National Progress Reports in Agrometeorology

The WMO Secretariat prepared and circulated a detailed questionnaire for the preparation of National Reports on Progress Made in Agricultural Meteorology by Members per Recommendation 1 of CAgM-XIV. In accordance with this recommendation, the WMO Secretariat will continue to compile the information in a comprehensive database to make it available to members.




  1. Part 1 - Organization
    1. 1.1. Number of institutions engaged in Agrometeorology-related work in your country .....N/A
    2. 1.2. Resources and Facilities (please give number)
      1. 1.2a. Approximate no. of persons in Agricultural Meteorology
        1. NMHS
          1. - Total Number .....196
          2. - Class I-II .....111
          3. - Class III-IV .....78
          4. - Others .....N/A
          5. - PhD .....7
      2. 1.2b. Facilities available to Agricultural Meteorology Division
        1. NMHS
          1. - Mainframe computers .....N/A
          2. - Personal computers .....35
          3. - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) .....1
          4. - Remote Sensing and Image Analysis .....1
    3. 1.3. Training and Education (Training and Education of Agricultural Meteorology personnel since 1999)
      1. NMHS
        1. - No of persons who received advanced degrees (M.Sc, Ph.D) .....3
        2. - No of persons who attended long term training courses .....3
        3. - No of persons who attended short term seminars, workshops (1-2 weeks) .....66
  2. Part 2 - Agrometeorological Observations
    1. NMHS
      1. Prior to 2006 (num)
        1. - Number of stations in the network of agrometeorological observations .....98
        2. - New instruments added .....N/A
        3. - Automatic weather stations in use .....6
      2. Current (2009) (num)
        1. - Number of stations in the network of agrometeorological observations .....98
        2. - New instruments added .....N/A
        3. - Automatic weather stations in use .....6
  3. Part 3 - Agrometeorological Services for Agriculture
    1. 3.1. Service structure (Indicate where agrometeorological services are located in your country)
      1. - Is the agrometeorological service constituted as a separate unit? .....Yes
      2. - Is the agrometeorological service at headquarters only? .....Yes
      3. - Are there agrometeorological services in different regions? .....Yes
    2. 3.2. Please list the agrometeorological products and other services for agriculture products provided by your service
      ten-day agrometeorological bulletin

      seasonal agrometeorological reviews

      special account of the conditions of crops

      recommendations on the timing of agricultural work

      projections of crop yield

      evaluation of forages in the desert pastures

      phenological forecasts

      evaluation of expected agrometeorological conditions
    3. 3.3. Types and forms of service provided by the agrometeorology unit
      1. - Bulletins .....Yes
      2. - Brochures .....Yes
      3. - Radio and TV .....Yes
      4. - Press releases .....Yes
      5. - Workshops and seminars .....Yes
      6. - Interactions with farmers and/or farmer groups .....Yes
    4. 3.4. Agrometeorological Information on the Internet
      1. - Does your service have an Internet web page?
      2. - Specify the agrometeorological products posted on your website
        A set of sums of effective temperatures

        Soil condition (the depth of freezing, snow depth)

        Meteorological parameters
    5. 3.5. Collaboration with other organizations (including important achievements)
      1. 3.5a. Please list the names of the governmental ministries/institutions that your service collaborated with during 2002-2005
        authorities of agrarian sector of the republic

        Ministry of Agriculture and Water resources

        Ministry of Economy

        The Ministry of Emergency Situations

        Research Institute
      2. 3.5b. Please list the names of the non-governmental organization (NGOs) that your service collaborated with during 2002-2005
        Ecosan Fund

        ICARDA, UNDP
    6. 3.6. Media interaction: routinely/in person
      1. - Television .....Yes
      2. - Radio .....Yes
      3. - Electronic .....Yes
      4. - Newspaper/magazine .....Yes
    7. 3.7. Awareness and training events conducted with
      1. - Cooperatively with other Ministry or Sector .....Yes
      2. - Cooperatively with other University .....Yes
      3. - Cooperatively with NGO .....Yes
      4. - At regular intervals? .....Yes
      5. - Do meteorologists/climatologists attend with sector reps.? .....Yes
  4. Part 4 - Agrometeorological Research
    1. Please indicate the agrometeorological research conducted in your service
      1. 4.1. Influence of meteorological factors on the growth, development, yield and quality of agricultural crops .....Yes
      2. 4.2. Development of methods for agrometeorological forecasting and assessment of present condition .....Yes
      3. 4.3. Linkage between agrometeorological models and atmospheric forecast and general circulation models .....Yes
      4. 4.4. Development of applications using seasonal to interannual predictions in agriculture .....Yes
      5. 4.5. Macroclimatic, mesoclimatic and microclimatic research .....Yes
      6. 4.6. Influence of meteorological factors on livestock husbandry .....Yes
      7. 4.7. Influence of meteorological and climatological factors on inland coastal and marine fisheries .....No
      8. 4.8. Protection of plants and livestock against adverse weather .....Yes
      9. 4.9. Agrometeorological conditions for the development of crop and livestock pests and diseases .....Yes
      10. 4.10. Research on the impact of agricultural activities that possibly influence weather and climate at local, national, and global levels .....Yes
      11. 4.11. Research on remote-sensing application in agrometeorology .....No
      12. 4.12. Research into agrometeorological aspects of drought and desertification .....Yes
      13. 4.13. Research on potential impacts of climate change/variability on national agriculture, rangelands, forestry, and fisheries .....Yes
      14. 4.14. Research on mitigation and adaptation strategies due to impacts of climate change/variability and natural disasters in agriculture .....Yes
      15. 4.15. Research on the impact of natural disasters on agriculture, rangelands, forestry, and fisheries .....Yes
      16. 4.16. Research on fire weather agrometeorology .....No
  5. Part 5 - Socio-Economic Benefits
    1. - Please list any case studies demonstrating the socio-economic benefits of your agrometeorological service.
      Evaluation of the economic efficiency provided by the agrometeorological information
  6. Part 6 - Models
    1. - Information on practical crop-yield models, irrigation, disease/pest model, etc. (even if they are in the initial stages of development). Please list the ten most-used models in your service.
      Model of the production process of cotton application of mathematical statistics in solving problems of agrometeorological issues
  7. Part 7 - Drought Indicies
    1. - Please list the five most-used drought indices in your service.
      Hydrometeorological factor of evaluation of impact of moisture content on the productivity of cotton
  8. Part 8 - Societies
    1. - Please list any agricultural meteorology societies active in your country.
      Uzhydromet with its applications and departments
  9. Part 9 - Bibliography
    1. - Please provide a short bibliography of relevant papers/reports published by your service.
      «Climate change and its impacts on meteorological processes, climate and water resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan» / Chub VE - Tashkent: Uzhydromet 2007

      «Production of cotton in various countries» AK Abdullaev, RS Nazarov, GH Holban, H.R. Kutlimuratov. - Tashkent: Uzhydromet, 2006., p 270.

      RH 68.02.33:2006. Guidance. «The method of evaluation, the rate of development and formation of productivity of different varieties of cotton, agro-climatic resources based on technologies of plant cultivation. - Tashkent, 2006, 23,.

      Abdullaev, AK, Arginbov H.А., Abdullaev H.У. Agrometeorology / / Talabalar uchun darslik. Toshkent, 2006. - 440 b.

      Chullanish muammosi hakida/Abdullaev, AK, Holban GH, Sultanov SM, Kutlimuratov H.R., Pulatov U.SH., Sultoshova OG, Ruziyev MB / / Ekologiya habarnomasi. -2006. - № 6. - B. 14-16.

      «The long-term value of meteorological elements on the countries of the world / AK Abdullaev, GH Holban, U.SH. Pulatov, H.R. Kutlimuratov, DI Abdumazhitov, OG Sultashova. NIGMI. Tashkent. 2007. - p150.

      Abdullaev A. «Active use of agrometeorological research products by the end-users for sustainable agriculture in the region». The Meeting of the RA-II Working group on Agricultural Meteorology 17-19 December 2007. Vietnam. Hanoi. 2007.

      Abdullaev, AK, Holban GH, Sultanov SM, Kutlimuratov H.R., Pulatov U.SH., Sultashova OG Agro-meteorological research in Central Asia / / Meteorology and Hydrology in Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek, 2008. p. 111-125.

      Abdullaev А.K., Holban GH Sultashova OG «Methods of agrometeorological yield forecasts of cotton in the Republic of Karakalpakstan and Khorezm region. Ўзбекистон geography zhamiyati.» 31zhild, 2008. -B. 52-56.

      Abdullaev, AK, Sultashova OG, Kutlimuratov H.R. Agro-Hydrology zoning / Bulletin of the State Committee for Land Resources, Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre. № 2-3. 2009. Tashkent. р. 39-42.

      RH 68.02.00:2009. Guidance. Interim guidelines "Making agrometeorological forecasting yield and gross yield of cotton in the Republic of Karakalpakstan and the regions of the Republic of Uzbekistan". Tashkent, 2009. p-35.

      Abdullaev, AK, Kutlimuratov H.R. The method of forecasting volatility in conditions of irrigated lands of Uzbekistan / Бердақ nomidagi Қорақалпоқ Davlat University. "Geography Society geoecology fanining минтақавий muammolari" conference va Geography zhamiyatining navbatdagi VIII Congress. Nukus. 2009 Yeal 27-28 November.

      Sultashova O., Abdullaev A. The relationship between the characteristics of diurnal variations of soil temperature in Uzbekistan, Fergana.-2010

      A.K. Abdullaev, E. Yu Safarov, MB Ruziev. On Mathematics and cartographic modeling in the task of agroclimatology and Agroecology. Namangan, 2010.

      Abdullaev JM, Kratenko AY Assessment of radiation treatment of different underlying surface Uzbekistan / / Atmospheric Radiation MSAR-06 - Russia, P-Paragraph b. 2006. , P.50-52.

      Abdullaev JM, Kratenko AY, A method of estimating the harvest of rice irrigation Proc NIGMI, 2006, Vyp7 (252). , P.41-46.

      Abdullaev JM, The method of assessing the impact of moisture on the rate of development and productivity of rice / Tr.NIGMI, 2006,-Vyp.7 (252). -p 67-76.

      Nurzhonov S., Abdullaev JM, Kratenko AY, Assessing the impact of photosynthetic active radiation at the rate of development and productivity of rice. -Agriculture, 2007. № 3. -p.21-22.

      Abdullaev, JM, Kratenko AY, Radiation regime and the potential productivity of rice. -Agriculture, 2007. № 3. -p.18-19.

      Abdullaev JM, Kratenko AY, Radiation modes of paddy fields in various parts of the spectrum / / Atmospheric Radiation MSAR-06 - Russia, C-Paragraph b. 2006. -P 54-56.

      Abdullaev JM, Kratenko AY, Radiation and energy resources and productivity of rice in Uzbekistan. , Tashkent, -2008., p-121.

      Abdullaev JM, Kratenko AY, Cultivars and water consumption of rice. -Agriculture. № 3. -p.21.
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