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Baoshan Coffee Xinzhai Village Dry-Hot Valley Case Dataset on Ecosystem Protection and Sustainable Development


DUAN Ruting1LIU Yingtao*1FU Cuili1HU Kang1YANG Yuhan2ZI Xueming2JIA Hansi2LIU Chao3LI Xiaobo4,5WANG Zhengxing*6
1Baoshan University,Baoshan 678000,China2Meteorological Bureau of Longyang District,Baoshan 678000,China3Baoshan Quality and Technical Supervision Comprehensive Testing Center,Baoshan 678000,China4Baoshan Chunzheng Coffee Industry Development Co.,Ltd. BAoshan 678000,China5Coffee Association of Yunnan Province,Kunming 650228,China6Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101

DOI:10.3974/geodb.2021.05.10.V1

Published:May 2021

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Key Words:

Baoshan Prefecture,Xinzhai Village,Coffee Arabica,dry-hot valley,geographical indicator,sustainability,case

Abstract:

The Baoshan Coffee Xinzhai Village Dry-Hot Valley Case Dataset on Ecosystem Protection and Sustainable Development is a joint effort product by contributors from university, company, government, research institutes and local stakeholder. There is a series of products from the case, including dataset, articles, education base, germplasm resources etc. Xinzhai Village of Baoshan City (Prefecture) lies at the Yunnan Province, and is characterized by its diverse dry-hot valley. Coffee came to Yunnan across China's southwest boundary around 1900s and mainly served missionaries or locals for personal consumption in following years. In early 1950s, coffee began to be planted in large scale in Lujiang Town (a part of in Nujiang valley) of Baoshan prefecture. While Baoshan is not in the normally recognized World Coffee Belt (23.5°S - 23.5°N),it managed to produce one of the best coffees in the world (partly thanks to dry-hot climate of Nujiang valley), and Baoshan Arabica Coffee was included into First-batch China-EU Protected Geographical Indication List (100 100). Xinzhai village in Lujiang Town was identified as the case for Baoshan Coffee terroir, due to its coffee plantation scale and its vertical gradient along the slope from 760 m to 1640 m. The dataset consists of four parts: 1) boundary data; 2) physical geography data, including climate, elevation class, NDVI and soil chemical composition; 3) characteristics and distribution of coffee varieties; 4) coffee introduction and management specifications, et al. The dataset is archived in .shp、.tif、.xlsx and .jpg data formats, and consists of 95 data files with data size of 107 MB (compressed to one single file with 105 MB).

Foundation Item:

Chinese Academy of Sciences (XDA23100100, XDA19040501)

Data Citation:

DUAN Ruting, LIU Yingtao*, FU Cuili, HU Kang, YANG Yuhan, ZI Xueming, JIA Hansi, LIU Chao, LI Xiaobo, WANG Zhengxing*. Baoshan Coffee Xinzhai Village Dry-Hot Valley Case Dataset on Ecosystem Protection and Sustainable Development[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2021. https://doi.org/10.3974/geodb.2021.05.10.V1.

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