, success stories, case studies, current trends, and technologies into solutions for environmental protection and enhancement. In this conference two topics – Drugs Development: Synthetic and Natural, and Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering also included for special deliberation. Three separate Books of Abstracts have been published – BoA-I, contains over 225 abstracts related to environment, Book-II 100 abstracts covering articles on Drugs Development and Book-III holds 25 abstracts on Advance in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Over 100 papers are presented in two parallel sessions and the remaining papers are displayed in poster form.
The number of themes and unequal distribution of the papers under these themes represents particularly the academic response to the call for papers. Issues of local concern and expertise are particularly well represented. Perhaps in future years it would be appropriate to encourage participation from a wider environmental perspective.
It is expected that the environmental issues and concern disscussed at ESDev-2015, among the stakeholders in an area of immense importance would result in specific actions, to craft suitable policies and to take the necessary action to protect and sustain the environment. Research and technical papers presented at ESDev-2015 will evoke interest and subsequent discussion and practical implementation not only by the delegates attending the conference, but also by others involved in environment related activities like research and teaching institutions, NGOs and individuals working in private and public sector.

Iftikhar Ahmed Raja

Chairman

ESDev-2015 Conference

COMSATS Institute of Information

Technology, Abbottabad



Pakistan

CONTENTS

A

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

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1

Spatial Extent Analysis of Fog and Haze Cover over Pakistan and India Using Medium Resolution Satellite Data

Badar M. Ghauri







2

Greenhouse Gas Estimation from the Landfill Sites of Rawal Town Rawalpindi, Punjab


Bibi Almas and Sofia Khalid







3

Fluoride Contamination in Water, Air and Soil of Pakistan: A Review

Anum Aslam and Sofia Khalid







4

Monitoring and Measurement of Formaldehyde Concentration Over Lahore and Islamabad Using Ground-Based and Satellite Observation Using Max-Doas

Waqas Ahmed Khan, Dr. Faheem Khokhar and Ifraw Naveed







5

Harvests of the Future: Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Elevation and the Nutritional Security of Cotton Seed Oil (Gosypium hirsutum L)

Fazia Ghaffar, Ikhtiar Khan and Abid Mehmood







6

Biodegradation of Toluene Using Bacteria Isolated from Petroleum Refinery Contaminated Soil

Mariam Mansoor and Imran Hashmi







7

Restaurant Waste Characteristics and Management in Rawalpindi

Asma Gul Qazi and Sofia Khalid







8

Optimization of Municipal Solid Waste Management in Peshawar Using Mathematical Modelling and GIS

Mansoor A. Khan, Usman Jilani, Irshad Hussain, Ibad Khurram, Safi Ur Rehman, Huma Rehman







9

Bioleaching of Metals from Low Grade Ores


Sadia Ilyas, Jae-chun Lee, Haq Nawaz Bhatti, Jeaong soo Sohn and Ayesha Riaz








10

Ecotoxicological evaluation of Arsenic using biochemical parameters of Euglena Gracilis as Endpoints

Sidra Tahira, Samrana Zahir, MK Daud, Waheed Murad, Noor Muhammad and Azizullah Azizullah








11

Biodegradation Of Chlorpyrifos In Sequencing Batch Reactor At Different Hydraulic Retention Times

Saira Khalid, Imran Hashmi, Jong-In Han







12

Performance Evaluation of Phytoremediation Plant Installed at Nust

Maham Ayesha, Abeerha shahid, Owais mohidin and Imran Hashmi








13

Working Efficiency of Wastewater Treatment Facility in Hayatabad Industrial Estates, Peshawar, Pakistan

Saeed Rehman, Mohammad Nafees And Muhammad Adnan








14

Potential of Indirect Determination of Anions in Polluted Water Samples Using Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer

Asmaa Bibi, Fozia Batool, Abida Malik, Sobia Noureen, Tasleem Akhtar and Muhammad Mustaqeem








15

Studies on Peanut (Arachis Hypogeae) Husk for Removal of Bromophenol Blue from Aqueous Solution Employing UV/Visible Spectrophotometer

Taslim Akhtar, Fozia Batool, Shahid Iqbal and Ilyas Tariq








16

Use of Cotton Sticks Agri-Waste as Trickling Filter Biofilm Support Medium for Wastewater Treatment

Mian M. Ahson Aslam1, Zahid Mahmood-Khan, Imran Ali, Hafiz Umar Farid, Muhammad Arsalan, Maqbool Ahmad








17

Maize Cob Trickling Filter (Mctf) Watewater Treatment System Performance Variation-II

Muhammad Arsalan, Zahid Mahmood Khan, Imran Ali, Hafiz Umar Farid, Mian M. AhsonAslam, Maqbool Ahmad








18

Use of Agricultural Waste-Gardenia Jasminoides Leaves for Removing Textile Dye-Amaranth from water in Cost Effective Manner

Rabia Rehman and Farah Kanwal








19

Kinetic and Equilibrium Modeling for Biosorption of Lead (II) by Chemically Modified Cotton Leaves Biomass

Muhammad Riaz, Raziya Nadeem, Rabia Riaz, A. R.A. Alias, Mehar-Un-Nisa








20

Low-Cost Pre-Treatment of Pharmaceutical Wastewater

A. Abu-Safa, S. Abu-Salah, M. Mosa, and S. Gharaibeh





B

GREEN TECHNOLOGY AND ALTERNATE ENERGY







1

Assessment of Run-of-River Hydropower Potential of Kunhar River Using Geospatial Techniques

Majid Khan and Arjumand Z. Zaidi








2

Dynamic Wind Flow Modelling – A Step Towards Green Energy in Pakistan

Tanvir Ahmad, Nasir Ahmad and Yaseen Ahmad








3

Biogas: an energy options for 1000 acre agriculture farm

Muhammad Ghaffar Doggar and *Iftikhar A Raja







4

Synthesis of Surface Engineered Magnetic Nano-Particles and Its Application for Removal of Cu (II) from Aqueous Solution

Raziya Nadeem, Nabia Fatima, Saba Jamil, Hazafa Zafar, Madiha Rafiq and Tahira Iqbal








5

A Simple Design And Instlation Of Biogas Plant in Kpk Pakistan

Iftikhar A Raja and Shabir Wazir








6

Sustainable and Renewable Energy Applications for COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Islamabad Campus

Adnan Amin and Iftikhar A Raja








7

Study of Nano-Structured Hydrophobic Silica Membrane for Separation of H2/CO2 Mixture

Sajid H. Shah, Yoshimitsu Uemura, Suzana Yusup, Katsuki Kusakabe








8

Biogas Production: The Fundamental Processes,

Shabir Wazir and Iftikhar A Raja
















C

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING, MANAGEMENT AND POLICIES







1

Assessment of Academic Research Utilization for National Development in the Field of Environment

Jagul Huma Lashari, Arabella Bhutto, Roshan S. Shah Rashdi and Qazi M. Moinuddin Abro








2

Enforcement of Environmental Legislation: The Role of Environmental Tribunal in Punjab, Pakistan

Shazia Pervaiz, Tahira Aziz Mughal and Azhar Hameed








3

Histomorphic Foliar adatations of Grasses in Cholistan Desert-Punjab, Pakistan

Khawaja Asad Abbas, Khizar Hayat Bhatti, Sadaf Zahra and Amin Shah








4

Nano-Structured Hydrophobic Silica Membrane For Separation Of H2/Co2 Mixture,

Sajid H. Shah, Yoshimitsu Uemura, Suzana Yusup, Katsuki Kusakabe








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D

AGRICULTURE SYSTEM: FOOD SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENT







1

Plant Fungal Pathogens a Threat for Environment and Its Control Through Fungicides

Sundus Akhtar and Muhammad Jarrar Ahmed








2

Risk Assessment of Heavy Metal Pollution for Wheat Plant and Its Mitigation Through Bio-Control

Muhammad Jarrar Ahmed and Sundus Akhtar





3

Effect of Temperature during Grain Filling on Rumen Starch Degradation of Maize Kernels Differing in Amylose and Amylopectin Content at Two Maturity Stages

M. Ali, Hafiz Muhammad Rashad Javeed, J.W. Cone, W.H. Hendriks, P.C. Struik





4

Correlating Plants Importance Values with Its Use Value to Assess Sustainable Use of the Western Himalayas’ Vegetation; A Method Development

Shujaul M Khan, Habib Ahmad, Sue Page, Inayat Ur Rahman & Shamyla Nawazish, David Harper








5

Geospatial Analysis of Leaf Rust on Wheat Crop in Jhelum District

Maria Neelam, Shazia Iftikhar and Sheikh Saeed Ahmad





6

Assessment of Endosulfan Residues in Cotton Growing Area of Vehari, Pakistan


A. Ahmad, M. Shahid, H. Zaffar, T. Naqvi, A. Pervez, M. Bilal, M.S. Akhtar, S. Khalid, G. Abbas, W. Nasim








7

Spatial Estimation of Soil-Herbaceous Flora Relationship Along the Roadsides of Wahcantt Using Ordination Techniques


Hafsa Bashir, Summra Erum, Shiekh Saeed Ahmad and Asma Jabeen





8

Phytoxicity Evaluation of Atrazine to Host Crops Using the Morphological, Physiological and Biochemical Characteristics of Zea Mays as End Points

Shagufta BiBi, Azizullah Azizullah, Robeena Akhtar, Waheed Murad, Zia ur Rehman, and M.K Daud





9

Prevalence of Microorganisms in Raw Vegetables Irrigated with Wastewater

Reenum Anwar and Imran Hashmi





10

Simulating Cotton Performance for Phosphorus in Arid Vehari by Using Dssat Model


Asad Amin, Wajid Nasim, Muhammad Nadeem, Muhammad Mubeen1,

Liaqat Ali, Hafiz Mohkum Hammad





11

Metabolic Responses in Maize Seedlings Under Arsenic Stress

Samrana Zahir, Sidra Tahira, Azizullah Azizullah, Insaf Ullah Khan, Nazim Ali, Waheed Murad and M.K Daud





12

Extractability and Bioavailability of Mercury in Fresh and Composted Manures of Different Livestock

Aneesah Pervaiz, Faridullah, and Imran Ali Khan





13

Leachability of Lead in the Agriculture Field Soil Amended With Dam Sediments

Bushra Haroon , Faridullah and Hajira Haroon





14

Antagonistic Impact of High and Low EC and SAR on Leafy Crop Production

Haroon Ur Rasheed, Faridullah and Bilawal Rasheed





15

Effect of Organic Waste on the Availability and Plant Uptake of Calcium in Compost Amended Soils

Imran Ali Khan, Faridullah and Aneesah Pervaiz





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17

Effect of Traffic Pollution on the Anatomy and Biochemistry of Ziziphus Jujuba in District Karak, Pakistan

Muhammad Yaqub, Waheed Murad, Shafiq ur Rehman and Aziz ullah Aziz ullah





18

Biopesticidal Activities of Neem Seeds and Turmeric Rhizome Extracts Against Okra Pests

Uzair Muhammad, Tariq Nawaz Khattak, Zia Ur Rehman, Waheed Murad and Azizullah Azizullah





19

Ethnomedico Profile of Indigenous Flora of Tehsil Barnala District Bhimber Azad Jammu and Kashmir

Muhammad Ishtiaq, Mehwish Maqbool, Tanveer Hussain and Shehzad Azam





20

Effects of Air Pollution on Wood of Pinus Roxburghii (Pinaceae) in Muzaffarabad Azad Kashmir, Pakistan

Pazeer Iqbal, Muhammad Ishtiaq, Mehwish Maqbool, Tanveer Hussain and Shehzad Azam





21

Traditional Knowledge of Medicinal Flora in the Balakot Valley, KP, Pakistan

Muhammad Asif, Zafar Iqbal, Jan Alam, Shujaul M Khan, Farhana Ijaz and Inayat U Rahman





22

In Vitro Emryoid Development from Anthers of Different Maize Genotypes

Muhammad Zeshan, Zubair Ahma, Salma Perveen Saad and Imran Malik





23

Screening of Sorghum (Sorghum Bicolor L) Genotypes Under Various Levels of Drought Stress

Masood Qadir, Amir Bibi and Hafeez Ahmad Sadaqat





24

Growth and Metal Uptake Potential of Green Gram Influenced by Nickel Resistant Bacteria at Varying Nickel Stresses

Syeda S. Meryem, A. Yasmin




25

Dark Chocolate: A Food of Life?

Sami Ullah Khan, Abdul Qayyum, Salahudin, Izharullah, Mahmood Akhtar Kayani and Faraz Arshad Malik





26

Vegetables Forcing as Affected by Sudden Weather Changes: Current Scenario and Future Implications

Muhammad Fakhar-ud-Din Razi1, Osama Bin Abdul Hafeez, Nasir Nadeem, Ishtiaq Ahmad Rajwana and Iqrar A. Khan





27

Possibile Uses Of Allelopathy In Weed Control In Organic Farming In Turkey,
Ahmet Uludag1 İlhan Urmis2, Mine Rusen and Nihat Turssun

E

URBANIZATION AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT





1

Public Library: Architecture, Urban and Sustainable Development

Ahmad Riaz





2

Comparison of Normally Vibrated Concrete and Self Compacting Concrete in Structural Components of A Medium RI SE Building

Ammara Sarfraz and Mehreen Khalid





3

Effect of Addition of Organic Fibers (Plypropylene) on Mechanical Properties of Reactive Powder Concrete

Zia Ur Rahman, Amjad Naseer and Mohammad Adil

With drawn





4

Towards Sustainable Construction Through Minimising Embodied CO2 of Structural Concrete

Shahab Samad

With drawn





5

Ceramic Waste as Aggregates in Concrete for Sustainable Development

Humera Ahmed, Khuram Rashid and Waleed Shakeel





6

Radon Monitoring in the Built-Up Area Using Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors

S.U. Rahman, M. Rafique, F. Khan, Z. Wazir and Iftikhar A Raja





7

Utiliaztion of waste glass powder as a partial replacement of cement in concrete


Fasih Ahmed Khan, Muhammad Fahad and Khan Shahzada




8

Application of Green Roof as a Passive Design Measure to Reduce Energy Consumption in Buildings

Muhammad Asif and Abu Bakar Sadiq





9

Measurement of Soil Radioactivity Levels Using Hpge Detector and Its Radiological Implications

S. A. Mehdi, S. U. Rahman, K. Khan, A. Jabbar M. Rafique, F Khan and Iftikhar A Raja





10

Managing Urban Growth: Recommendations for the Case of City Lahore

Ahmad Riaz and Farhan Ali





11

Impact of Wish Wash Car Parking on the Raise of Noise Pollution

Samreen Naeem





12

Spatio-Temporal Pattern of Land Use Growth and Urban Expansion in a Small Town of District Bahawalpur; Pakistan

Sana Arshad, Adila Shafqat and Majid Malik





13

Co-Relational Study of Flora and Environmental Variables in Chinji National Park Chakwal

Iqra Afzal, Asma Jabeen and Sheikh Saeed Ahmad





14

Estimation of Land Surface Temperature Through Thermal Remote Sensing in Urban Heat Island of Multan City, Pakistan

Asma Shaheen, Afia Naveed, Muhammad Ateeq, Qurat-ul-Ain, Navid Ahmad and Khalid Mehmood





15

Changes in Natural Drainage Pattern of Karachi District-A Geospatial Analysis


Sumaira Zafar and Arjumand Z. Zaidi




16

Impacts of Urban Environmeental Pollution on Lahore Fort, Punjab Pakistan

Rizwana Anjum and Haider Ali





17

Microsimulation of Urban Traffic Flow- A Case Study of University Road Peshawar

Maryam Akbar, Rawid Khan and Syed Akhtar Ali Shah


F

MARINE ENVIRONMENT AND COASTAL MANAGEMENT





1

Status of Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia Mydas) Conservation in Pakistan

Hafsa Bashir, Amber Khan and Asma Jabeen





2

Chlorpyrifos Induced Behavioral and Immuno-Hematological Changes in Common Carp (Cyprinus Carpio)

Ayesha Munir and Imran Hashmi





3

Extraction of Seaweed Resources along Karachi coast using geospatial Techniques

Muhammad Danish Siddiqui, Arjumand Z. Zaidi, Muhammad Abdullah, Amjad Ali and Pirzada Jamal A. Siddiqui


G

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT





1

Community Involvement in Forest Resource Management of Pakistan-Review Paper

Hafsa Bashir*, Asma Jabeen1




2

Conservation Status Of Musk Deer (Moschuschrysogaster) In Pakistan

Sana Ghaffar1, Hafsa Bashir2, Asma Jabeen





3

Effect of Heavy Metals from Tannery Effluent on the Groundwater Using Multivariate Analysis in Peshawar, Pakistan

Ikhtiar Khan, Muhammad Ateeq, Rakhshan Khurshid and Asma Shaheen





4

Microbial Characterization of Drinking Water Biofilms Using Different Pipe Materials

Maryam Zafar and Imran Hashmi





5

Effect of Heavy Metals from Tannery Effluent on the Groundwater using Multivariate Analysis in Muridke, Pakistan

Muhammad Ateeq, Ikhtiar Khan, Rakhshan Khurshid and Asma Shaheen





6

Physico-Chemical Analysis of Therapeutic Springs Water of Haripur, KPK

Bibi Almas and Imtiaz Hussain Memon





7

Quantification of Cumulative Sediment Trapping by Mangla Dam in Jehlum River Basin

Abdullah Yasar, Amtul Bari Tabinda, Reenum Anwar, Maimoona Raza Aleena Tahir and Zawar Haider





8

Main Challenges Of Water Resource Management In Pakistan

Amir H Malik*, Toqeer Ahmed, Habiba Khalid


H

HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT





1

Health Hazards Radioactive Radon Gas in Drinking Water of Hazara – Pakistan

F.Khan, Z. Wazir, A. Khan, M. Ishaq, M. Fawad, S.U.Rehman and Iftikhar A.Raja





2

Radon in Drinking Water Sources from Chakwal Region

Z.Wazir, F. Khan, S.U. Rehman and Iftikhar A.Raja





3

Evaluation of Wastewater Suitability for Irrigation and Its Impact on Soil in Suburban Areas of Vehari-Pakistan

S. Khalid, M. Shahid, H.F.S.G. Bakhat, G. Abbas, H.M.R. Javeed and B. Murtaza





4

Socio-Cultural Acceptance and Gender Issues of Prevailing Sanitary Facilities in District Battagram, Pakistan

Abid Hussain, Aamir Sohail and Iftikhar A Raja





5

Study of Occupational Health and Safety in Rice Industry Vehari

Maryam Lateef and Syeda Amber Fatima





6

Assessment of Health Risk Associated with Exposure of Labors to High Concentration of PM10 in Construction Activities. A Case Study of District Swat [North of Pakistan]

Rowaidullah, Muhammad Nafees, Sifatullah, Bashir Ahmed and Asmat Ali





I

DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK








1

The Tsunami Disaster and Its Implications on Sri Lanka in the Context of Hambantota District

S.W. Amarasinghe and Riddley Jayasinghe







2

Balochistan Earthquake Of 2013 And Emergence Of A New Island In Arabian Sea


Javed Iqbal, Ishtiaq A K Jadoon and Iftikhar A Raja







3

Flood Modeling of Kunhar River Using Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling

Arjumand Z. Zaidi







4

How to transform pakistan into flood and drought proof country

A. H. Malik*, F. R. Amin, W. Niaz, N. Saqib





J

SPECIAL SYMPOSIA








1

Impact of Climatic Variability on Salt Production in Sambhar Lake, a Ramsar Wetland of Rajasthan, India

Aamir Bhat and K.C. Sharma








2

Financial Mechanism for Renewable Energy Technologies - Designing Climate Change Investment Bank for Pakistan

Seeme Mallick








3

Delineation Of Catastrophic Effects Of Climate Modifications In Pakistan Using Gis And Remote Sensing

Hafsa Bashir, Shiekh Saeed Ahmad*,







4

Alleviating The Threats Of Climate Change Over Hydrological Resources Of Asia-Review Paper

Sana Ghaffar, Hafsa Bashir, Shiekh Saeed Ahmad







5

Biochar Utilization As A Strategy For Sustainable Development And Climate Mitigation- A Review Paper

Habiba Khalid*, Amir H Malik















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