A permafrost thermal type map on the Tibetan Plateau (2000-2010)


The past frozen soil map of the Tibetan Plateau was based on a small number of temperature station observations and used a classification system based on continuity. This data set used the geographically weighted regression model (GWR) to synthesize MODIS surface temperature, leaf area index, snow cover ratio and multimodel soil moisture forecast products of the National Meteorological Information Center through spatiotemporal reconstruction. In addition, precipitation observations of more than 40 meteorological stations, the precipitation products of FY2 satellite observations and the multiyear average temperature observation data of 152 meteorological stations from 2000 to 2010 were integrated to simulate the average temperature data of the Tibetan Plateau, and the permafrost thermal condition classification system was used to classify permafrost into several types: Very cold, Cold, Cool, Warm, Very warm, and Likely thawing. The map shows that, after deducting lakes and glaciers, the total area of permafrost on the Tibetan Plateau is approximately 1,071,900 square kilometers. Verification shows that this map has higher accuracy. It can provide support for future planning and design of frozen soil projects and environmental management.


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File name: the data is stored in a grid, and the file names are "stable_perma", "perm2017r"
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RAN Youhua, LI Xin. A permafrost thermal type map on the Tibetan Plateau (2000-2010). A Big Earth Data Platform for Three Poles, 2018. doi: 10.11888/GlaciolGeocryol.tpe.0000017.file. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

Related Literatures:

1. Ran, Y.H., Li, X., & Chen, G.D. (2018). Climate warming over the past half century has led to thermal degradation of permafrost on the qinghai–tibet plateau. The Cryosphere, 12(2), 595-608.( View Details | Download | Bibtex)

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CASEarth:Big Earth Data for Three Poles(grant No. XDA19070000) (No:XDA19000000)

o Strategic Priority ResearchProgram of the Chinese Academy of Sciences: Grant No. XDA19070204 (No:XDA19070204) [XDA19070204]

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Geographic coverage
East: 105.00 West: 73.00
South: 26.00 North: 40.00
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  • Temporal resolution: Yearly
  • Spatial resolution: 1km - 10km
  • File size: 20 MB
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  • Temporal coverage: 2000-01-07 To 2011-01-06
  • Updated time: 2019-08-13
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: RAN Youhua   LI Xin  

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