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Spatial-temporal Mean Temperature Dataset in China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor (1982-2018, 1-km/y)


JIAO Yue1,2YANG Jiuchun1LI Guangshuai1,3YU Lingxue*1BAO Yulong4ZHANG Shuwen1
1 Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Research Center,Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Changchun 130102,China2 School of Life Science,Liaoning Normal University,Dalian 116029,China3 School of Geography Science,Changchun Normal University,Changchun 130032,China4 School of Geography Science,Inner Mongolia Normal University,Hohhot 010022,China

DOI:10.3974/geodb.2022.01.03.V1

Published:Jan. 2022

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Key Words:

Annual mean temperature,China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor,1-km,1982-2018

Abstract:

The Spatial-temporal Mean Temperature Dataset in China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor (1982-2018, 1-km/y) was developed based on the data integration between temperature data from 325 meteorological stations in China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor (CMREC), and ANUSPLIN meteorological interpolation software. The results show that R² was 0.980 and above, where R is the correlation coefficient between meteorological station data and interpolation results. The average Mean Absolute Error (MAE) and Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) values are 0.348 ℃ and 0.481 ℃ separately. The dataset include: (1) boundary data of the study area; (2) annual mean temperature grid data in 1-km resolution during 1982-2018. The dataset is archived in .shp, .tif and .mdd data formats, and consists of 159 data files with data size of 8.65 GB (compressed into 2 files with 531 MB).

Foundation Item:

Chinese Academy of Sciences (XDA2003020301); National Natural Science Foundation of China (42071025); Ministry of Science and Technology of P. R. China (2017FY101301)

Data Citation:

JIAO Yue, YANG Jiuchun, LI Guangshuai, YU Lingxue*, BAO Yulong, ZHANG Shuwen. Spatial-temporal Mean Temperature Dataset in China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor (1982-2018, 1-km/y)[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2022. https://doi.org/10.3974/geodb.2022.01.03.V1.

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Data Product:

ID Data Name Data Size Operation
1 CMREC_Temp_1982-2018_mdd.rar 149831.09KB
2 CMREC_Temp_1982-2018_tifshp.rar 394723.13KB
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