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In situ data of geomophogensis on sandstone honeycombs and white spot in the Mt. Danxiashan, Guangdong Province, China


TAN Yan1WU Li2ZHU Cheng1
1School of Geographic and Oceanographic Science,Nanjing University,China2College of Territorial Resources and Tourism,Anhui Normal University,China

DOI:10.3974/geodb.2016.02.06.V1

Published:Apr. 2016

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Key Words:

Mt. Danxiashan,sand stone,component analysis,honey combs,white spot,Mounta in Research

Abstract:

In situ data from 6 samples of geomophogensis on sandstone honeycombs in Yunvlanjiang Cave and 4 samples of white spot in Yamayan was conducted in June 2011 in the Mt. Danxiashan, Guangdong Province of China. By the XRF and ICP-MS analysis, the dataset was conducted. It is consisted of two parts, one is the spatial data indicating the geo-location where the samples are located, and the second one is the experimental data of samples. The dataset is archived in .xlsx and .jpg formats。The compressed dataset size is 21.9MB。The analysis paper of the data has been published at the journal of Mounta in Research, No.3, Vol.33, 2015

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Data Citation:

TAN Yan,WU Li,ZHU Cheng.2016.In situ data of geomophogensis on sandstone honeycombs and white spot in the Mt. Danxiashan, Guangdong Province, China ( DanxiaGeomInsituData2011 ) ,Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,DOI:10.3974/geodb.2016.02.06.V1

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Co-Sponsors

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

The Geographical Society of China

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Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) Task Group on Preservation of and Access to Scientific and Technical Data in/for/with Developing Countries (PASTD)

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