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Seite: 15, Zeilen: 3-28
Quelle: Wikipedia Punjab Pakistan 2009
Seite(n): 1 (Internetquelle), Zeilen: -
The name Punjab literally translates from the Persian words Panj meaning five and Ab meaning water. Thus Punjab can be translated as five waters - and hence the land of the five rivers, referring to the Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej (Pakistan Encyclopedia, 2009).

The province is mainly a fertile region along the river valleys, while sparse deserts can be found near the border with Balochistan province and India. The region contains the Thal and Cholistan deserts. The landscape is amongst the most heavily irrigated on earth and canals can be found throughout the province. Weather extremes are notable from the hot and barren South to the cool hills of the North. The foothills of the Himalayas are found in the extreme North as well.

Most areas in Punjab experience fairly cool winters, often accompanied by rain. By mid-February the temperature begins to rise; spring time weather continues until mid-April, when the summer heat sets in. The onset of the Southwest monsoon is anticipated to reach Punjab by June. Despite its dry climate, extensive irrigation makes it a rich agricultural region. Its canal-irrigation system (established by the British) is the largest in the world. Wheat is the main food crop, while cotton and rice are important cash crops that contribute substantially to the national exchequer. Other crops include sugarcane, millet, corn, oilseeds, pulses, fruits and vegetables. Livestock and poultry production also contribute substantially to Pakistan agriculture.

Punjab contributes about 68% to the annual food grain production in the country, about 51 million acres (210,000 km2) are cultivated and another 9.1 million acres (36,600 km2) are lying as cultivable waste in different parts of the province. Attaining self-sufficiency in agriculture has shifted the focus of the strategies towards small and medium farming, stress on rain fed areas, farm-to-market roads, electrification for tubewells and control of water logging and salinity.

The name Punjab literally translates from the Persian[2] words Pañj (پنج), meaning Five, and Āb (آب) meaning Water. Thus Punjab can be translated as (the) Five Waters - and hence the Land of the Five Rivers, referring to the Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej these five rivers are all the tributaries of the Indus River. [...]

Geography

[...]

The province is a mainly a fertile region along the river valleys, while sparse deserts can be found near the border with India and Balochistan. The region contains the Thar and Cholistan deserts. The Indus River and its many tributaries traverse the Punjab from north to south. The landscape is amongst the most heavily irrigated on earth and canals can be found throughout the province. Weather extremes are notable from the hot and barren south to the cool hills of the north. The foothills of the Himalayas are found in the extreme north as well.

Climate

Most areas in Punjab experience fairly cool winters, often accompanied by rain. By mid-February the temperature begins to rise; springtime weather continues until mid-April, when the summer heat sets in.

The onset of the southwest monsoon is anticipated to reach Punjab by May, but since the early 1970s the weather pattern has been irregular. [...]

[...]

Economy

[...]

Despite its dry climate, extensive irrigation makes it a rich agricultural region. Its canal-irrigation system established by the British is the largest in the world. Wheat and cotton are the largest crops. Other crops include rice, sugarcane, millet, corn, oilseeds, pulses, vegetables, and fruits such as kinoo. Livestock and poultry production are also important. [...]

Punjab contributes about 68% to annual food grain production in the country. 51 million acres (210,000 km2) is cultivated and another 9.05 million acres (36,600 km2) are lying as cultivable waste in different parts of the province.

Cotton and rice are important crops. They are the cash crops that contribute substantially to the national exchequer. Attaining self-sufficiency in agriculture has shifted the focus of the strategies towards small and medium farming, stress on barani areas, farms-to-market roads, electrification for tube-wells and control of water logging and salinity.

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Art und Umfang der Übernahme bleiben ungekennzeichnet.

Der Verweis auf das Lemma "Pakistan" der Wikipedia ist falsch, es handelt sich hier um das Lemma "Punjab, Pakistan". Folglich sind die angegebenen Information an der genannten Stelle nicht auffindbar, das Fragment somit als "Verschleierung" einzustufen.

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