ISSN 2409-7616

M. Larkina, I. Sayfullin, M. Yakimov, S. Zaikin, T. Latypov



Maria S. Larkina –Student of the Department of physical geography, cartography and geodesy, faculty of geography, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Irik Yul. Sayfullin,Candidate of biological sciences, senior lecturer of the Department of physical geography, cartography and geodesy, faculty of geography, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Mikhail S. Yakimov,Postgraduate student of the Department of physical geography, cartography and geodesy, faculty of geography, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Sergey V. Zaikin –Postgraduate student of the Laboratory of Soil Science Ufa Institute of Biology, Ufa Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Timur A. Latypov –Postgraduate student of the Department of physical geography, cartography and geodesy, faculty of geography, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. Climate maps are maps where, according to the results of many years of research, the territorial climatic conditions. The climate depends on the development of the agricultural and industrial sectors. In this regard, methods of monitoring and forecasting climate are needed. This article explored the principles and methods of compiling climate maps in GIS programs, and also described algorithms for compiling climatic maps in the GIS program MapInfo Professional and graphics editor Corel DRAW, for the subsequent positive and negative aspects of each program. For a more detailed consideration of the goal, a map of humidification conditions in the Republic of Bashkortostan was compiled in MapInfo Professional 11.5 and Corel DRAW X6. The card is a prerequisite in teaching the scientific geography faculty of the Bashkir State University. MapInfo Professional 11.5 is a fully functional geographic information system (GIS). Thanks to it, it is possible to form and process maps, store and process information related to cartographic objects. Corel DRAW X6 is a graphical vector graphics editor. The main advantage of Corel DRAW is its extremely broad capabilities and simple forms of creating and processing vector objects. Working in the above two programs, the advantages and disadvantages were identified. Creation of a map «Annual precipitation in the Republic of Bashkortostan for 2011» in MapInfo Professional and Corel DRAW programs allowed us to conclude that these programs are convenient for compiling climate maps.

Keywords: cartography training, educational technologies, climate, climatic map, annual precipitation, GIS program, MapInfoProfessional, Corel DRAW, advantages, disadvantages, Republic of Bashkortostan, cartography.


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Larkina M.S., Sayfullin I.Yu., Yakimov M.S., Zaikin S.V., Latypov T.A. Compilation of climate maps for studying atmospheric phenomena and processes on the example of the Republic of Bashkortostan: use in the system of professional education. CITISE, 2020, no. 3, pp.205-216. DOI: