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Extreme Precipitation Dataset on Tibetan Plateau (1961-2017)

MA Weidong1LIU Fenggui1ZHOU Qiang1CHEN Qiong1
1School of Geographic Science,Qinghai Normal University,Xining 810008,China


Published:Jan. 2021

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Key Words:

Tibetan plateau,extreme precipitation,threshold,Journal of Natural Resources


Extreme precipitation dataset on Tibetan Plateau (1961-2017) was developed based on the daily precipitation data of 78 weather stations on the Tibetan Plateau from 1961-2017, integrating with the 99th percentile threshold method. The extreme precipitation indexes include extreme precipitation, extreme precipitation days, extreme precipitation intensity and extreme precipitation contribution rate. The dataset include: (1) geo-location of the stations; (2) extreme precipitation threshold of each station; (3) the date and precipitation of extreme precipitation events; (4) the extreme precipitation index of each station; (5) the annual extreme precipitation index from 1961 to 2017. The paper related to this dataset has been published at Journal of Natural Resources, Vol. 35, No. 12, 2020.

Foundation Item:

Ministry of Science and Technology of P. R. China (2019YFA0606900, 2019QZKK0906)

Data Citation:

MA Weidong, LIU Fenggui, ZHOU Qiang, CHEN Qiong. Extreme Precipitation Dataset on Tibetan Plateau (1961-2017)[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2021. DOI: 10.3974/geodb.2021.01.10.V1.


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