Standard weather station monthly data of the Yellow River’s Upstream (1952-2011)


I. Overview

This dataset contains monthly meteorological data for the upper Yellow River and its surroundings from 1952 to 2011. The standard station data includes 30 elements: average station pressure, extreme maximum station pressure, date of extreme maximum station pressure, extreme minimum station pressure, date of extreme minimum station pressure, average temperature, and extreme maximum temperature. , Extreme high temperature appearance day, extreme minimum temperature, extreme minimum temperature appearance day, average temperature anomaly, average maximum temperature, average minimum temperature, average relative humidity, minimum relative humidity, minimum relative humidity occurrence date, precipitation, daily precipitation > = 0.1mm days, maximum daily precipitation, maximum daily precipitation occurrence day, percentage of precipitation anomaly, average wind speed, maximum wind speed, day of maximum wind speed, maximum wind speed, wind direction of maximum wind speed, wind direction of maximum wind speed , The day of maximum wind speed, the hours of sunshine, and the percentage of sunshine.

Ⅱ. Data processing description

The data is stored as integers, the temperature unit is (0.1 ° C) value, the precipitation unit is (0.1 mm), and it is stored as an ASCII text file.

Ⅲ. Data content description

Standard station data, all meteorological elements are stored in one text, each element is: average own station pressure (V10004), extreme highest station pressure (V10201), extreme highest station pressure (V10201_001), extreme lowest station Barometric pressure (V10202), the day when the extreme minimum atmospheric pressure appeared (V10202_002), the average temperature (V12001), the extreme maximum temperature (V12011), the extreme maximum temperature (V12011_001), the extreme minimum temperature (V12012), the extreme minimum temperature (V12012_002), average temperature anomaly (V12201), average maximum temperature (V12211), average minimum temperature (V12212), average relative humidity (V13003), minimum relative humidity (V13007), minimum relative humidity occurrence date (V13007_001), precipitation Amount (V13011), daily precipitation> = 0.1mm days (V13011_000), maximum daily precipitation (V13052), maximum daily precipitation (V13052_001), percentage of precipitation anomaly (V13212), average wind speed (V11002), polar High wind speed (V11041), the day when the maximum wind speed appears (V11041_001), the maximum wind speed (V11042), the wind direction of the maximum wind speed (V11043), the wind direction of the maximum wind speed (V11212), the maximum wind speed Today (V11212_001), hours of sunshine (V14032), percentage of sunshine (V14033).

Ⅳ. Data usage description

In terms of resources and environment, meteorological data is used to simulate the regional climate change and runoff, sediment, water and soil loss and vegetation change in the basin, and it is also a necessary input condition for remote sensing inversion.


Data file naming and use method

All meteorological elements are stored in one text, and they are: average local pressure (v10004), extreme maximum local pressure (v10201), extreme maximum local pressure (v10201), extreme minimum local pressure (v10202), extreme minimum local pressure (v10202), average temperature (v12001), extreme maximum temperature (v12011) , the date of occurrence of extreme maximum temperature (v12011), extreme minimum temperature (v12012), extreme minimum temperature (v12012), average temperature anomaly (v12201), average maximum temperature (v12211), average minimum temperature (v12212), average relative humidity (v13003), minimum relative humidity (v13007) , minimum relative humidity occurrence date (v13007_), precipitation (v13011), daily precipitation > = 0.1mm days (v13011_), maximum daily precipitation (v13052), maximum daily precipitation occurrence date (v13052_), precipitation anomaly percentage (v13212), average wind speed (v11002), maximum wind speed (v11041), maximum wind speed occurrence date (v11041_), maximum wind speed (v11042), maximum wind speed direction (v11043) , wind direction of maximum wind speed (v11212), occurrence day of maximum wind speed (v11212_), sunshine hours (v14032), sunshine percentage (v14033)


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XUE Xian, DU Heqiang. Standard weather station monthly data of the Yellow River’s Upstream (1952-2011). A Big Earth Data Platform for Three Poles, 2015. doi: 10.11888/Meteoro.tpdc.270583. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

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Geographic coverage
East: 112.00 West: 95.00
South: 32.00 North: 42.00
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  • Temporal resolution: Monthly
  • File size: 5 MB
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  • Temporal coverage: 1952-01-01 To 2011-12-31
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