Published：Sept. 30, 2018
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【Data Paper】Published: Sept. 29, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 131 5
Han Qingzhen, Zhao Yuehong, Wen Hao
Keywords： compounds structure；quantum chemical calculation；data analysis and processing；thermodynamic data；spectral data
Abstract：At present, there is a lack of basic physical property data and thermodynamic data for a large number of the compounds of known structure. To promote data integrity and usability in chemistry datab...
【Data Paper】Published: Aug. 17, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 144 4
Meng Zhaocui, Dai Renhai, Li Yuhang et al.
Keywords： Yellow Sea；CTD observation；benthic environment
Abstract：Four cruises were conducted in the Yellow Sea from 2007 to 2009. Through conductivity-temperature-depth (CTD) observation, we obtained data on the water depth, bottom water temperature and salinity...
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Sept. 28, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 342 1
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Sept. 26, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 81 2
Xue Qiaofeng, Cheng Yinong, Jin Xiaobin
Keywords： the Silk Road；urban built-up area；the Belt and Road Initiative；GIS；city walls
Abstract：Urban construction is a major form of human land use activities. It records the history of urban system evolution and reflects the changes of a city's location, size, and form. Historical data of u...
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Sept. 21, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 105 3
Li Shicheng, Zhang Xuezhen
Keywords： Yangtze River Economic Belt；land use；human activity intensity；long time series；raster format
Abstract：Data of human activity intensity (HAI) can be used to assess the effects of human activities on biodiversity loss. Based on China's land use/cover datasets and a land use-based index measuring huma...
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Aug. 20, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 197 4
Xu Xueqiang, Zhang Ping
Keywords： Silk Road；traffic route；Tang dynasty
Abstract：Traffic route is an important component of the Silk Road studies. Historically, traffic routes of the Tang dynasty importantly laid the framework of the Silk Road. Based on historical documents and...
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Aug. 19, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 406 3
Luo Cong, Zhang Ping
Keywords： Qing and Republican China；Shiyang River；human settlement；geographic information system
Abstract：Located in arid Hexi Region, the Shiyang River basin is historically an unavoidable node of the Silk Road. Human settlements in the basin are important for studies of social and ecological environm...
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Aug. 28, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 162 2
Hu Yumeng, Yan Bo, Zhang Ping
Keywords： Silk Road；road traffic；Han dynasty；route restoration
Abstract：Based on high-definition Google Earth satellite images, historical documents, archaeological materials and contemporary research, this study tried to accurately locate major traffic nodes of the De...
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Aug. 16, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 322 12
Su Raorao, Wang Fang, Pan Wei
Keywords： Xinjiang；first half of the 20th century；modern map；lakes；wetlands
Abstract：Lakes and wetlands are sensitive factors and indicators of regional environmental changes in arid areas. The recovery of lake and wetland information in Xinjiang provides hydrologic data for global...
【Historical Geographic Data of the Silk Road】Published: Aug. 15, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 197 1
Cheng Jun, Zhang Ping
Keywords： Mongol-Yuan dynasty；tourists；the Silk Road；travel site；travel route；GIS
Abstract：During the Mongol-Yuan dynasty, many tourists travelled along the Silk Road, among whom we acquired detailed records of 15 tourists for restoring their journeys. The journeys of these tourists are ...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Sept. 25, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 1372 21
Fang Xia, Zhang Chi, Zhang Yaonan et al.
Keywords： AEM model；arid and semiarid；carbon storage
Abstract：The organic carbon storage and carbon dynamic datasets in arid and semiarid regions of China were simulated by the Arid (Arid Ecosystem Model), a unique arid ecosystem model. This dataset collects ...
【China-Pakistan Economic Corridor】Published: Aug. 30, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 101 2
Fang Xia, Zhang Chi, Zhang Yaonan et al.
Keywords： arid region；carbon stock；arid ecosystem model (AEM)
Abstract：Arid region is known for its terrestrial ecosystems highly sensitive to climate change. The dynamics of ecosystem carbon pools most intuitively reflect regional carbon source/sink characteristics. ...
【Historical Datasets for Disaster Mitigation and Research】Published: Sept. 6, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 3 1993 22
Zhang Hongyue, Li Guoqing, Huang Mingrui et al.
Keywords： literature data sets；flood；WS；HCS
Abstract：With an increasing number of scientific achievements published, it is particularly important to conduct literature-based knowledge discovery and data mining. Flood, as one of the most destructive n...