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Dataset of changes in spatial distribution of polders around Dongting Lake, China (1949–2013)

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Date: 2017-09-28

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Data Abstract

Long-term sediment deposition and embankment reclamation have formed a special distribution of polders around Dongting Lake in China. The area encompassed by the dataset includes 20 counties around Dongting Lake. The dataset content includes the polder distribution in 2013 and the spatial changes during 1949–1998, 1998–2008, and 2008–2013. The 2013 polder distribu-tion was extracted using object-oriented image classification using remotely sensed images. In-formation about spatial changes in the polders during the three historical periods was extracted from water-conservancy engineering drawings and related materials using automatic vectoriza-tion and the ArcGIS software. The dataset could be used to look for temporal and spatial patterns, explain the process of polder evolution, investigate land use and its changing patterns, and for-mulate corresponding policies for managing polders in the Dongting Lake area.

Language
English
Data format
Vector
Subject
Geography
Generation
Digitization
Data Level
Rough
Data time series
Short
temperal
Modern times
spatial
Place
resolution
Low
share_type
Offline
Access
Open
Data Identifier
Subject Id
Environmental and Textile
Country ID
CN
Language
Data Category
Category Name
Basic Geography
Category Code
01
Category Standard Name
Data classification standard of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service
Category Standard Revision
V1.0
Spatial Cover
Dongting Lake
Temporal Cover
1949-2013
Data Type
Shp
Data Volume
28.3 MB
Data Quality
This data is complete and reliable.
Data Contributor
Contributor Name
Wang Juanle, Gao Mengxu, Guo Haihui, Chen Eryang.
Contributor Email
ikcest-drr@lreis.ac.cn
Contributor Agency
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Creation time
2014.12.30
Responsible Department
Resplnst Name
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
RespInst Address
A11 Datun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
RespInst Postcode
100101
ResPerson Name
Service group of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System of IKCEST
ResPerson Email
ikcest-drr@lreis.ac.cn
ResPerson Telephone
010-64889048-8006
Fax
Update Frequency
Irregular updates
Resources Type
Self-built
Sharing Type
After login
Price
0
Version
1
Data Citation
Dataset of changes in spatial distribution of polders around Dongting Lake, China (1949–2013). Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service of International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology (IKCEST) under the Auspices of UNESCO, 2014.12.30. http://drr.ikcest.org/info/8927.
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