China Meteorological News correspondent Yu Gang Han Yanli and reporter Yu Yaqing reported that on December 1, the "Mongolian Meteorological Service Common Terms" standard (QX / T 488-2019) was officially released and implemented by the China Meteorological Administration. This standard is based on daily meteorological service terms, referring to the latest standards of the meteorological industry, and extensively soliciting and absorbing expert opinions from Mongolian majors and meteorological industries. It specifies the sky conditions, meteorological elements, weather phenomena, meteorological disasters, climate and climate change, and ecology. 71 Mongolian meteorological services commonly used in the six parts of the environment and their interpretations.
The formulation of the standard has received strong support from the China National Language Translation Bureau, the Inner Mongolian Ethnic Affairs Commission, Inner Mongolia University, Inner Mongolia Normal University, and the Xilin Gol League Ethnic Affairs Committee, Xilin Gol Vocational College and other units. The promulgation and implementation of this standard is of great significance to further advance the work of meteorological disaster prevention and reduction in ethnic regions, standardize and unify the content of Mongolian meteorological service products, and establish a standardized Mongolian meteorological service terminology database.
This standard was developed by the Meteorological Bureau of Xilinguole League in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and is applicable to the national Mongolian meteorological service. It is the first Mongolian standard in the national meteorological industry, and it is also an important component and core project of the construction of a Mongolian language standardization system for meteorological services.
(Responsible editor: Luan Fei)