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GIES Case Dataset on Luoning Xiong'er Mineral Water from High Strontium Area in Qinling Mountains

WU Nan1,2WANG Wuyi*1CHEN Mulin1YU Jiangping1CUI Baifeng3TIAN Yuling4
1 Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101,China2 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049,China3 Luoning Mingyue Water Square Food and Beverage Co.,LTD in Henan Province,Luoning 471700,China4 Luoning Meteorological Administration in Henan Province,Luoning 471700,China


Published:May 2024

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Key Words:

Luoning County,mineral water,GIES,Case 19


Xiong 'er Mountain is one of the larger scale tributaries on the eastern section of the Qinling Mountains, located at the junction of warm temperate zone and northern subtropical zone in China. There is a wide variety of flora and fauna and a favorable ecological environment. The main peak, Quanbao Mountain, is in Luoning, Henan. Xionger natural mineral water is rich in a variety of appropriate mineral components and trace elements that are beneficial to human health, and is a precious and scarce mineral resource. The GIES case dataset on Luoning Xiong’er mineral water from high strontium area in Qinling Mountains was obtained based on in situ survey. The dataset includes: (1) geolocation of the case area and the boundary data; (2) physical geography data (including meteorology, topography, river and soil); (3) quality data of Xiong 'er mineral water; (4) management data of Xiong 'er Mineral Water. The dataset is archived in .shp, .xlsx, .tif and .docx formats, and consists of 94 data files with data size of 3.97 MB (Compressed into one file with 2.49 MB).

Foundation Item:

Chinese Academy of Sciences (2024)

Data Citation:

WU Nan, WANG Wuyi*, CHEN Mulin, YU Jiangping, CUI Baifeng, TIAN Yuling. GIES Case Dataset on Luoning Xiong'er Mineral Water from High Strontium Area in Qinling Mountains[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2024.


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ID Data Name Data Size Operation
1 XiongerWaterCase19.rar 2556.43KB