For example, TakD_elaborate_boundary_v1.shp, inhere TakD is the abbreviation of Taklamakan Desert, elaborate_boundary represents to elaborate boundary with spatial accuracy better than 30m, v1 is version number, corresponding to 2013. In the same way, GTD is the Gurban Tunggut Desert, QaiD is Qaidam Desert, KumD is Kumtag Desert, BJD is Badain Jaran Desert, TenD is Tengger Desert, UBD is Ulan Buh Desert, HobD is Hobq Desert, MUS is Mu Us Sands, HulS is Hunlunbuir Sands, HunS is Hunshandake Sands, and HorS is the abbreviation of Horqin Sands.
TakD_Built-ups.shp, inhere TakD is the abbreviation of Taklamakan Desert, Built-up is nondune ground objects. The nondune ground objects (mainly built-ups, farmlands, lakes, sand barriers, shelterbelts, roads, and rock hills) were identified.
LI Guoshuai, LI Xin, YAO Tandong. Elaborate boundaries of Chinese major deserts (2013). Big Data System for Pan-Third Pole, 2019. doi: 10.11888/Geogra.tpdc.270002. (Download the reference： RIS | Bibtex )
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