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Regional Training Workshop On Water Affairs BY Syed Pervaiz Hussain Assistant Meteorologist FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION 46-JAIL ROAD, LAHORE PAKISTAN WEB SITE http://www.pakmet.com.pk www.pakmet.com.pk INDUS RIVER BASIN PUNJAB TARBELA ATTOCK Indus MANGLA Jhelum MRL PONG JSR

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Regional Training Workshop On Water Affairs

BY

Syed Pervaiz Hussain

Assistant Meteorologist

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD, LAHORE

PAKISTAN

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WEB SITE

http://www.pakmet.com.pk

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TARBELA

ATTOCK

Indus

MANGLA

Jhelum

MRL

PONG

JSR

Chenab

Ravi

HRIK

RUPAR

Sutlej

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CLIMATE CHANGE

IN

PAKISTAN

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Water Related Problems in Pakistan

  • FLOODS
  • DAM MANAGEMENT
  • DROUGHT
  • WATER ROUTING
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Category-I Flood (3.5 LAC.)

Flood built up confirmation at EL 1202 feet

Balance inflow, outflow upto high flood limit 150,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1203 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 250,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1204 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 300,000 cfs

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Category-II Flood (5-7 LAC.)

Watch till elevation rises to 1202 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 350,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1203 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 375,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1204 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 425,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1205 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 450,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1206 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 500,000 cfs

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Category-III Flood (ABOVE 7 LAC.)

Watch till elevation rises to 1198 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 400,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1200 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 425,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1202 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 450,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1204 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 475,000 cfs

Watch till elevation rises to 1205 feet

If inflow still rising increase outflow to 500,000 cfs

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Islamabad: A Motocyclist rides on the dry and cracked surface of Rawal Lake on Monday. The lake is the main source of water supply to Rawalpindi. According to meteorologists, the country is facing a possible drought as there are no signs of any significant rains in the next couple of months, - Reuters

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Rainfall/runoff model for the catchment areas above the rim.

Stream flow routing model for the river basin, down steam, below the rim station.