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Terrestrial Water Storage Anomalies Dataset of Haihe River Basin Driven by Human and Climate Change (2003-2013)


ZHONG Yulong1,2FENG Wei2VINCENT Humphrey3ZHONG Min2,4
1School of Geography and Information Engineering,China University of Geosciences (Wuhan),Wuhan 430078,China2State Key Laboratory of Geodesy and Earth's Dynamics,Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Wuhan 430077,China3Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences,California Institute of Technology,Pasadena 91125,USA4University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049,China

DOI:10.3974/geodb.2019.05.02.V1

Published:Sep. 2019

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Key Words:

anthropogenic activity,GRACE,reconstruction,Haihe River Basin,Terrestrial Water Storage Anomalies (TWSA)

Abstract:

The Terrestrial Water Storage Anomalies (TWSA) dataset of Haihe River Basin driven by human and climate change (2003-2013) was developed based on data integration among the satellite gravimetric data (Gravity Recovery), the Climate Experiment (GRACE), the daily precipitation data (Meteorological Data Service Center - CMA), the temperature and precipitation data (Medium-Range Weather Forecast - ECMWF) re-analysis (ERA-Interim), multi-source weighted-ensemble precipitation (MSWEP), annual precipitation (Haihe River Water Resources Bulletin - HRWRB) and datasets of GLDAS with the CPC land surface models. The dataset is consisted of the following data from 2003 to 2013: (1) Terrestrial water storage anomalies (TWSA) data from GRACE and from the ensemble mean of the reconstructed TWSA with the trend and seasonal signal removed; (2) climate-driven and human-induced TWSA trend; (3) inter-annual variations of GRACE-derived, climate-driven, and human-induced TWSA, and their corresponding terrestrial water fluxes (TWF); (4) annual precipitation from HRWRB, CMA, ECMWF ERA-Interim and MSWEP; (5) reconstructed TWSA calculated from methods of Humphrey and Gudmundsson (2019); Humphrey et al. (2017) and Zhong et al. (2018); (6) reconstructed TWSA calculated from methods based on Humphrey and Gudmundsson (2019); Humphrey et al. (2017) and Zhong et al. (2018) for the reconstruction period from 1985-2013; (7) annual water consumption and annual precipitation anomalies in the Haihe River Basin; (8) the linear regression between terrestrial water fluxes (TWF) and annual precipitation; (9) climate-driven TWSA estimates from land surface models (CPC and Noah) and human-induced TWSA estimates from subtracting GRACE TWSA by climate-driven TWSA; (10) annual precipitation trends and climate-driven trend estimates; (11) TWSA estimates from different GRACE Mascon solutions. The dataset was archived in .xlsx format with data size of 109 KB in one data file. The temporal data frequency of TWSA and reconstructed TWSA are monthly, while the precipitation, water consumption and precipitation anomalies are annual based.

Foundation Item:

National Natural Science Foundation of China (41674084, 41774094, 41431070, 41874095); Ministry of Science and Technology of P. R. China (SKLGED2019-2-5-E); Ministry of Natural Resources of P. R. China (201909).

Data Citation:

ZHONG Yulong,FENG Wei,VINCENT Humphrey,ZHONG Min.Terrestrial Water Storage Anomalies Dataset of Haihe River Basin Driven by Human and Climate Change (2003-2013)[DB/OL].Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,2019.DOI:10.3974/geodb.2019.05.02.V1.

Data Product:

ID Data Name Data Size Operation
1 WaterStorageHaiheRiverBasin.xlsx 109.09KB DownLoad
Co-Sponsors

Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences

The Geographical Society of China

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