The University of Southampton
Geography and EnvironmentPostgraduate study

Mr Saadullah Rahoojo 

Postgraduate Research Student

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Mr Saadullah Rahoojo is Postgraduate Research Student within Geography and Environment at the University of Southampton.

MSc (2003) Geography, University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Pakistan



Research interests

A changing climate and in particular rising global temperatures are the greatest environmental threats in modern times. Rising temperatures are affecting human settlements and economies and bringing significant changes in crop yields that are in turn affecting low-income rural populations that depend on traditional agriculture. The changing climate has seriously affected food production globally. Pakistan is prone to such changes and has been listed amongst those countries where climatic influences are inevitable. I am interested to focus on such relations in the Sindh province, which is the second largest political unit of Pakistan in terms of agricultural production. About 70% of natives in this province rely heavily on agriculture. Alteration in climate have caused generally negative trends in agricultural production and cropping patterns in Sindh. The Indus River which is the life line for agriculture shows variable flows in the recent past. The uncertain and irregular supply of irrigated water and prolonged drought has compelled farmers to shift to over cropping.

Research title

Impacts of a changing climate on food production in the Sindh province, Pakistan


Prof Pete Atkinson and Dr Jadu Dash

Research group

Global Environmental Change and Earth Observation

Mr Saadullah Rahoojo
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