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Dataset of GI Environment Protection and Sustainable Development of Black Rice and Crested Ibis ( Nipponia nippon) Habitat in Caoba Village, Yang County, Shaanxi Province of China


WANG Yongsheng1YANG Yuanyuan1DU Limin2XIAO Xiangdong3LIU Kaichang3ZHANG Xinrong4BAI Yu4
1Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chines Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101,China2Organic Industry Development Office of Yang County,Yang County 723300,China3Zhuhuanhu Fruit Industry Professional Cooperative of Yang County,Caoba Village,Yang County 723399,China4School of Land Engineering,Chang’an University,Xi’an 710054,China

DOI:10.3974/geodb.2021.08.06.V1

Published:Aug. 2021

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Key Words:

Geographical Indications (GI),Shaanxi,Yang County,Caoba Village,black rice,Crested Ibis (Nipponia nippon),habitat,sustainability

Abstract:

Caoba Village is located at the south-facing foot of Qinling Mountains in Yang County, Shaanxi Province of China. In 1981, seven 'extinct' Crested Ibis birds were rediscovered in the rice field of Caoba village. From then on, the local villagers began to protect the Crested Ibis and its habitat, and a harmonious coexistence of human and Crested Ibis started to evolve. Caoba village is the first stop for Crested Ibis from remote high mountain to food-rich flat field, and it is also one of the core areas of Crested Ibis habitat. Due to the strict protection measures in the reserve, including the prohibition of harmful chemicals such as chemical fertilizers and pesticides, the atmospheric quality in the reserve reaches Class 1 and the irrigation water reaches Class I-II. This not only provides an ideal habitat for Crested Ibis, but also a superior area for organic agriculture.Thanks to the unique environment formed by the protection of Crested Ibis, Yangxian Black Rice and Yangxian Red Rice were designated as the national geographical indication products in 2006 and 2012, respectively, and Shaanxi Province also issued the local standard for Yangxian Black Rice in 2018. The dataset of GI environment protection and sustainable development of black rice and Crested Ibis habitat in Caoba Village, Yang County, Shaanxi of China is a joint effort from stakeholders. The dataset consists of the following data: (1) boundary data of Yang County and Caoba Village; (2) physical geographical data, including elevation classification, climate, water, soil, NDVI and land use; (3) characteristics of black rice varieties; (4) photos of paddy field, Crested Ibis and black rice products. The dataset is archived in .shp, .tif, .xlsx, .txt and .jpg data formats, and consists of 76 data files with data size of 42.6 MB (Compressed to one single file with 37.3 MB).

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Data Citation:

WANG Yongsheng, YANG Yuanyuan, DU Limin, XIAO Xiangdong, LIU Kaichang, ZHANG Xinrong, BAI Yu. Dataset of GI Environment Protection and Sustainable Development of Black Rice and Crested Ibis ( Nipponia nippon) Habitat in Caoba Village, Yang County, Shaanxi Province of China[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2021. https://doi.org/10.3974/geodb.2021.08.06.V1.

References:

[1] General Administration of Quality Supervision. Announcement on Approving the protection of geographical indication products for Yangxian County black rice in (2006-42) [OL]. https://dlbzsl.hizhuanli.cn:8888/Product/Detail/221.
     [2]General Administration of Quality Supervision.Announcement on Approving the protection of geographical indication products for Zhongzhou tofu milk (Zhongxian tofu milk), Changning walnut, Yangxi walnut, Yangxian red rice and Wudu pepper(2012-51)[OL]. https://dlbzsl.hizhuanli.cn:8888/Product/Detail/144.
     [3] Shaanxi Provincial Bureau of quality and technical supervision. Local standards of Shaanxi Province: Geographical indication product Yangxian County black rice ( DB61/T 1011-2018) [S]. 2018.
     

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1 YangCountyBlackRiceCase05.rar 38253.39KB
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