Conclusion, Key Findings, and Suggestions

Part of the Advances in Asian Human-Environmental Research book series (AAHER)


Research is the means to problem solution. The research at hand investigated the interdependent aspects of the two-pronged agro–irrigation problem of the Pishin Valley as a representative sample part of the grand phenomenon taking place in the whole of Balochistan province, particularly its uplands. This chapter integrates the results of the research to a meaningful conclusion, which is to be pursued further in the course of time. It recapitulates on the key contextual aspects of the study, discusses the salient features of research methodology and the data used, articulates the key findings understood thereby and, where anthropogenic weaknesses and shortcomings are involved in the problem, suggests viable corrective measures accordingly.


Pishin valley Irrigated agriculture Conclusion Findings Suggestions 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of GeographyUniversity of BalochistanQuettaPakistan

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