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    ANNEX ­ 3

    RESOLUTIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS PERTAINING TO CAgM

    CAgM-I. 1953. Resolutions

    1. Proposed Merger of the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology and the Commission for Climatology.

    2 . Draft Provisional Technical Regulations .

    3. Investigation of the Lower Atmosphere.

    4. Artificial Influences of Precipitation.

    5. Bibliography on Agricultural Meteorology.

    6. Exchange of Information on Climatic Requirements of Plants and Animals.

    7. WG on Observational Requirements in Agriculture.

    8. WG Effects of Weather on Domestic Animals.

    9. WG on Weather and Plant Pathology Problems.

    10. WG on Meteorological Assistance in Locust Control.

    11. WG on Instruction in Agricultural Meteorology.

    CAgM-I. Recommendations

    1. Proposed Revised Terms of Reference for the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology.

    2 . Resolutions of the International Meteorological Organization Applying to Agricultural Meteorology Still in Force .

    3. Collaboration with Agricultural Interest s.

    4. Collaboration Between the Food and Agriculture Organizat ion of the United Nations and the World Meteorological Organization.

    5. Observations for Agricultural Meteorology .

    6. Development of Instruments for Agricultural Meteorology.

    7. Evaluation of Potential Evapotranspiration.

    8. Studies of Wa t e r Vapour Diffusion.

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    9. Climatological Information for Agriculture.

    10. Agroclimatic Classifications and Representations.

    11. Field Surveys of Crops.

    12. Causes of Major Crop Failures.

    13. Meteorological Aspects of Locust control.

    14. Protection Against Frost Damages.

    15 . Shelter-belts and Wind Breaks.

    16. Storage Conditions and Animal Shelter.

    17. Weather Forecasts for Agriculture.

    18. Extended Range and Seasonal Forecasts for Agriculture.

    19. Preparation of a Text Book on Agricultural Meteorology.

    CAgM-II. 1958. Resolutions

    1. WG on Weather and Plant Pathology Problems.

    2. WG on Protection Against Frost Damage.

    3. WG on Wind Breaks and Shelter Belts.

    4. WG on the Guide to Agricultural Meteorological Practices.

    5. WG on Biological Observations.

    6. WG on Climatological Information for Agriculture.

    7. WG on Weather Forecasts for Agriculture.

    8. WG on Forecasts for Forest Fire Services.

    9. WG on Agroclimatic Classifications and Representations.

    10. WG on Storage of Fruit.

    11. WG on Meteorological Services for Aircraft Employed in Agriculture and Forestry.

    12. Revision of Resolutions and Recommendations Adopted by the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology Prior to its Second Session.

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    CAgM-II. Recommendations

    1. Meteorological Assistance in Locust Control.

    2. Syllabus for Instruction in Agricultural Meteorology at the University Level.

    3. Information Required with Published Soil Temperature and Soil Moisture Data.

    4. Protection Against Frost.

    5. Proposed Amendments to the Technical Regulations Relating toAgricultural Meteorology.

    6. Bioclimatology and Biometeorology of Man.

    7. Organization of Agricultural Meteorological Services.

    8. Weather and Diseases of Livestock.

    CAgM-III. 1962. Resolutions

    1. WG on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Epidemiology of Wheat Rusts.

    2. WG on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Oriental Fruit Moth and the Codl ing Moth.

    3. WG on Plant Injury and Reduction of Yield by Non-Radioactive Air Pollutants.

    4. WG on the Guide and Technical Regulations.

    5. WG on Agrometeorological Topoclimatology.

    6. WG on the Meteorological Aspects of the Storage of Cereals and other Small Seed Crops.

    7. WG on Practical Soil Moisture Problems ln Agriculture.

    8. WG on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Adaptation and Production of Lucerne.

    9. WG on Meteorological Observations in Animal Experiments.

    10. WG on Syllabi for Instruction in Agricultural Meteorology.

    11. Revision of the Resolutions and Recommendations of the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology.

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    CAgM-III. Recommendations

    1. Weather Influences on Diseases of Livestock.

    2. Research in Connection with the Meteorological Aspects of Wind -breaks and Shelter Belts.

    3. Guide to Agricultural Meteorological Practices.

    4. Long-range Forecasting.

    5. Amendments to the Technical Regulations.

    6. Comparison of Instruments and Methods for Computing Evaporation and Evapotranspiration.

    7. Routine Agrometeorological Observations in Forest Areas.

    8. Collaboration between Meteorology and Agricultural Sciences.

    9. Meteorological Observations at Agricultural Stations.

    10. Agroclimatology of Arid and Semi-arid Areas.

    11. Information Regarding Progress in Agricultural Meteorology.

    12. Revision of Resolutions of the Executive Committee Based on Previous Recommendations of the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology .

    13. Terms of Reference of the Commission.

    CAgM-IV. 1967. Resolutions

    1. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Oriental Fruit Fly and the Codling Moth.

    2. Rapporteur on Plant Injury and Reduction in Yield by Non-Radioactive Air Pollutants.

    3. Advisory WG of the CAgM.

    4. Rapporteur on Agrotopoclimatology.

    5. WG on Meteorological Factors Affecting the World-Wide Adaptation and Production of Lucerne.

    6. WG on Locust Meteorology .

    7. WG on the Agrometeorological Aspects of Micrometeorology.

    8. Rapporteur on Diffusion Processe s in the Biosphere .

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    9. Rapporteur on Minimum Temperature at the Surface.

    10. WG on the Effect of Meteorological Factors on the Quantity and Quality of Crop Yields and on the Methods of Forecasting Yield.

    11. WG on Meteorological Factors Affecting Rice Blast.

    12. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Epidemiology of the Colorado Potato Beetle.

    13. Rapporteur on the Meteorological Factors Affecting the Epidemiology of the Cotton Leaf Worm and the Pink Boll Worm.

    14. Rapporteur on Indoor Climates for Housed Animals.

    15. Rapporteur on Climate under Glass.

    16 . WG on Methods In Agroclimatology.

    17. WG on Assessment of Drought.

    18. Revision of the Resolutions and Recommendations of the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology.

    19. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Favouring and Limiting the Economical Production of Rice (1969).

    20. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Favouring and Limiting the Economical Production of Wheat (1969).

    21. Rapporteur on Weather and Animal Diseases (1969).

    22. Rapporteur on Protection of Plants Against Adverse Weather (1969).

    CAgM-IV. Recommendations

    1 . Plant Injury and Reduction of Yield by Non-radioactive Air Pollutants.

    2. Technical Regulations.

    3. National Progress Reports and Bibliographies on Agricultural Meteorology.

    4. Training in Agricultural Meteorology.

    5. International Biological Programme.

    6. Agrometeorological Programme in Aid of World food Production.

    7. Revision of Resolutions of the Executive Committee Based on Previous Recommendations of the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology.

    8 . World Weather Watch and Meteorological Services to Agriculture .

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    CAgM-V. 1971. Resolutions

    1. Advisory WG of the CAgM.

    2. WG on the Meteorological Factors Concerning Certain Aspects of Soil Deterioration and Erosion.

    3. Rapporteur on the Use of Shade In Agriculture.

    4. Rapporteur on Agroclimatic Maps.

    5. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Commercial Production of Soya Bean.

    6. Rapporteur on Livestock Meteorology.

    7. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Commercial Production of Cotton.

    B. WG on Agrometeorological Factors Affecting the World-Wide Adaptation and Production of Cocksfoot and Red Clover.

    9. Rapporteur on Meteorological Effects of Soil Cover.

    10. WG on International Experiments for the Acquisition of Crop-Weather Data.

    11. Rapporteur on the Collection and Analysis of Crop and Weather Data Concerning the Production of Lucerne.

    12. WG on the Effect of Agrometeorological Factors on Crop Yields and Methods of Forecasting Yields.

    13. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Affecting the Oriental Fruit Moth and the Codling Moth.

    14. Rapporteur on Meteorological Factors Affecting Rice Blast.

    15. WG on Meteorological Factors Concerning Coffee Leaf-Rust Disease.

    16. WG on the Meteorological Aspects of Aerobiology.

    17. Rapporteur on Non-radioactive Pollutants of the Biosphere and Their Injurious Effects on Plants, Animals and Yields.

    18. WG on Methods in Agroclimatology.

    19. Rapporteur on Measurements of Minimum Temperature near the Surface.

    20. Rapporteur on Techniques for Frost Prediction.

    21. Rapporteur on Frost Protection Methods.

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    22. Rapporteur on Controlled Climates.