Hydrothermal conditions change Data of China in 1km resolution in decades from 1951 to 2010
NING Xiaoju1QIN Yaochen1CUI Yaoping1LI Xu1CHEN Youmin1
1College of Environment and Planning，Henan University，Kaifeng，China
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Hydrothermal conditions change data of China in 1km resolution in decades from 1951 to 2010 (HydrothermalDecadesData_1km_1951-2010_China for short) is consisted of data on 5 metrological indicators, they are: annual mean temperature in decades, annual mean precipitation in decades, annual accumulated temperature above 0?C in decades, mean temperature in the hottest month and the coldest month in decades. Based on the daily records on temperature and precipitation from the 824 metrological stations of China from 1951-2010, the annual mean temperature, annual precipitation, accumulated temperature above 0?C, mean temperature in the hottest month and the coldest month were calculated. Following this result, the hydrothermal conditions in decades (1951-1960，1961-1970，1971-1980，1981-1990，1991-2000，2001-2010）in 824 stations were developed. And finally, using the kriging model, the hydrothermal conditions change Data of China in 1km resolution in decades from 1951 to 2010 were developed. The dataset supports the discovery that the temperature contours of China had been moved toward to northern during the last 60 years. The data analysis paper was published in the Journal of Acta Geographica Sinica, No. 3, Vo. 70, 2015. The data was archived in Tiff format, in 719MB in compress.
NING Xiaoju,QIN Yaochen,CUI Yaoping,LI Xu,CHEN Youmin.2016.Hydrothermal conditions change Data of China in 1km resolution in decades from 1951 to 2010 ( Hydrothermal_China_1km_1951-2010 ) ,Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,DOI:10.3974/geodb.2016.01.07.V1