Dataset of IWEMS (Integrated Wind-Erosion Modelling System) in the Kubuqi Desert

I. Overview This data set contains the terrain data, soil data, meteorological data, land use data, NDVI data, etc. required for the operation of the IWEMS model. All maps and relevant point coordinates (weather stations) use the isometric projection UTM / WGS94 coordinate system. Ⅱ. Data processing description All maps and related point coordinates (weather stations) use the isometric projection UTM / WGS84 coordinate system. Ⅲ. Data content description The data content mainly includes: The basic terrain data includes the Cuneiform Desert (DEM) and the river network. The river network is used as the boundary for wind and sand transmission. The size of the DEM grid is 250 * 250 m. The river network was extracted using the ASTER-GDEM terrain data with the river burning method. Soil data, including soil physics, chemistry, and spatial distribution of soil types. It is derived from 1: 1 million soil database of China and converted to ESRI-grid format with a grid size of 250 * 250 m. Meteorological data, including daily data from Baotou, Dongsheng and Linhe meteorological stations around the Kubuqi Desert, from 2002 to 2010. Includes precipitation, wind speed and wind direction data. Land use data, 2000 land use data, scale is 1: 100,000. Convert it to ESRI-grid format with a grid size of 250 * 250 m. Ⅳ. Data usage description Evaluate wind and sand hazards along the Yellow River, estimate the amount of wind and sand entering the upper reaches of the Yellow River, and provide data support for establishing an early warning system for wind and sand hazards in the region.

0 2020-04-07

Basic dataset of soil over the Great Lakes in Central Asia - Soil (2015)

Soil is mineral particles of different sizes formed by weathering of rocks. Soil not only provides nutrients and water for crops, but also has a transforming effect on various nutrients. In addition, the soil also has a self-cleaning function, which can improve organic matter content, soil temperature and humidity, pH value, anion and cation. The soil pollution causes several environmental problems: industrial sewage, acid rain, exhaust emissions, accumulations, agricultural pollution. After the land is polluted, the contaminated tops with high concentration of heavy metals are easily entered under the action of wind and water. Other secondary ecological and environmental problems such as air pollution, surface water pollution, groundwater pollution and ecosystem degradation in the atmosphere and water.he data set comes from the World Soil Database (Harmonized World Soil Database version 1.1) (HWSD) UN Food and Agriculture (FAO) and the Vienna International Institute for Applied Systems Research Institute (IIASA) constructed, which provides data model input parameters for the modeler, At the same time, it provides a basis for research on ecological agriculture, food security and climate change.

0 2020-04-06

Soil texture dataset of hwsd in Qaidam River basin (2009)

The dataset is the HWSD Soil texture data set of the qaidam basin. The data is from the Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD) constructed by the United Nations food and agriculture organization (FAO) and Vienna institute for international applied systems (IIASA), which was released in version 1.1 on March 26, 2009.The data resolution is 1km.The main soil classification system adopted is fao-90.The main fields in the soil property list include SU_SYM90 (soil name in the FAO90 soil classification system) SU_SYM85(FAO85 classification) T_TEXTURE(top layer soil texture) (19.5);ROOTS: String(deep classification of obstacles to the bottom of the soil);SWR: String (soil moisture content characteristics);ADD_PROP: Real (specific type of soil in a soil unit related to an agricultural use);T_GRAVEL: Real (percent by volume);T_SAND: Real;T_SILT: Real (silt content);T_CLAY: Real;T_USDA_TEX: Real (USDA soil texture classification);T_REF_BULK: Real (soil bulk density);T_OC: Real (organic carbon content);T_PH_H2O: Real T_CEC_CLAY: Real;T_CEC_SOIL: Real (cation exchange capacity of soil) T_BS: Real (basic saturation);T_TEB: Real (commutative base);T_CACO3: Real (carbonate or lime content) T_CASO4: Real (sulfate content);T_ESP: Real (exchangeable sodium);T_ECE: Real.The attribute field beginning with T_ represents the upper soil attribute (0-30cm), and the attribute field beginning with S_ represents the lower soil attribute (30-100cm) (FAO 2009).This data can provide model input parameters for earth system modelers, and agricultural perspectives can be used to study eco-agricultural zoning, food security and climate change.

0 2020-04-06

Soil texture dataset of hwsd in Qaidam River basin (2009)

The dataset is the HWSD Soil texture data set of the qaidam basin. The data is from the Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD) constructed by the United Nations food and agriculture organization (FAO) and Vienna institute for international applied systems (IIASA), which was released in version 1.1 on March 26, 2009.The data resolution is 1km.The main soil classification system adopted is fao-90.The main fields in the soil property list include SU_SYM90 (soil name in the FAO90 soil classification system) SU_SYM85(FAO85 classification) T_TEXTURE(top layer soil texture) (19.5);ROOTS: String(deep classification of obstacles to the bottom of the soil);SWR: String (soil moisture content characteristics);ADD_PROP: Real (specific type of soil in a soil unit related to an agricultural use);T_GRAVEL: Real (percent by volume);T_SAND: Real;T_SILT: Real (silt content);T_CLAY: Real;T_USDA_TEX: Real (USDA soil texture classification);T_REF_BULK: Real (soil bulk density);T_OC: Real (organic carbon content);T_PH_H2O: Real T_CEC_CLAY: Real;T_CEC_SOIL: Real (cation exchange capacity of soil) T_BS: Real (basic saturation);T_TEB: Real (commutative base);T_CACO3: Real (carbonate or lime content) T_CASO4: Real (sulfate content);T_ESP: Real (exchangeable sodium);T_ECE: Real.The attribute field beginning with T_ represents the upper soil attribute (0-30cm), and the attribute field beginning with S_ represents the lower soil attribute (30-100cm) (FAO 2009).This data can provide model input parameters for earth system modelers, and agricultural perspectives can be used to study eco-agricultural zoning, food security and climate change.

0 2020-04-06

Dataset of vegetation regulation mechanism of soil water cycle in arid desert area (2002-2005)

The vegetation regulation mechanism project of soil water cycle in arid desert areas belongs to the national natural science foundation "environment and ecological science in western China" major research plan, led by li xinrong, a researcher of the institute of environment and engineering in dry and cold areas, Chinese academy of sciences, with the running time of 2003.1-2005.12. Remittance data of the project: 1. Dataset of observation field of shapotou railway vegetation sand fixation protection system (excel) Plant and soil information in the vegetation-sand fixation zone established in 1956, 1964, 1981 and 1987.Since the establishment of the observation field, long-term soil moisture and vegetation surveys have been conducted. This database records the soil moisture data after the neutron tube installation in August 2002, the vegetation data from 2003 to 2005 (vegetation structure, herb structure, shrub structure, etc.), and the soil physical and chemical properties data (particle size, total N,P2O5,K2O, hydrolyzed N) of the irregular surveys. 2. Physiological data set of desert plant stress (excel) From 2003 to 2005, the physiological and biochemical characteristics of typical plant communities and their dominant species in steppe desert under natural and simulated environmental conditions were analyzed.(including photosynthetic transpiration, fluorescence, biochemistry and other indicators) 3. Soil infiltration and evapotranspiration data set (excel) Precipitation infiltration process, soil water dynamics and evapotranspiration of fixed sand dunes monitored by desert artificial vegetation using TDR and Lysimeters from 2002 to 2005. 4. Data set of comprehensive survey on soil and vegetation in the southeastern margin of tengger desert (excel) In 2003-2004, silver (sichuan), yan (latour) highway, silver (sichuan) (state) highway through the tengger desert area, set up along the road of eight samples, 449 samples of soil conductivity, Ph, organic matter, total nitrogen (content) and vegetation (plants, coverage, average height, biomass, strains, coverage, high average, biomass).

0 2020-04-04

The impact of agricultural development on watershed scale water cycle and eco-environmental effect in Northwest Oasis projects collection data

The project on the impact of agricultural development in northwest Lvzhou on watershed scale water cycle and eco-environmental effects belongs to the major research program of "Environmental and Ecological Science in Western China" sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation. The person in charge is Professor Kang Shaozhong of Northwest China Agriculture and Forestry University. The project runs from January 2003 to December 2005. Data collected from this project: soil experimental data of Shiyang River Basin, including: 1. Saturated hydraulic conductivity (excel table): includes four fields: number, sampling point, measured value and saturated hydraulic conductivity. 2. Conductivity (excel table): including number, sampling point, measured value, temperature, temperature correction value and conductivity. 3. Original indoor infiltration data (excel table): including number, time, cumulative value and reading. 4. Field Infiltration Data (excel Form): Including Number, Time, Cumulative Value and Reading. 5. Sampling point of horizontal infiltration data (excel form): including time, measuring cylinder (ml), wetting peak (ml), wet weight, dry weight, box weight and distance. 6. soil particle analysis (excel form): including numbers, > 0.25 mm, < 0.05 mm, < 0.01 mm, < 0.005 mm, < 0.001 mm. 7. Soil moisture characteristic curve (excel table): including soil weight and drying weight when the pressure of pressure membrane instrument is 0,0.05,0.1,0.3,0.5,0.8,1.5,3,5,14.4. 8. Organic matter (excel form): including number, sampling point, amount of soil taken (G), titration amount (ml) 9. Sampling Point Coordinates (excel Form)

0 2020-04-02

The HWSD soil texture dataset of the Heihe River Basin (2009)

The data comes from the Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD) constructed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and International Institute for Applied System Analysis in Vienna (IIASA), which released version 1.1 on March 26, 2009. The data resolution is 1 km. The data source in China is 1: 1 million soil data. The soil classification system used is mainly FAO-90. The main fields of the soil property sheet include: SU_SYM90 (name of soil in FAO90 soil classification system) SU_SYM85 (FAO85 classification) T_TEXTURE (top soil texture) DRAINAGE (19.5); ROOTS: String (depth classification to the bottom of the soil with obstacles); SWR: String (characteristics of soil water content); ADD_PROP: Real (specific soil type in the soil unit related to agricultural use); T_GRAVEL: Real (gravel volume percentage); T_SAND: Real (sand content); T_SILT: Real (silt content); T_CLAY: Real (clay content); T_USDA_TEX: Real (USDA Soil Texture Classification); T_REF_BULK: Real (soil bulk density); T_OC: Real (organic carbon content); T_PH_H2O: Real (pH) T_CEC_CLAY: Real (cation exchange capacity of the sticky layer soil); T_CEC_SOIL: Real (soil cation exchange capacity) T_BS: Real (basic saturation); T_TEB: Real (exchangeable base); T_CACO3: Real (carbonate or lime content) T_CASO4: Real (sulfate content); T_ESP: Real (exchangeable sodium salt); T_ECE: Real (conductivity). The attribute field at the beginning of T_ indicates the upper soil attribute (0-30 cm), and the attribute field at the beginning of S_ indicates the lower layer soil attribute (30-100 cm) (FAO 2009). This data provides model input parameters for Earth system modelers, and in agricultural perspective, it can be used to study eco-agricultural divisions, food security, and climate change.

0 2020-03-31

The function and mechanism data of lignin sand fixation in Ningxia straw pulp papermaking wastewater (August 2005)

The research project on the function and mechanism of sand-fixing afforestation of waste lignin from straw pulp and paper making belongs to the national natural science foundation of China "environment and ecological science in western China" major research program, led by wang hanjie, a researcher of the institute of aviation meteorology and chemical protection, air force equipment research institute. The project ran from January 2004 to December 2006 Remittance data of the project: 1. 2005-08-10 - sand lake - jinsha wan test site image (JPG) 2.2006 field picture of fixed sand test (JPG) 3. Meteorological data of ningxia jinshawan meteorological station (TXT text) Observation data including dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature, 0, 5, 10, 15, 20cm ground temperature, evaporation and air temperature were observed at 8:00,14:00 and 20:00 on August 13, 2005 4. Growth data of jinshawan community in ningxia (TXT text) The data of crown diameter and height of four samples are included. 5. Soil water data of jinshawan, ningxia (excel) Soil moisture data of 16 samples at depths of 20CM and 12CM in clear water control area and lignin spraying area by 2 hours in the daytime on August 19, 2005. 6. Soil water data of shahu lake in ningxia (excel) On August 10,11, 2005, soil moisture data of various depths of 10CM,12CM and 20CM were obtained 7. Plant growth data of sand fixation community in shahu, ningxia (excel) Plant growth statistics of 5 sample plots: species name,x,y, base, crown, height, number of plants.

0 2020-03-30

The HWSD soil texture dataset of the Heihe river basin (2009)

The data set is the HWSD soil texture data set in the Tarim River Basin. The data comes from the Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD) constructed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Vienna International Institute for Applied Systems (IIASA). Version 1.1 was released on March 26, The data resolution is 1km. The soil classification system used is mainly FAO-90. The main fields of the soil attribute table include: SU_SYM90 (the soil name in the FAO90 soil classification system) SU_SYM85 (FAO85 classification) T_TEXTURE (top soil texture) DRAINAGE (19.5); ROOTS: String (depth classification to the bottom of the soil); SWR: String (Soil moisture content characteristics); ADD_PROP: Real (specific soil type related to agricultural use in the soil unit); T_GRAVEL: Real (gravel volume percentage); T_SAND: Real (sand content); T_SILT: Real (silt content); T_CLAY: Real (clay content); T_USDA_TEX: Real (USDA soil texture classification); T_REF_BULK: Real (soil bulk weight); T_OC: Real (organic carbon content); T_PH_H2O: Real (pH) T_CEC_CLAY: Real (cations in the clay layer soil) Exchange capacity); T_CEC_SOIL: Real (cation exchange capacity of soil) T_BS: Real (basic saturation); T_TEB: Real (exchangeable base); T_CACO3: Real (carbonate or lime content) T_CASO4: Real (sulfate Content); T_ESP: Real (exchangeable sodium salt); T_ECE: Real (conductivity). The attribute field beginning with T_ indicates the upper soil attribute (0-30cm), and the attribute field beginning with S_ indicates the lower soil attribute (30-100cm) (FAO 2009).

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1:1 million soil types map of the Yellow River Upstream (2009)

Ⅰ. Overview FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) and IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) combined the soil information of all regions and countries in the world with the world soil map of FAO-UNESCO, formed a new soil database - Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD). The data source in China is 1:1 million soil data provided by Nanjing Soil Research Institute of the second national land survey. The database will be of great significance to improve people's understanding of current and future soil productivity, soil carbon storage, land resources, water resources and soil degradation. Ⅱ. Data processing description The data comes from the Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD) constructed by FAO and IIASA. The data in China comes from the 1:1 million soil data provided by Nanjing Soil Research Institute of the second national land survey. The main soil classification system is FAO-90. Ⅲ. Data content description The main fields of soil attribute table include: SU_SYM90 (soil name in FAO90 soil classification system): SU_SYM85 (FAO85 classification); T_TEXTURE (top soil texture); DRAINAGE (19.5); ROOTS: String (depth classification with obstacles to the bottom of soil); SWR: String (soil water content characteristics); ADD_PROP: Real (agricultural use related in soil unit) Specific soil type); T_GRAVEL: Real (gravel volume percentage); T_SAND: Real (sand content); T_SILT: Real (silt content); T_CLAY: Real (clay content); T_USDA_TEX: Real (USDA soil texture classification); T_REF_BULK: Real (soil bulk weight); T_OC: Real (organic carbon content); T_PH_H2O: Real (PH); T_CEC_CLAY: Real (cation exchange of clayey soil); T_CEC_SOIL: Real (cation exchange capacity of soil); T_BS: Real (basic saturation); T_TEB: Real (exchangeable base); T_CACO3: Real (carbonate or lime content); T_CASO4: Real (sulfate content); T_ESP: Real (exchangeable sodium salt); T_ECE: Real (conductivity). The attribute field beginning with T_ represents the upper soil attribute (0-30cm), and the attribute field beginning with S_ represents the lower soil attribute (30-100cm) (FAO 2009). Ⅳ. Data usage description Through this database, people's understanding of current and future soil productivity, soil carbon storage and global soil carbon storage will be improved. It can help people to understand the limitation of land and water resources, and correctly assess the risk of soil degradation, especially soil loss. Through understanding the physical and chemical properties of soil, it can also help people to obtain the following information, such as the filtering function of soil on waste, the impact on biological growth, etc. The potential of soil production and the response of soil to climate change were correctly judged.

0 2020-03-28