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Snow and ice disaster intensity across southern China in 2008

The meteorological data, as the most important and significant factor in ice-snow disaster, plays an important role in the assessment of disaster intensity and disaster prediction. Based on professional software--Anusplin, the meteorological data that include day average temprature and day average precipitation are interpolated, combined with DEM data. The dataset covers ten provinces in southern China, which includes Hunan, Jiangxi, Guizhou, Chongqing, Guangxi, Guangdong, Fujian, Hubei, Anhui and Zhejiang Province. And the temporal range of this dataset is from 2008/01/10 to 2008/02/02. This dataset can be used to extract the spatial distribution of ice-frozen according to the standard from Chinese National Climate Center.

Data format
Tif
Subject
Geography
Data Level
Rough
Data time series
No
temperal
Modern times
spatial
Region
resolution
Low
Country ID
CN
Data Size
12.6GB MB
Contributor Name
Wang Xuecheng
Contributor Email
wangxc.15s@igsnrr.ac.cn
Contributor Agency
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Creation time
2017.6.30
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
Update Frequency
Irregular updates
Version
1.0
Data Citation
Snow and ice disaster intensity across southern China in 2008. Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service of International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology (IKCEST) under the Auspices of UNESCO, 2017.6.30.http://drr.ikcest.org/info/9de89.
Last Modified
2017.6.30
Organization
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Accessconstraints
Sharing Type: Open
Time Begin
2008_01_10
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