I. Overview This data set contains the terrain data, soil data, meteorological data, land use data, NDVI data, etc. required for the operation of the IWEMS model. All maps and relevant point coordinates (weather stations) use the isometric projection UTM / WGS94 coordinate system. Ⅱ. Data processing description All maps and related point coordinates (weather stations) use the isometric projection UTM / WGS84 coordinate system. Ⅲ. Data content description The data content mainly includes: The basic terrain data includes the Cuneiform Desert (DEM) and the river network. The river network is used as the boundary for wind and sand transmission. The size of the DEM grid is 250 * 250 m. The river network was extracted using the ASTER-GDEM terrain data with the river burning method. Soil data, including soil physics, chemistry, and spatial distribution of soil types. It is derived from 1: 1 million soil database of China and converted to ESRI-grid format with a grid size of 250 * 250 m. Meteorological data, including daily data from Baotou, Dongsheng and Linhe meteorological stations around the Kubuqi Desert, from 2002 to 2010. Includes precipitation, wind speed and wind direction data. Land use data, 2000 land use data, scale is 1: 100,000. Convert it to ESRI-grid format with a grid size of 250 * 250 m. Ⅳ. Data usage description Evaluate wind and sand hazards along the Yellow River, estimate the amount of wind and sand entering the upper reaches of the Yellow River, and provide data support for establishing an early warning system for wind and sand hazards in the region.
In the ecosystem, soil and vegetation are two interdependent factors. Plants affect soil and soil restricts vegetation. On the one hand, there are a lot of nutrients such as carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in the soil. On the other hand, the availability of soil nutrients plays a key role in the growth and development of plants, directly affecting the composition and physiological activity of plant communities, and determining the structure, function and productivity level of ecosystems. Soil moisture content (or soil moisture content): In the 9 sections from Daxihaizi to taitema lake in the lower reaches of Tarim River, plant sample plots are set in the direction perpendicular to the river channel according to the arrangement of groundwater level monitoring wells. Dig one soil profile in each sample plot, collect one soil sample from 0-5 cm, 5-15 cm, 15-30 cm, 30-50 cm, 50-80 cm, 80-120 cm and 120-170cm soil layers from bottom to top in each profile layer, each soil sample is formed by multi-point sampling and mixing of corresponding soil layers, each soil layer uses aluminum boxes to collect soil samples, weighs wet weight on site, and measures soil moisture content (or soil moisture content) by drying method. Soil nutrient: the mixed soil sample is used for determining soil nutrient after removing plant root system, gravel and other impurities, air-drying indoors and sieving. Organic matter is heated by potassium dichromate, total nitrogen is treated by semi-micro-Kjeldahl method, total phosphorus is treated by sulfuric acid-perchloric acid-molybdenum antimony anti-colorimetric method, total potassium is treated by hydrofluoric acid-perchloric acid-flame photometer method, effective nitrogen is treated by alkaline hydrolysis diffusion method, effective phosphorus is treated by sodium bicarbonate leaching-molybdenum antimony anti-colorimetric method, effective potassium is treated by ammonium acetate leaching-flame photometer method, PH and conductivity are measured by acidimeter and conductivity meter respectively (water to soil ratio is 5: 1). Soil water-soluble total salt was determined by in-situ salinity meter.
Drought stress is the most common form of plant adversity and is also the main factor affecting plant growth and development. Plant organs will undergo membrane lipid peroxidation under adverse circumstances, thus accumulating malondialdehyde (MDA), the final decomposition product of membrane lipid peroxide. MDA content is an important indicator reflecting the strength of membrane lipid peroxidation and the damage degree of plasma membrane, and is also an important parameter reflecting the damage of water stress to plants. At the same time, under adverse conditions, the increased metabolism of reactive oxygen species in plants will lead to the accumulation of reactive oxygen species or other peroxide radicals, thus damaging cell membranes. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) and peroxidase (POD) in plants can remove excess active oxygen in plants under drought and other adversities, maintain the metabolic balance of active oxygen, protect the structure of the membrane, and finally enhance the resistance of plants to adversities. The analysis samples take Populus euphratica, Tamarix chinensis and Phragmites communis as research objects. According to the location of groundwater monitoring wells, six sample plots are set up starting from the riverside, with an interval of 50 m between each sample plot, which are sample plots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in turn. Fresh leaves of plants are collected, stored at low temperature, and pretreated (dried or frozen) on the same day. PROline (Pro), cell membrane system protective enzymes superoxide dismutase (SOD) and peroxidase (POD) were tested indoors. Preparation of enzyme solution: weigh 0.5g of fresh material and add 4.5mL pH7.8 with ph 7.8. The materials were homogenized in a pre-frozen mortar, which was placed in an ice bath. Centrifuge at 10000 r/min for 15 min. The supernatant was used for determination of superoxide dismutase, peroxidase and malondialdehyde (MDA). PRO determination: put 0.03 g of material into a 20 mL large test tube, add 10mL ammonia-free distilled water, seal it, put it in a boiling water bath for 30min, cool it, filter, filtrate 5 mL+ ninhydrin 5 mL, develop color in boiling water for 60min, and extract with toluene. The extract was colorized with Shimadzu UV-265 UV spectrophotometer at 515 nm. SOD activity was measured by NBT photoreduction. The order of sample addition for enzyme reaction system is: pH 7.8 PBS 2.4mL+ riboflavin 0.2 mL+ methionine 0.2 mL+EDTA0.1 mL+ enzyme solution 0.1 mL+NBT0.2 mL. Then the test tube was reacted under 40001ux light for 20 min, and photochemical reduction was carried out. SOD activity was measured at 650 nm wavelength by UV-265 ultraviolet spectrophotometer. POD activity determination: the reaction mixture was 50 ml PBS with pH 6.0+28 μ L guaiacol+19 UL30% H2O2. 2 mL of reaction mixture +1 mL of enzyme solution, immediately start timing, reading every 1 min, reading at 470 nm. Determination of chlorophyll: ethanol acetone mixed solution method. After cutting the leaves, the mixed solution of 0.2 g and acetone: absolute ethanol = 1: 1 was weighed as the extraction solution. After extracting in the dark for 24 h, the leaves turned white and chlorophyll was dissolved in the extraction solution. The OD value of chlorophyll was measured by spectrophotometer at 652nm. Determination method of soluble sugar: phenol sulfate method is adopted. (1) The standard curve is made by taking 11 20 ml graduated test tubes, numbering them from 0 to 10 points, and adding solution and water according to Table 1 respectively. Then add 1 ml of 9% phenol solution to the test tube in sequence, shake it evenly, then add 5 ml of concentrated sulfuric acid from the front of the tube for 5 ~ 20 s, the total volume of the colorimetric solution is 8 ml, and leave it at constant temperature for 30 minutes for color development. Then, with blank as control, colorimetric determination was carried out at 485 nm wavelength. With sugar as abscissa and optical density as ordinate, a standard curve was drawn and the equation of the standard curve was obtained. (2) Extraction of soluble sugar: fresh plant leaves are taken, surface dirt is wiped clean, cut and mixed evenly, 0.1-0.3 g are weighed, 3 portions are respectively put into 3 calibration test tubes, 5-10 ml distilled water is added, plastic film is sealed, extraction is carried out in boiling water for 3O minutes, the extraction solution is filtered into a 25 ml volumetric flask, repeated flushing is carried out, and the volume is fixed to the calibration. (3) Absorb 0.5 g of sample solution into the test tube, add 1.5 ml of distilled water, and work out the content of soluble sugar in the same way as the standard curve. The amount of solution and water in each test tube Pipe number 0 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 1.100μg/L sugar solution 0.20 0.40 0.60 1.0 2. water/ml 2.0 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.2 1.0 3. Soluble sugar content/μ g 0 20 40 60 80 100 Determination of malondialdehyde: thiobarbituric acid method. Fresh leaves were cut to pieces, 0．5 g was weighed, 5% TCA5 ml was added, and the homogenate obtained after grinding was centrifuged at 3 000 r／rain for 10 rain. Take 2 ml supernatant, add 0.67% TBA 2 ml, mix, boil in 100 water bath for 30 rain, cool and centrifuge again. Using 0.67% TBA solution as blank, the OD values at 450, 532 and 600 nm were determined. Methods for analysis and testing of plant hormones (GA3, ABA, CK, IAA): 0.1 0.005 g plant samples were taken and ground in liquid nitrogen. 500μl methanol was extracted overnight at 4℃. Centrifuge the sample and freeze-dry the supernatant. 30μl10％% CH3CN dissolved the sample. 10μl of sample solution was analyzed by HPLC. The external standard method was used to quantify plant hormones. Standard plant hormones were purchased from sigma Company. See (Ruan Xiao, Wang Qiang, et al., 2000, Journal of Plant Physiology.26 (5), 402-406) for analysis methods.
The research project on land surface data assimilation system in western China belongs to the major research plan of "environment and ecological science in western China" of the national natural science foundation. the person in charge is Li Xin, researcher of the institute of environment and engineering in cold and arid regions of the Chinese academy of sciences. the project runs from January 2003 to December 2005. One of the data collected in this project is the reanalysis data of surface climate factors in western China in 2002. This data set is generated based on the daily 1 × 1 provided by the National Environmental Prediction Center (NCEP). However, the re-analysis of the data has the following problems: (1) the temporal and spatial resolution is not high enough (the horizontal resolution is 1 degree and the time is 6 hours); (2) The low-level errors in plateau areas are large; (3) The data are standard isosurface data and need interpolation. The 2002 reanalysis data set of surface climate elements in western China was generated by combining NCEP reanalysis data and MM5 model by Dr. Longxiao and Professor Qiu Chongjian of Lanzhou University using Newton relaxation data assimilation method (Nudging), including 10m horizontal and vertical wind speed (m/s), 2m air temperature (k), 2m mixing ratio, surface pressure (Pa), upstream and downstream short wave and long wave radiation (w/m2), convective precipitation and large scale precipitation (mm/s) at 0.25 degree per hour throughout 2002. I. preparation background The quality of the driving data seriously affects the ability of the land surface model to simulate the land surface state, so a very important component of the land surface modeling research is the driving data used to drive the land surface model. No matter how realistic these models are in describing the surface process, no matter how accurate the boundary and initial conditions they input, if the driving data are not accurate, they cannot get the results close to reality. Land surface models are so dependent on the quality of externally provided data that any error in these externally provided data will seriously affect the ability of land surface models to simulate soil moisture, runoff, snow cover and latent heat flux. These externally provided data include: precipitation, radiation, temperature, wind field, humidity and pressure. The 2002 reanalysis data set of surface climate elements in western China uses Newton relaxation data assimilation method (Nudging) to combine NCEP reanalysis data and MM5 model to generate driving data with higher spatial and temporal resolution suitable for complex terrain in western China. Second, the basic parameters of the operation mode 1. Using the US PSU/NCAR mesoscale model MM5 as a simulation model; The selection of simulation grid domain: center (32°N, 90°E), grid distance of 36km, number of horizontal grid points of 131*151, vertical resolution of 25 layers, and mode top of 100hPa；; 2. The data used for initialization are 1 * 1 GRIB grid data of NCEP in the United States. 3. The time step is 120s. Third, the physical process 1. physical process treatment of cloud and precipitation: Grell cumulus cloud parameterization scheme is adopted for sub-grid scale precipitation, and Reisner mixed phase microphysical explicit scheme is adopted for distinguishable scale precipitation; 2. MRF parameterization scheme is adopted for planetary boundary layer process. 3. the radiation process adopts CCM2 radiation scheme. IV. File Format and Naming It is stored in a monthly folder and contains 24 hours of data every day. The naming rules are as follows: 2002***&.forc, where * * * is Julian day and 2002***& is time (in hours), where. forc is the file extension. V. data format Stored in binary floating point type, each data takes up 4 bytes.
NDVNDVI project belongs to the national natural science foundation "environment and ecological science in western China" major research program, led by professor gao qiong of Beijing normal university. The project runs from 2003.1-2005.12. Remittance data of the project: 1. Monitoring data of photosynthesis of 8 plants in ansai station in 2002 (excel) 2. Monitoring data of photosynthesis of 6 plants near the lime temple of ijin horo banner in July 2003 (excel) 3. Monitoring data of photosynthesis of 5 kinds of plants in wufen gutter of huangfuchuan, jungeer banner in July 2003 (excel)