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ISSN 2413-8452

Рус | Eng


№ 2'2019


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The analytical review of the formation of hydrological ecology in Uzbekistan

CHembarisov Elmir Ismailovich1, Rahimova Matluba Naimovna1, Mirzakobulov ZHahongir Bahtiyarovich2, Mahmudova Dilbar Ilhomovna2

1 Scientific research Institute of irrigation and water problems, Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan

2 Tashkent Institute of Engineers of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization, Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan


The issues of hydroecology, which includes hydrochemistry of natural and artificial objects are reviewed in the article. To date, all emerging hydroecological problems have been predominantly local in nature. Recently, hydroecological problems have become universal and global (for example, the process of depletion and pollution of river waters in Central Asia). The analytical review of the sources from 1988 to 2019 devoted to the issues of gynecological science is carried out in the article. The retrospective of this study was more than 30 years. The research works in which scientists identified in hydrology section of hydrological ecology first are reviewed in the article. As a result of the thematic search, 10 scientific sources were identified to some extent related to the development of hydroecological science in the Republic of Uzbekistan at the initial stage. In addition, the problems and tasks of the initial stage of the formation of hydrological ecology of Central Asia are determined.


Hydrology, ecology, freshwater ecology, water pollution, water quality, Uzbekistan.



DOI: 10.35688/2413-8452-2019-02-001


For citations: CHembarisov E.I., Rahimova M.N., Mirzakobulov ZH.B., Mahmudova D.I. The analytical review of the formation of hydrological ecology in Uzbekistan // Ekologiya i stroitelstvo. 2019. № 2. Р. 4–10. doi: 10.35688/2413-8452-2019-02-001