Autumn is not autumn,instead it is Summeraph contest.jpg 31st Dec'17

Autumn is not autumn,instead it is Summeraph contest.jpg 31st  Dec'17

Autumn is not autumn,instead it is Summer"
!Climate Change at Oman

Ms.MAZOUN MUSALIM ZIDAN JABOOB: STUDENT - BACHELORS OPTOMETRY, COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF BURAIMI, OMAN
NATIONALITY: OMANI
DR JAYARAJINI SRINIVASAN: FACULTY- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR- OPTOMETRY, COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF BURAIMI, OMAN
NATIONALITY: INDIAN



In the summer, the rain falls in the city Salalah and the weather becomes mild and foggy, therefore green areas and vegetation increase. Salalah becomes a tourist destination and a regional destination in summer due to the south-western commercial wind blowing in southern Oman. "Salalah" in the summer from other cities it becomes autumn ! autumn in Salalah begins astronomically on 21/6 to 21/9 each year. But this beautiful weather has begun to change in recent times compared to the previous years due to climate changes and its effects, less rainfall and less green vegetation, and warmer levels.
Little by little this fall began turning into summer!

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