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【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Released online:Nov. 29, 2021 36 0

A dataset of boundary and length of glaciers in Qinghai province in 2020

XUE Jiao, Yao Xiaojun, CHU Xinde et al.
Keywords: glacier;GF image;deep learning;Qinghai province
doi:10.11922/11-6035.csd.2021.0082.zh

Abstract:Qinghai province (31°39′~39°19′N, 89°35′~103°04′E) in the northeastern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau possesses numerous modern glaciers, which are widely developed in high altitude mountains such as Kunlun Mountains, Tanggula Mountains, Qilian M...

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Published: Sept. 29, 2021 Volume 6, Issue 3 1877 20

A GF-3 imagery-based dataset of glacier surface motion distribution in High Mountain Asia during 2019–2020

Zhang Qimin, Lyu Mingyang, Yan Shiyong
Keywords: High Mountain Asia;GF-3;glacier surface motion;pixel-tracking
doi:10.11922/csdata.2021.0028.zh

Abstract:The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, also known as the world’s “Third Pole”, is the largest modern glaciation region in the middle and low latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, which plays an important role in the global climate system. It is of g...

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Published: Sept. 29, 2021 Volume 6, Issue 3 925 8

A Landsat-based dataset of glacier velocity in Eastern Pamir from 1989 to 2020

Zhen Zhang, Danni Huang, Yijie Lu et al.
Keywords: Eastern Pamir;glacier surface velocity;Landsat;glacier changes;feature offset-tracking method
doi:10.11922/csdata.2021.0012.zh

Abstract:Glacier movement is closely bound up with mass balance, thickness, temperature state, and hydraulic characteristics of a glacier. Due to the influence of climate change, the glacier velocity is the key factor to control the advance and r...

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Released online:Sept. 23, 2021 704 4

Annual dataset for changes of Longbasaba Glacier in the Central Himalayas during 1988–2018

Zhang Te, Wei Junfeng, Zhang Yong et al.
Keywords: lake-terminating glaciers;glacier surface mass balance;glacier change;glacial mass balance model
doi:10.11922/11-6035.csd.2021.0051.zh

Abstract:The lake-terminating glaciers are widely distributed in the central Himalayas. According to the impact of proglacial lakes, these glaciers exhibited a more sensitive response to climate change than others. The dataset of the bottom topog...

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Published: June 28, 2021 Volume 6, Issue 2 1622 27

A dataset of glacier inventory in Western China during 2017–2018

Ran Weijie, Wang Xin, Guo Wanqin et al.
Keywords: remote sensing;glacier inventory;Western China
doi:10.11922/csdata.2021.0013.zh

Abstract:The glaciers in Western China are highly sensitive to climate change and change greatly. Since the second glacier inventory in China, there has been a lack of systematic investigation on the glaciers in Western China. Based on the second...

【Other Data Paper】Published: April 25, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 2 1339 3

Thematic datasets for the Tibetan Plateau from Tiangong-2 Wide-band Imaging Spectrometer

Li Leijuan, Ren Haigen, Li Shengyang et al.
Keywords: Tiangong-2;Tibetan Plateau;Wide-band Imaging Spectrometer;multi-spectral data;thematic dataset
doi:10.11922/csdata.2018.0086.zh

Abstract:The Tibetan Plateau is known as the ridge of the world , the water tower of Asia, and the third pole of the earth. The Pan-Third Pole region, which extends from the third pole westwards to cover an area of about 20 million km2, constitut...

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Published: March 29, 2019 Volume 4, Issue 1 12195 105

Passive microwave remote sensing data of snow water equivalent in High Asia

Qiu Yubao, Lu Jieyu, Shi Lijuan et al.
Keywords: Snow water equivalent;High Asia;Passive microwave;Blended product
doi:10.11922/csdata.2018.0064.zh

Abstract:High Asia, defined as the high altitude area of Asia (including mainly the Tibetan Plateau), is an important area of snow distribution in low- and mid-latitude regions. The dynamic changes of snow in this area have notable effects on wat...

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Published: Oct. 25, 2017 Volume 2, Issue 2 6625 19

Introduction: Snow, ice and environment over the Tibetan Plateau

Qiu Yubao; Liu Shiyin; Chu Duo; Li Guoqing
doi:10.11922/csdata.2017.0002.zh

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Published: Sept. 27, 2017 Volume 2, Issue 2 6310 33

Phenological metrics dataset, land cover types map for the Tibetan Plateau and grassland biomass dataset for Qinghai Lake Basin

Zhang Li; Wang Cuizhen; Yang Haoxiang; Zhang Binghua; Zheng Yi
Keywords: Tibetan Plateau;vegetation;phenology;land cover types;grassland biomass
doi:10.11922/csdata.170.2017.0132

Abstract:With abundant types and large coverage of alpine vegetation, the Tibetan Plateau has been a hot region for researches on the spatial distribution and phenological changes of alpine vegetation. Using the MODIS Surface Reflectance Product ...

【Snow, Ice and Environment Over the Tibetan Plateau】Published: Sept. 25, 2017 Volume 2, Issue 2 4333 25

Daily fractional snow cover dataset over High Asia

Qiu Yubao, Wang Xingxing, Han Lulu et al.
Keywords: Tibetan Plateau;fractional snow cover;MODIS;cloud cover
doi:10.11922/csdata.170.2017.0146

Abstract:High Asia, defined as the high altitude area of Asia (including mainly the Tibetan Plateau), is an important area of snow distribution in low- and mid-lati...