Published：Sept. 30, 2019
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【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Sept. 30, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 1215 4
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Sept. 4, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2282 9
Ai Minghao, Zhang Yaonan, Kang Jianfang et al.
Keywords： China-Pakistan Economic Corridor; permafrost distribution; TTOP Model; MODIS land surface temperature
Abstract：The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, an iconic project of the Belt and Road Initiative, matters greatly to the economic and cultural exchanges of China-Pakistan region. Passing through the Pamirs and Karakoram Mountain System, the Corri...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Aug. 30, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 1201 2
Ren Yanrun, Zhang Yaonan, Kang Jianfang
Keywords： China-Pakistan Economic Corridor；glacier；glacial lake；object-oriented
Abstract：The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is characterized by complex landform and geology, unique hydrological and climate conditions, and rich mountain snow and glacier distributions, which altogether provide sufficient material conditions ...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Aug. 26, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 972 1
Mao Weiyi, Yao Junqiang, Chen Jing
Keywords： China-Pakistan Economic Corridor；Pamirs；temperature-rising process；meteorological stations
Abstract：The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor passes through the Pamirs Plateau in the north, a place characteristic of complex terrain, fragile ecological environment as well as recurrent and various disasters. One of the major hydrologic meteor...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Aug. 22, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 1283 1
Bai Yanping, Kang Jianfang, Li Meng et al.
Keywords： China-Pakistan Economic Corridor；Time-series InSAR；Sentinel 1A；Image change detection technology
Abstract：The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor starts from Kashgar, Xinjiang, China, south to Gwadar Port, Pakistan, and passes through the Hindu Kush, Karakoram and Himalayas. It is a 3,000 kilometer-long trade corridor containing road, railway, ...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Aug. 20, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2162 2
Tian Deyu, Zhang Yaonan, Han Liqing et al.
Keywords： Karakoram Highway；Gaizi Valley；stone-sliding；susceptibility analysis；machine learning
Abstract：The Karakoram Highway passes through the preglacial area of Kongur Mountain along the northeastern edge of the Pamirs Plateau. On both sides of the highway along the Gaizi Valley, collapse and secondary disaster stone-sliding occur frequ...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Aug. 13, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2467 6
Zhao Guohui, Zhang Yaonan, Kang Jianfang
Keywords： China-Pakistan Economic Corridor；land surface temperature；data inversion；2013 – 2018；Landsat 8
Abstract：Land surface temperature provides important basic data for research on,hydrology, ecology, climate, natural disasters, environment and resources,etc. A series of scientific issues in earth sciences, including disaster prevention and miti...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Aug. 2, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 1396 3
Min Yufang, Feng Keting, Kang Jianfang et al.
Keywords： China-Pakistan Economic Corridor；desertification；Albedo-NDVI space；desertification difference index (DDI)；Albedo
Abstract：Desertification has caused severe ecological environment problems worldwide. It is very important to monitor the dynamic change of land desertification and grasp its change rule. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is under execution sm...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: July 25, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2083 4
Xie Jiali, Yan Changzhen, Chang Cun
Keywords： northwest China；land cover；object-oriented classification method；eCongnition；Landsat
Abstract：Land cover change is one of the most direct manifestations of global environmental change, which influences global environment. An analysis of regional land cover dynamics lays a basis for researches on global change, ecosystem assessmen...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: July 22, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2256 9
Feng Keting, Zhang Yaonan, Tian Deyu et al.
Keywords： China–Pakistan Economic Corridor；temperature vegetation dryness index；land surface temperature；normalized differential vegetation index
Abstract：Drought disasters happen frequently along the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which harm the development and safety of the countries along it. It is therefore important to conduct drought monitoring along CPEC. While soil water ...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: July 19, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2285 3
Yao Junqiang, Mao Weiyi, Hu Wenfeng et al.
Keywords： Standardized Precipitation Evapotranspiration Index；Xinjiang；climate change；meteorological stations
Abstract：The Xinjiang province is located in the Eurasian hinterland of northwestern China. With its complex terrain and fragile ecological environment, Xinjiang is particularly sensitive to global warming and has attracted extensive attention un...
【Other Data Paper】Published: July 18, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2250 11
Han Liqin, Zhao Yaonan, Tian Deyu et al.
Keywords： the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, orthophoto dataset, data preprocessing, orthorectification, data fusion
doi：10. 11922/csdata. 2018. 0052. zh
Abstract：An important part of the Belt and Road Initiative, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor plays a significant role of demonstration and promotion in the implementation of the initiative. The dataset is made up of full-color and multi-spect...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: July 12, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 2124 5
Cui Dandan, Zhang Yaonan, Kristell Michel et al.
Keywords： fluvial remote sensing；UAV；SfM；DOM；DEM
Abstract：In the past few years, a new low-cost, efficient photogrammetry mapping method called structure from motion (SfM) was applied to the high-spatial resolution three-dimensional topographic data collection. As the latest and a very signific...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Sept. 27, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 570 10
Yang Yuanzheng, Xu Chao, Li Sha et al.
Keywords： ADCP；ocean current；the South China Sea；section
Abstract：Four scientific expeditions were made to the South China Sea during 2009 – 2012, through which we collected data on the ocean currents including longitude and latitude, observation depth, east component, north component, current velocity...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Sept. 26, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 7312 34
Zhao Yixia, Jin Kun, Zheng Xiaohuan et al.
Keywords： scientific researchers；online learning；CASMOOC；learning analysis
Abstract：In order to promote scientific and technological innovation and development, the Continuing Education Network of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASMOOC) provides online learning services where researchers choose courses independently. ...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Sept. 24, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 5842 24
Zhang Shaoyu, Zhu Lanwei, Huo Yanhui et al.
Keywords： natural heritage；forest disturbance；GEE；Huangshan；Landsat
Abstract：On the cloud computing platform Google Earth Engine (GEE), we performed batch processing on Landsat 5, Landsat 7, Landsat 8 data for the Huangshan Natural and Cultural Heritage site over the past 30 years in 1988 – 2017, and used forest ...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Sept. 20, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 6925 53
Wang Mingming, Wang Juanle
Keywords： population；spatialization；nighttime light data；land use data；township-level；Shandong Province
Abstract：Capturing a fine-scale population spatial distribution, gridded data is of great significance for supporting research on geography, resources, environment, ecology, disasters, and sustainable development. On the basis of urban-rural part...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Sept. 19, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 9053 73
Juanying Xie, Jiawen Cao, Libin Ma et al.
Keywords： butterfly taxonomy；ecological images；automatic recognition；object detection
Abstract：While reducing reliance on experts, automatic species identification can provide strong technical assistance to ecological environment monitoring, biodiversity protection, pest control. However, all the datasets used for butterfly specie...
【Other Data Paper】Published: Sept. 18, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 5364 28
jianglufan, zhengpuyang, libo et al.
Keywords： Shiqu County；hydatid disease；Ochotona curzoniae；Lasiopodomys fuscus；reproductive status
Abstract：Located in Sichuan Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Shiqu County has the highest incidence of echinococcosis in China, where half of the households suffer from echinococcosis. Because of its high infection rate and high mortality rat...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Sept. 23, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 3 5376 55
Zhang Yong, Shiyin Liu, Xin Wang
Keywords： glacier melt；degree-day factor；degree-day model；water resources；High Mountain Asia
Abstract：The degree-day model, a widely used approach for ice and snow melt computation, rests upon a relationship between snow or ice melt and air temperature that is usually expressed in the form of positive temperature. The degree-day factor (...