Published：Dec. 31, 2018
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【Data Paper】Published: Dec. 31, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 12621 237
Zhang Lu, Xiao Yi, Zheng Hua et al.
Keywords： ecosystem service；food production；soil retention；water retention；sand fixation；biodiversity conservation；carbon sequestration；China
Abstract：Ecosystem service is a key indicator for measuring the value of natural ecosystems, that is, the benefits supplied to human societies by natural ecosystems. The increasing risk brought by natural e...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Dec. 19, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 2722 9
【Data Paper】Published: Nov. 28, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 462 2
Zhang Yong, Liu Shiyin, Liu Qiao
Keywords： maritime glacier；mass balance；energy-mass balance model；debris cover；Hailuogou catchment
Abstract：Glacier mass balance is one of sensitive indicators of ongoing climate change and is important for the assessment of water resources and sea-level rise. However, few maritime glaciers in the southe...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Nov. 27, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 7612 41
Qi Miaomiao, Yao Xiaojun, Li Xiaofeng et al.
Keywords： Qinghai Lake；MODIS；lake ice phenology；threshold method
Abstract：Lake ice phenology is considered a sensitive indicator of regional climate change. Qinghai Lake is the largest saltwater lake in China. Its lake ice phenological characters and changes have attract...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Nov. 26, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 5286 30
Jiang Zongli, Shiyin Liu, Guo Wanqin
Keywords： Anyemaqen Mountains；TanDEM-X/TerraSAR-X；digital elevation model；glacier surface elevation change
Abstract：Glacier surface elevation changes on Ányêmaqên Mountains(2000–2013) and a digital elevation model (DEM) were obtained by performing differential interferometry on bistatic satellite data TanDEM-X/T...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Nov. 20, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 5914 44
Yang Chengde, Wang Xin, Wei Junfeng et al.
Keywords： glacial lake inventory；West China；2015
Abstract：The West China region with the Tibetan Plateau as its core has a geographical range of 26°N~46°N，62°E~105°E, with Himalayas, Hengduan mountain, Tienshan, Altai and other mountains and plateaus invo...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Nov. 19, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 3701 24
Yong Zhang, Shiyin Liu, Xin Wang
Keywords： debris-covered glacier；debris cover；thermal resistance；Hailuogou Glacier；ASTER
Abstract：Supraglacial debris cover on glaciers undergoes a unique thermal process relative to exposed snow and ice, the spatial distribution of which influences both the rates and spatial patterns of ice me...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Nov. 14, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 763 8
Zhang Dahong, Li Xiaofeng, Yao Xiaojun
Keywords： lake；northwest China；Landsat；visual interpretation
Abstract：Northwest China is situated inland which has a dry climate. Lake area can reflect the temporal and spatial distribution and the variations of regional water resources to a certain extent. Based on ...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Nov. 12, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 5528 49
Wu Kunpeng, Liu Shiyin, Guo Wanqin
Keywords： glacier change, Kangri Karpo, 1980 – 2015, southeastern Tibetan Plateau
Abstract：Located in southeastern Tibetan Plateau, the Kangri Karpo Mountains extents about 280 km from north-west to south-east, south of Bomê County and neighboring Motuo, Zayü and Basu counties. It has a ...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Nov. 9, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 992 5
Wang Lei, Jiang Zongli, Liu Shiyin et al.
Keywords： KKH；feature-tracking；glacier surface motion；Sentinel-1A
Abstract：As an international highway, the Karakoram Highway (KKH) is of great importance to both China and Pakistan. Passing through one of the most glacier-concentrated regions—the Karakoram Mountains, KKH...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Oct. 31, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 1153 12
Zhang Zhen, Liu Shiyin, Wei Junfeng
Keywords： Pamir, glacier surge；glacier surface velocity；glacier elevation change；Landsat；ASTER；Karayaylak Glacier
Abstract：Karayaylak Glacier (38°35′6″N–38°44′48″N, 75°7′47″E–75°22′29″E) is located in the northern slope of Jiubie Peak of Kongur Mountains, eastern Pamir, China. Its surge in May 2015 caused property loss...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Oct. 30, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 1123 3
Wu Kunpeng, Liu Shiyin, Jiang Zongli et al.
Keywords： DEM；glacier elevation change；Kangri Karpo；DInSAR；TerraSAR/TanDEM
Abstract：Due to the influence of the Indian monsoon, the Kangri Karpo Mountains, located in southeast Tibet, is the most humid and maritime glacier-concentrated region on the Tibetan Plateau. Glacier mass l...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Oct. 29, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 4165 49
Zhen Zhang, Shiyin Liu, Junfeng Wei
Keywords： Pamir；Muztag Ata；Kongur Tagh；glacier elevation change；DEM
Abstract：While climate-driven glacier change significantly impacts regional water resources, particularly the hydrological cycle, glacier elevation change is a key indicator of climate change. As a major g...
【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Oct. 19, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 6727 37
Piao Yingchao, Zheng Ruobing, He Wentong et al.
Keywords： Qinghai Lake, remote sensing, MODIS, vegetation
Abstract：The remote sensing dataset for Qinghai Lake basin is obtained through a series of processing on MODIS satellite data, such as format conversion, mosaicking, projection transformation and clipping. ...
【Historical Datasets for Disaster Mitigation and Research】Published: Dec. 12, 2018 Volume 3, Issue 4 4707 13
Bapon Fakhruddin, Li Guoqing, Rebekah Robertson
Keywords： rapid damage mapping；earthquake；risk reduction
Abstract：On November 14, 2016 (NZDT), a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the northeast coast of the South Island in New Zealand. A tsunami swept onto the coastlines with wave-heights of 2.5 m at Kaikoura. Th...