Surender Singh

Surender Singh
CCS Haryana Agricultural University | CCS · Dept of Agril Meteorology

MSc, PhD, PDFs -Ag Meteorology

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Introduction
The main emphasis of research is crop weather interactions, regional monsoon dynamics, winter fog and associated meteorological analysis, extreme weather events and impact assessment in agriculture, weather based farm advisories for climate resilient farming
Additional affiliations
March 1990 - present
CCS Haryana Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor (Full) / Principal Scientist
March 1990 - present
CCS Haryana Agricultural University
Position
  • Principal Investigator
March 1990 - October 2025
CCS Haryana Agricultural University
Position
  • Principal Investigator
Education
July 1982 - December 1989
CCS Haryana Agril niversity
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Publications (335)
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Observations on fog events recorded at Agrometeorological Observatory at Hisar, India (Lat: 29010’N, Long: 75046’E and Alt: 215.2 m amsl) representing North-west plains in India during winter season (November to February) for the recent period 1993 to 2008 have been analyzed. The study period was so chosen because of significant climatic aberration...
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The observations on dew and fog events recorded at Agrometeorological Observatory at Hisar, India (Latitude 29010'N, Longitude 75046'E and Altitude 215.2 meters) representing semi-arid region of India during winter season (October to March) for the period 1980 to 2003 have been analyzed. The dew observations at 50 cm height were considered as more...
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An attempt has been made here to investigate the local/regional monsoon rainfall behaviour in the meteorological sub-division # 13 comprising the areas of Haryana, Delhi and Chandigarh in India. The monthly monsoon rainfall data of 30 years (1970-99) of different locations in the region were used for the investigation. All locations except Delhi re...
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Large scale atmospheric circulation's and climatic anomalies have been shown to have a significant impact on seasonal weather over many parts of the world. In the present paper an attempt has been made to examine regional monsoon dynamics in relation with El Niño and La Niña episodes. The investigation was carried out for the meteorological sub-div...
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Hisar during the winter season of subsequence year on rabi crop, several significant impact to permoting the fungal diseases if prolong days of foggy weather also minimized the dispersion rate of beneficial insect over the crop and there idea time of pollination by beneficial insect will also change, Insecticide and liquid fertilizer over the crop...
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In recent times our planet earth has been subjected to a constant increase in air temperature. As our climate continues to heat up and the impacts of that warming grow more frequent and severe, farmers and farm communities around the world will be increasingly challenged.In the long list of potential problems from global warming, the risks to world...
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Journal of Agrometeorology, quarterly published by Association of Agrometeorology
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Journal of Agrometeorology, a quarterly periodical published by the Association of Agrometeorologists-India https://journal.agrimetassociation.org/index.php/jam/issue/view/61
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Our study has investigated the impact of El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) on spatio-temporal dynamics of Indian summer monsoon rainfall (ISMR) as well as vegetation for a period of 1980 to 2019 at regional scale in Haryana, India. The gridded rainfall datasets of India Meteorological Department (IMD) were examined on monthly and seasonal scale u...
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Our study has investigated spatio-temporal distribution of rainfall and rain day trends during different seasons for all districts of Haryana, India. Gridded rainfall dataset of 120 years (1901 to 2020) from India Meteorological Department (IMD) was analysed using mean rainfall, rainfall deviation, seasonal rainfall ratio (SRR), coefficient of vari...
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The Journal of Agrometeorology (JAM) with ISSN 0972-1665 (print) and 2583-2980 (online), is a quarterly publication of Association of Agrometeorologists, Anand, Gujarat, India.
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The Journal of Agrometeorology (JAM) with ISSN 0972-1665 (Print) and 2583-2980 (Online), is a quarterly publication of Association of Agrometeorologists, Anand, Gujarat, India, appearing in March, June, September and December. The journal publishes original articles, full length papers, short communications in addition to invited papers in English...
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As we know, climate change and climate variability significantly influence the most important component of global hydrological cycle, i.e., rainfall. The study pertaining to change in the spatio-temporal patterns of rainfall dynamics is crucial to take appropriate actions for managing the water resources at regional level and to prepare for extreme...
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In this study, we investigated the spatio-temporal distribution and performance of seasonal precipitation in all districts of Haryana, India. We analysed the gridded precipitation dataset of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) for a period of 120 years (1901–2020) using different statistical methods. We found that Haryana received a mean prec...
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The Journal of Agrometeorology - JAM (ISSN 0972-1665) , is a quarterly publication of Association of Agrometeorologists, Anand, Gujarat, India, appearing in March, June, September, and December. From its beginning in 1999 till 2016, it was a half-yearly publication appearing in June and December. The journal publishes original articles, full-length...
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The Journal of Agrometeorology (ISSN 0972-1665) , is a quarterly publication of Association of Agrometeorologists, Anand, Gujarat, India, appearing in March, June, September and December. Since its beginning in 1999 till 2016, it was a half yearly publication appearing in June and December. The journal publishes original articles, full length paper...
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Global population is projected to reach 9 billion by 2050 and the number of young people (aged 15 to 24) is also expected to increase to 1.3 billion, accounting for almost 14 percent of the projected global population. Most born in the developing countries of Africa and Asia, where more than half the population still live in rural areas. Over the p...
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Dense fog events and their micrometeorological characteristics and structural evolution at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), New Delhi, during the Winter Fog Experiment (WiFEX) are illustrated in this study. Four dense fog events that occurred in January 2016 for which visibility dropped below 200 m have been selected. Depending on the vi...
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The Journal of Agrometeorology (ISSN 0972-1665) , is a quarterly publication of Association of Agrometeorologists, Anand, Gujarat, India, appearing in March, June, September and December. Since its beginning in 1999 till 2016, it was a half yearly publication appearing in June and December. The journal publishes original articles, full length paper...
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Journal of Agrometeorology, a quarterly journal appearing in March, June, September and December published by “Association of Agrometeorologists” Anand, includes the articles relevant to the discipline contributed by the members of the Association and invited articles of eminent researchers in the field.
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The Indian rain fed Agriculture is mostly dependent on onset of southwest monsoon and its behaviour across the country from June to September during the first crop season (Kharif). The monsoon sets on 1st June across the Kerala Coast and covers the whole country by 15th July (Western Rajasthan). The monsoon directory since last 151 (1870-2020)...
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The Journal of Agrometeorology (ISSN 0972-1665) , is a quarterly publication of Association of Agrometeorologists, India, appearing in March, June, September and December. The journal publishes original articles, full length papers, short communications, and review articles in addition to invited papers in English only. The research contributions a...
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Journal of Agrometeorlogy, Volume 23, Number 2, June 2021
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Journal of Agrometeorology is a quarterly publication of Association of Agrometeorologists-India appearing in March, June, September and December. The journal seeks manuscripts on all aspects of weather, climate and climate change related to agriculture and allied fields. The journal publishes original articles, full length papers and short communi...
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The management of weather and climate risks in agriculture has become an important issue due to climate change. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has highlighted multiple climate risks for agriculture and food security as well as the potential of improved weather and climate early warning systems to assist farmers. Wise use of we...
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The occurrence of thick fog for longer duration in the northern regions of India disturbs the aviation, road transportation and other day to day activities. To understand the turbulence properties during fog period, we measured the atmospheric turbulent parameters along with carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmospheric boundary layer using eddy...
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Delhi is one of the most polluted cities worldwide and a comprehensive understanding and deeper insight into the air pollution and its sources is of high importance. We report 5 months of highly time-resolved measurements of non-refractory PM2.5 and black carbon (BC). Additionally, source apportionment based on positive matrix factorization (PMF) o...
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Long-term meteorological data of 30 year period (1985-2014) for five locations viz. Ambala, Bawal, Hisar, Karnal and Sirsa, in both the Agro-climatic Zones viz. Eastern and Western Zone (Planning Commission, 1989) in Haryana state were analyzed. Calculations were performed using the Excel template MAKESENS (Mann-Kendall test for trend and Sen's slo...
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Changes in global climate are expected to affect the hydrological cycle, altering surface-water levels and groundwater recharge to aquifers with various other associated impacts on the natural ecosystems including groundwater quality. Climate change likely to affect rainfall patterns, consequently managing water quality very difficult with much unc...
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The occurrence of thick fog for longer duration in the northern regions of India disturbs the aviation, road transportation and other day to day activities. To understand the turbulence properties during fog period, we measured the atmospheric turbulent parameters along with carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmospheric boundary layer using eddy...
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The occurrence of thick fog for longer duration in the northern regions of India disturbs the aviation, road transportation and other day to day activities. To understand the turbulence properties during fog period, we measured the atmospheric turbulent parameters along with carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmospheric boundary layer using eddy...
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A field experiment was conducted on sandy loam soil of Research Farm, Department of Agronomy, Chaudhary Charan Singh, Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar during rabi 2014-15. The experiment comprised of two seed rates (87.5 and 100 kg/ha) and three spacing (18, 20 and 22 cm) in main plots and four nitrogen levels (60, 75, 90 and 105 kg N/ha) in...
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An analytical method for the determination of chlorantraniliprole residue in brinjal, capsicum, chilli, cucumber, tomato and soil samples using GC-MS/MS was developed and validated to fulfil the requirements of the SANTE/11813/2017 to support compliance with ISO/IEC 17025. The objective of the validation was to evaluate all required parameters, suc...
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जलवायु परिवर्तन आज दुनिया की प्रमुख पर्यावरणीय चुनौतियों में से एक है अवं भारत भी इन समस्याओं का सामना कर रहा है। जलवायु परिवर्तन कृषि, जल संसाधन, वन और जैव विविधता, स्वास्थ्य, तटीय प्रबंधन और तापमान में वृद्धि पर कई प्रतिकूल प्रभावों से जुड़ा है। कृषि उत्पादकता में गिरावट भारतीय जलवायु परिवर्तन का एक मुख्य प्रभाव है। अधिकांश जनसंख्या कृषि पर प्रत्...
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वर्तमान में, एशिया के सबसे बड़े जैव ईंधन उत्पादक देश इंडोनेशिया, मलेशिया, फिलीपींस, थाईलैंड, चीन जनवादी गणराज्य और भारत हैं। दूसरे शब्दों में, दक्षिणपूर्व एशियाई देशों के साथ दो आर्थिक दिग्गजों, यानी जैव ईंधन उद्योग में भारत और चीन एकमात्र प्रतिभागी हैं। जबकि, जबकि, दक्षिणपूर्व एशियाई देश मुख्य रूप से निर्यात पर ध्यान केंद्रित करते हैं, जबकि भारत औ...
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Anthracnose caused by (Penz and Sacc) is one of the most destructive diseases causing losses in pre and post-harvest conditions in mangoes worldwide. Among the animate threats, is one of the common pathogen of mango occurring in severe form and causes damage to both the foliage and fruits resulting in qualitative and quantitative losses. studies re...
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The efforts was made to study the comparison of baseline (1970-1990) and projected period (A1b 2030; A1b 2080; A2 2080) for Indian mustard productivity of cv. RH 30, Laxmi and RH 0749 during rabi season under Hisar conditions. Projected climate change scenario A1b 2030; the Tmax, Tmin, rainfall and CO2 concentration i.e. 2.2ºC (6.8%), 3.2ºC (19.8%)...
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ABSTRACT An experiment was conducted with the objective to quantify the weather impact on different phenophases of Kinnow mandarin in semi-arid irrigated ecosystem of western Haryana (2011-14). The different phenophases were identified and analysed with weather variables to find the quantitative impact on flowering and fruit growth stages till the...
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Recruitment of Senior Reserach Fellow in AICRP on Agrometeorology at CCS HAU Hisar
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The field experiments were conducted in two consecutive rabi seasons during 2012-13 and 2013-14. To study the influence of prevalent weather and planting dates on three mustard cultivars at the research farm of the Dept of Agril. Meteorology, CCS HAU, Hisar, India. The results showed that among all cultivars, RH 0749 (V3) performed best (32.2 q/ha...
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A study was conducted to evaluate climatic records of two locations in western parts of Haryana state representing western Agroclimatic zone of state. Analysis of long term data (≥30 years) on main weather variables was carried out to evaluate the variability/changes therein along with frequency of extreme events (Heat and Cold waves). Maximum temp...
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Long-term meteorological data of 30 years (1985-2014) for five locations (Ambala, Bawal, Hisar, Karnal and Sirsa) in Haryana, India were analyzed to use software RClimDex v1.0 to evaluate eleven climate change extreme indices related to temperature and rainfall recommended by Expert Team for Climate Change Detection Monitoring and Indices (ETCCDMI)...
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A field experiment was conducted at Research Farm of the Department of Agricultural Meteorology, CCS HAU, Hisar (Lat. 29o10’ N; Log.75o46’ E & 215.2 m amsl) during Rabi 2016-17, to compute different agrometeorological indices i.e. GDD, HTU, PTU, TUE and RUE in Barley cultivars under four growing environments. The main plot treatments consisted of f...
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Field experiments were conducted during kharif seasons of 2006 to 2014 at CCS HAU Research Farm, Hisar to evaluate the role of weather parameters in development of cotton leaf curl virus disease (CLCuD). The observations on CLCuD were computed by using standard PDI disease grade scale, the results indicated a negative correlation between disease in...
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Crop simulation model has been used to determine potential yield in a given environment. InfoCrop model was validated with the data sets generated respectively during 2013-14 & 2014-15, through the field experiment conducted with split plot design along with three sowing dates. An InfoCrop model was validated with data sets generated on three growi...
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With the aim of understanding the fog chemistry in the upwind direction from megacity "Delhi", thirty-one fog water samples were collected in a semi-urban site ‘Hisar’ from December 2016 to February 2017 in the premises of CCS Haryana Agricultural University. The major inorganic major constituents (F−, Cl−, NO22−, NO3−, SO42−, Na+, K+, Ca2+, Mg2+,...
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An experiment was conducted with the objective to quantify the weather impact on different phenophases of Kinnow mandarin in semi-arid irrigated ecosystem of western Haryana (2011-14). The different phenophases were identified and analysed with weather variables to find the quantitative impact on flowering and fruit growth stages till harvesting. F...
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The field experiment conducted at Research Farm, Dept of Agril Meteorology, CCS HAU, Hisar (Lat.: 290 10’ N, Log.: 75036’ E & 215.2 m amsl), Haryana, India during the rabi season in the 2014-15 and 2015-16. Experimental designed laid out with strip plot, as main plot treatment: four growing environment i.e. D1-last week of Oct., D2-second week of N...
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A field experiment was conducted at the research farm of Dept of Agril Meteorology, CCS HAU Hisar in rabi season of 2013-14 and 2014-15. Heat unit, radiation use efficiency, thermal use efficiency and yield of five mustard varieties under different growing environments were evaluated. Significantly higher heat unit, radiation use efficiency, therma...
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Field crops can be injured when exposed to high concentrations of various air pollutants due to intensive developmental activities. Injury ranges from visible markings on the foliage, to reduced growth and yield, to premature death of the plant. The development and severity of the injury depends not only on the concentration of the particular pollu...
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Journal of AgroMeteorology (Current NAAS rating 6.40) Volume 20 Special Issue (August, 2018) contains peer reviewed scientific contributions presented in 8th National Seminar on Agrometeorology for Sustainable Development with special emphasis on Climate Resilient Farming and Food Security jointed organized by Assoc of Agrometeorologists-India and...
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JAM-Journal of AgroMeteorology (Current NAAS rating 6.40) Volume 20 Special Issue (August, 2018) contains peer reviewed scientific contributions presented in 8th National Seminar on Agrometeorology for Sustainable Development with special emphasis on Climate Resilient Farming and Food Security jointed organized by Assoc of Agrometeorologists-India...
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JAM-Journal of AgroMeteorology (Current NAAS rating 6.40) Volume 20 Special Issue (August, 2018) contains peer reviewed scientific contributions presented in 8th National Seminar on Agrometeorology for Sustainable Development with special emphasis on Climate Resilient Farming and Food Security jointed organized by Assoc of Agrometeorologists-India...
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A field experiments was conducted during Kharif season of 2015 at CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Rice Research Station, Kaul, India to study the comparative performance of various scented basmati rice cultivars with respect to growth indices under different dates of transplanting. Treatments included three dates of transplanting viz. 25th Jun...
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The field experiments were conducted in two consecutive rabi seasons during 2012-13 and 2013-14. To study the influence of prevalent weather and planting dates on three mustard cultivars at the research farm of the Dept of Agril. Meteorology, CCS HAU, Hisar, India. The results showed that among all cultivars, RH 0749 (V 3) performed best (32.2 q/ha...
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ABSTARCT Field experiments were conducted during kharif seasons of 2006 to 2014 at CCS HAU Research Farm, Hisar to evaluate the role of weather parameters in development of cotton leaf curl virus disease (CLCuD). The observations on CLCuD were computed by using standard PDI disease grade scale, the results indicated a negative correlation between d...
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Field experiments were conducted during the rabi seasons of 2014-15 and 2015-16 at Research Farm of the Department of Agricultural Meteorology, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar (29°10'N, 75°46'E and altitude of 215.2 m a.m.s.l.). The experiment was laid out in split plot design with four replications. Treatment combinat...