2020
Volume 5, Issue 1

Published:March 31, 2020
Supervised by:Chinese Academy of Sciences
Hosted by:Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Published by:The Editorial Office of China Scientific Data

Table of Contents
Chinese Ecosystem Research Network top

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: April 20, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 2307 33

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He Honglin, Yu Guirui
doi:10.11922/csdata.2020.0022.zh

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 30, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4880 85

A plant species list dataset of Chinese Ecosystem Research Network (CERN)

Zhang Lin, Li Tong, Song Chuangye et al.
Keywords: Chinese Ecosystem Research Network;plant species list;flora;biodiversity;long-term observation
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0051.zh

Abstract:A plant species list dataset of CERN is a comprehensive integration of plant species composition observation data from 22 ecological research stations. It contains the observation records of 3770 species from 22 stations in 1998-2018, in...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 27, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 3849 40

A plant community dataset of marsh ecosystem for Sanjiang Plain, China 2000 – 2015

Tan Wenwen, Zhao Zhichun, Zhang Xinhou et al.
Keywords: Sanjiang Plain;marsh ecosystem;plant community
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0052.zh

Abstract:This dataset is selected from the biological observation data of Sanjiang Plain Experimental Station of Wetland Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. It includes plant community biomass, community composition data from 2000 to 2015. Its ...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 26, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4044 44

A dataset of 17 dominant plants phenological observation in Shennongjia (2009–2018)

Ma Boyu, Zhao Changming, Ge Jielin et al.
Keywords: Shennongjia station;plant phenology;artificial observation;climate change;environmental change
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0043.zh

Abstract:Plant phenology is often used as an important indicator for climate change. Making clear the phenological changes in response to changes in the natural environment can help us understand the changing laws of seasons, which are applied to...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 25, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4394 32

A dataset of nutrient structure and limiting factors of phytoplankton growth in Jiaozhou bay from 1997 to 2010

Zhao Yongfang, Zhao Zengxia, Sun Xiaoxia
Keywords: Jiaozhou bay;phosphorus-nitrogen ratio;silicon-phosphorus ratio;silicon-nitrogen ratio;long-term monitoring;limiting factors of phytoplankton growth
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0056.zh

Abstract:Nitrogen, phosphorus and silicon are the main biogenic elements and the basis of primary production processes and food chains in the ocean. The ratio of phosphorus-nitrogen, silicon-phosphorus and silicon-nitrogen in water affects the gr...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 24, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 3891 32

A dataset of biomass (A-ground and U-ground) and leaf area index of main crops on dry slope farmland in hilly areas of central Sichuan Basin (2005–2015)

Gao Meirong, Wang Yanqiang, Zhu Bo
Keywords: biomass;Leaf area index;root biomass;central Sichuan Basin
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0047.zh

Abstract:Leaf area index (LAI) is one of the fundamental parameters used to characterize vegetation canopy structure. Root is the most important organ to regulate the relationship between plant and soil water. The development of plant root direct...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 23, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4376 37

A long-term monitoring dataset of soil moisture content in black soil farmland during 2004-2015 under different management regimes in Hailun Agroecosystem Experimental Station,

Zhang Zhiming, li meng, Wang Shouyu et al.
Keywords: black soil;different management regimes;soil moisture;long-term monitoring
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0036.zh

Abstract:As a critical carrier of the material cycle of agricultural ecosystem, soil water has an important influence on the crop growth and ecosystem function. Studies show that water is one of the major limiting factors which influence agricult...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 20, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4456 59

A dataset of topsoil organic carbon density for agricultural ecosystem field stations of Chinese Ecosystem Research Network (2005-2015)

Su Wen, Chen Chunlan, Dang Tinghui et al.
Keywords: topsoil organic carbon density;agricultural ecosystem;Chinese Ecosystem Research Network;long-term observation
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0061.zh

Abstract:Soil organic carbon in cultivated land is an important component of farmland soil carbon pool. Because of wide distribution and high soil heterogeneity of the cultivated land in China, the land use patterns and planting systems are compl...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: March 19, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4221 51

A meteorological dataset observed by Hailun Agroecosystem Experimental Station, China Academic of Science

Li Meng, Hu Bo, Han Xiaozeng et al.
Keywords: black soil;farmland ecosystem;meteorological data;Hailun
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0034.zh

Abstract:Meteorological observation data serve as the basis of weather forecast and early warning, climate prediction as well as scientific research, which can be rated as the original force to promote the development of meteorological science. A...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Feb. 26, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 659 4

A dataset of species composition in a typical subtropical evergreen-deciduous broadleaved mixed forest of karst type (2014)

Du Hu, Peng Wanxia, Song Tongqing et al.
Keywords: karst;evergreen broadleaved tree species;deciduous broadleaved tree species;leaf habit;community structure;plot survey
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0031.zh

Abstract:Guangxi Mulun National Nature Reserve is located among the world’s largest, best-preserved, and most representative subtropical evergreen-deciduous broadleaved mixed forest of azonal karst type. Studies on its plant inventory and biodive...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Feb. 24, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 6369 95

A physical and chemical monitoring dataset of Taihu Lake from 2007 to 2015

Min Shen, Qian Rongshu, Zhu Guangwei et al.
Keywords: Taihu Lake;eutrophication;physical and chemical indicators;long term monitoring
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0037.zh

Abstract:This dataset collates the monthly physical and chemical data of eight long-term monitoring stations in Taihu Lake from 2007 to 2015 by TLLER (Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences), incorporating total...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Feb. 18, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4070 30

A dataset of dominant tree species sap-flow measurements in a mixed coniferous and broad-leaved forest at Dinghushan

Huang Jianqiang, Huang Dewei, Li Yuelin et al.
Keywords: Dinghushan National Nature Reserve;mixed coniferous and broad-leaved forest;dominant tree species;sap-flow
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0058.zh

Abstract:Evapotranspiration is one of the main pathways of water resource consumption in terrestrial ecosystem. It is a complex and continuous process that is influenced by the physiological process and physical environment under great uncertaint...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Feb. 17, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4223 42

A dataset of topsoil nutrient content observed by Hailun Agroecosystem Experimental Station, CAS (2004–2015)

Hao Xiangxiang, Wang Shouyu, Han Xiaozeng et al.
Keywords: long-term locating and monitoring;soil nutrient;mollisol;different fertilization regimes
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0014.zh

Abstract:The land of mollisols (usually called “black soils”) plays an extremely important role in China’s food security. Hailun Agroecosystem Experimental Station of Chinese Academy of Science (Hailun Station) located in the hinterland of Songne...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Feb. 14, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 5431 53

A long-term monitoring dataset of soil moisture content under different utilization modes of red soil slope land in Taoyuan Agro-ecology Research Station, 2004–2014

Yin Chunmei, Fu Xingan, Wei Wenxue et al.
Keywords: Red Soil Slope Land;Soil water content;Neutron Probe;Long-term monitoring data;2004–2014
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0011.zh

Abstract:As an important part of soil, soil moisture is the most basic index to understand and study the relationship between plant and soil moisture. It plays a very important role in plant growth, water-saving irrigation and so on. Compared wit...

【Chinese Ecosystem Research Network】Published: Feb. 13, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4218 28

A water monitoring dataset of Sanjiang Plain Experimental Station of Wetland Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2005 to 2015

Zhang jiashuang, Lu Yongzheng, Changchun Song
Keywords: groundwater level;water depth of swampy wetland;evaporation of water surface
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0057.zh

Abstract:The water monitoring data are selected from the hydrological observation data collected by Sanjiang Plain Experimental Station of Wetland Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (hereinafter referred to as Sanjiang Station), including groun...

Other Data Paper top

【Other Data Paper】Published: March 1, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 5610 79

A dataset of lake level changes in High Mountain Asia using multi-altimeter data

Liao Jingjuan, Zhao Yun, Chen Jiaming
Keywords: lake;water level changes;High Mountain Asia;multi-altimeter
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0019.zh

Abstract:Lake water levels are important indicators of global environmental changes and dynamics of water resources. High Mountain Asia is a region dotted with lakes, and monitoring lake level changes is important for the research of climate and ...

【Other Data Paper】Published: Feb. 28, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 8631 129

A dataset of CO2 emission factors in UNFCCC Annex I countries from 1990 to 2016

Zhang Li, Wang Maohua, Chang Zheng et al.
Keywords: CO2;emission factor;Annex I countries;emission accounting
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0029.zh

Abstract:The issue ofclimate change is the focus of international community. CO2 released from the combustion of fossil fuel contribute more than 58% to the total greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions, which is the main source of GHGs em...

【Other Data Paper】Published: Feb. 21, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 6347 26

A Chinese-Uighur comparable corpus

Tao Feng, Miao Li, Yichao Cao et al.
Keywords: corpus construction;comparable corpus;Chinese- Uighur;data mining
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0010.zh

Abstract:Corpus construction is a prerequisite for natural language processing. But the fact is that existing parallel corpora do not meet actual needs for their hardly unsatisfactory scale, which is especially true regarding Uighur information p...

【Other Data Paper】Published: Jan. 13, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 6510 109

A dataset for the trade information during 2014 – 2017 of seven pilot carbon markets in China

Zhang Qianyun, Li Jin, Zhang Yao et al.
Keywords: carbon market;relationship between volume and price;daily rate of carbon price;effectiveness
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0030.zh

Abstract:In the carbon market, the research on trade information is conducive to understanding the problems of information disclosure and information transmission in the formation of carbon price. The trading data during 2014 – 2017 of Shanghai, ...

【Other Data Paper】Published: Jan. 13, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 8856 47

A dataset of the name list of Nanjing historical places

Eassie Chang, Di Hu, Lu Yu et al.
Keywords: historical place names;data sharing;place name culture;historical GIS
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0025.zh

Abstract:Nanjing has a long history and rich cultural resources. Its historical place names are widely used and have profound connotations. It is of great significance to studies of the urban development, history, culture and social customs. Acco...

Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia top

【Ice, Snow and Environment Over High Asia】Published: Feb. 12, 2020 Volume 5, Issue 1 4615 56

A dataset of glacial vector in the Gangdisê Mountains in 2016

Liu Juan, Yao Xiaojun, Cao Juan et al.
Keywords: glacier;2016;Gangdisê Mountains
doi:10.11922/csdata.2019.0020.zh

Abstract:The Gangdisê Mountains (29°14′–33°42′ N, 78°52′–90°03′ E) extend across the southeastern part of the Tibet Autonomous Region. Starting at Sassel Ridge in the south-eastern part of the Karakorum in the west and ending at the southwest par...