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Samarkand

Area of Samarkand 14,276.1 km²
Population 2.9 million
Male Population 1,453,196 (50.2%)
Female Population 1,443,694 (49.8%)
Population change from 1975 to 2015  +148.7%
Population change from 2000 to 2015  +27.2%
Median Age 23.9 years old
Male Median Age 23.5 years old
Female Median Age 24.3 years old
Timezone Pacific Daylight Time
Samarqand Region is one of the regions of Uzbekistan. It is located in the center of the country in the basin of Zarafshan River. Source: Wikipedia

Samarkand Population

Years 1975 to 2015
Data1975199020002015
Population 1,164,865 1,822,052 2,276,790 2,896,879
Population Density 81.6 / km² 127.6 / km² 159.5 / km² 202.9 / km²
Sources: JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid

Samarqand Population change from 2000 to 2015

Increase of 27.2% from year 2000 to 2015
LocationChange since 1975Change since 1990Change since 2000
Samarkand +148.7% +59% +27.2%
Uzbekistan +113.5% +45.6% +21.9%
Sources: JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid

Samarkand Population Tree

Population By Age and Gender
AgeMaleFemaleTotal
Under 5 154,838 147,784 302,623
5-9 139,383 132,920 272,304
10-14 151,130 144,328 295,459
15-19 169,859 162,642 332,501
20-24 160,759 154,899 315,659
25-29 131,127 129,047 260,175
30-34 112,077 110,417 222,495
35-39 95,461 95,554 191,015
40-44 80,858 84,566 165,424
45-49 78,740 82,996 161,736
50-54 65,510 67,193 132,704
55-59 43,285 47,515 90,800
60-64 24,024 27,630 51,655
65-69 17,251 18,630 35,881
70-74 18,415 22,816 41,232
75-79 10,478 14,757 25,235
80-84 0 0 0
85 Plus 0 0 0
Sources: CIESIN (Center for International Earth Science Information Network)

Samarkand Population Density

Population Density: 202.9 / km²
LocationPopulationAreaPopulation Density
Samarkand 2.9 million 14,276.1 km² 202.9 / km²
Sources: JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid

Samarkand Historical and Projected Population

Estimated Population from 1300 to 2100
YearEst. PopulationAvg 10 year growth %Avg 10 year growth
1300 58,852 n/a n/a
1400 62,563 0.6% 371
1500 66,805 0.7% 424
1600 76,348 1.3% 954
1700 85,892 1.2% 954
1800 155,329 6.1% 6,943
1900 279,171 6% 12,384
1910 296,014 6% 16,843
1920 313,862 6% 17,848
1930 332,771 6% 18,909
1940 352,802 6% 20,031
1950 374,018 6% 21,216
1960 509,142 36.1% 135,124
1970 870,131 70.9% 360,989
1990 1,822,052 44.7% 475,960
2000 2,276,790 25% 454,738
2020 3,035,213 15.5% 379,211
2030 3,229,063 6.4% 193,850
2040 3,328,633 3.1% 99,570
2050 3,364,341 1.1% 35,708
2060 3,316,184 -1.4% -48,157
2070 3,223,049 -2.8% -93,135
2080 3,104,953 -3.7% -118,096
2090 2,973,807 -4.2% -131,146
2100 2,855,244 -4% -118,563
Sources:
1. JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid
2. CIESIN (Center for International Earth Science Information Network)
3. [Link] Klein Goldewijk, K., Beusen, A., Doelman, J., and Stehfest, E.: Anthropogenic land use estimates for the Holocene – HYDE 3.2, Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 9, 927–953, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-9-927-2017, 2017.

Human Development Index (HDI)

Statistic composite index of life expectancy, education, and per capita income.
Sources: [Link] Kummu, M., Taka, M. & Guillaume, J. Gridded global datasets for Gross Domestic Product and Human Development Index over 1990–2015. Sci Data 5, 180004 (2018) doi:10.1038/sdata.2018.4

Samarkand CO2 Emissions

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions Per Capita in Tonnes Per Year
LocationCO2 EmissionsCO2 Emissions Per CapitaCO2 Emissions Intensity
Samarkand 8,420,946 t 2.91 t 589.9 t/km²
Sources: [Link] Moran, D., Kanemoto K; Jiborn, M., Wood, R., Többen, J., and Seto, K.C. (2018) Carbon footprints of 13,000 cities. Environmental Research Letters DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aac72a

Samarqand Annual Weather Averages

May Historical Weather Data (1936 to 2019)

Average Temp
19.5°C
67.1°F
Average High
26.5°C
79.7°F
Average Low
12.7°C
54.8°F
   Record High Temperature
39.5°C
103.1°F
   Record Low Temperature
-1.3°C
29.7°F
   Average Precipitation
31.0 mm
1.2 in
   Average Precipitation Days (≥ 0.254 mm)
5.9 days
Sources:
1. NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
2. Lawrimore, Jay H.; Ray, Ron; Applequist, Scott; Korzeniewski, Bryant; Menne, Matthew J. (2016): Global Summary of the Month (GSOM), Version 1. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. https://doi.org/10.7289/V5QV3JJ5. Accessed Fri, 08 May 2020 06:54:17 GMT.

Natural Hazards Risk

Relative risk out of 10
Landslide High (7)
Drought Medium (5)
Flood Medium (4)
Earthquake High (7.2)
* Risk, particularly concerning flood or landslide, may not be for the entire area.
Sources:
1. Dilley, M., R.S. Chen, U. Deichmann, A.L. Lerner-Lam, M. Arnold, J. Agwe, P. Buys, O. Kjekstad, B. Lyon, and G. Yetman. 2005. Natural Disaster Hotspots: A Global Risk Analysis. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. https://doi.org/10.1596/0-8213-5930-4.
2. Center for Hazards and Risk Research - CHRR - Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network - CIESIN - Columbia University. 2005. Global Flood Hazard Frequency and Distribution. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4668B3D.
3. Center for Hazards and Risk Research - CHRR - Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network - CIESIN - Columbia University, and International Research Institute for Climate and Society - IRI - Columbia University. 2005. Global Drought Hazard Frequency and Distribution. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4VX0DFT.
4. Center for Hazards and Risk Research - CHRR - Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network - CIESIN - Columbia University, and Norwegian Geotechnical Institute - NGI. 2005. Global Landslide Hazard Distribution. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4P848VZ.
5. Center for Hazards and Risk Research - CHRR - Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network - CIESIN - Columbia University. 2005. Global Earthquake Hazard Distribution - Peak Ground Acceleration. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4BZ63ZS.

Other places in Uzbekistan

Place Area Population Population Density
Andijon 4,413 km² 2.8 million 632.9 / km²
Bukhoro 40,441.6 km² 1.8 million 43.7 / km²
Farghona 6,734.5 km² 3.4 million 498.6 / km²
Jizzakh 21,757.7 km² 1.1 million 51.5 / km²
Khorazm 7,397.3 km² 1.8 million 239.4 / km²
Namangan 7,480 km² 2.4 million 325.7 / km²
Nawoiy 111,936.6 km² 1.4 million 12.3 / km²
Qashqadaryo 28,300.8 km² 2.8 million 100.5 / km²
Qoraqalpoghiston 166,330.1 km² 1.6 million 9.4 / km²
Sirdaryo 4,759.6 km² 770,345 161.9 / km²
Surkhondaryo 20,094.4 km² 2.3 million 113.1 / km²
Toshkent 14,833 km² 2.5 million 167.5 / km²
Toshkent Shahri 552.6 km² 2.5 million 4,481 / km²
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