Statistical yearbook of Qinghai Province and the Tibetan Autonomous Region (Version 1.0)(2007-2016)

The main body of the Tibetan Plateau is Qinghai Province and the Tibetan Autonomous Region. The economic and social data of Qinghai Province and the Tibetan Autonomous Region are the basis for the analysis and assessment of the basic data of sustainable development of populations, resources, environment and economic society on the Tibetan Plateau by integrating the basic data of natural sciences. Under normal circumstances, the statistical yearbooks of all provinces and regions are all in paper and CD-ROM versions, and users need to perform secondary editing before they can use them. This data set mainly relies on the raw data of the Statistical Yearbook of Qinghai Province and the Tibetan Autonomous Region to carry out data conversion and integrate the current economic and social data sets. The temporal coverage of the data is from 2007 to 2016, and the temporal resolution is one year. The spatial coverage is Qinghai Province and the Tibetan Autonomous Region of the Tibetan Plateau. The spatial resolution is the administrative unit of the prefecture or city. The data include information on population, economy, finance, agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery, investment in fixed assets, education and health.

0 2020-09-30

Data on population change indicators in Tibetan Autonomous Region (1965-2016)

The data set contains data on the birth rate, mortality rate and natural growth rate in Tibet. The data were derived from the Tibet Society and Economics Statistical Yearbook and Tibet Statistical Yearbook. The accuracy of the data is consistent with that of the statistical yearbooks. The table contains 4 fields. Field 1: Year of the data Field 2: Birth rate, unit: ‰ Field 3: Mortality rate, unit:‰ Field 4: Natural growth rate, unit: ‰

0 2020-09-26

Demographic data on the Tibetan Autonomous Region (1967-2016)

The data set contains three tables: demographic data for Tibet, demographic data for each county in Tibet, and data on rural workers. These time series data include the year-end total population, the number of men, the number of women, urban population, rural population, and statistics on workers in various rural industries in Tibet from 1967 to 2016. The data were derived from the Tibet Society and Economics Statistical Yearbook and Tibet Statistical Yearbook. The accuracy of the data is consistent with that of the statistical yearbooks. Table 1: The table of demographic data for Tibet contains 10 fields. Field 1: Year Field 2: Year-end total population, unit: 10,000 Field 3: Total number of men, unit: 10,000 Field 4: Male proportion, unit: % Field 5: Total number of women, unit: 10,000 Field 6: Female proportion, unit: % Field 7: Urban population, unit: 10,000 Field 8: Urban population proportion, unit: % Field 9: Rural population, unit 10,000 Field 10: Rural population proportion, unit: %. Table 2: The table of demographic data for each county contains 7 fields. Field 1: Districts and counties Field 2: Year Field 3: Year-end total number of households Field 4: Number of rural households Field 5: Year-end total population, unit: 10,000 Field 6: Rural population, unit: 10,000 Field 7: Year-end number of workers, unit: 10,000 Table 3: The table of rural workers contains 7 fields Field 1: Year Field 2: Districts and counties Field 3: Number of rural workers Field 4: Number of workers in the agricultural, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery sectors Field 5: Number of workers in the industrial sector Field 6: Number of workers in the construction sector Field 7: Number of other non-agricultural workers

0 2020-09-26

Proportion of male and female for countries along the belt and road(1960-2017)

The data set records the proportion of male and female data of 1960-2017 countries along 65 countries along the belt and road. Data sources: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects: 2017 Revision. (2) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (3) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (4) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Reprot (various years), (5) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database, and (6) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme. The data set contains 4 tables:(1)Population, male;(2)Population, male (% of total);(3)Population, female;(4)Population, female (% of total).

0 2020-08-24

Global population survey data set (1950-2018)

"Total population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. The values shown are midyear estimates.This dataset includes demographic data of 22 countries from 1960 to 2018, including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Maldives, etc. Data fields include: country, year, population ratio, male ratio, female ratio, population density (km). Source: ( 1 ) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects: 2019 Revision. ( 2 ) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, ( 3 ) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, ( 4 ) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Reprot ( various years ), ( 5 ) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database, and ( 6 ) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme. Periodicity: Annual Statistical Concept and Methodology: Population estimates are usually based on national population censuses. Estimates for the years before and after the census are interpolations or extrapolations based on demographic models. Errors and undercounting occur even in high-income countries. In developing countries errors may be substantial because of limits in the transport, communications, and other resources required to conduct and analyze a full census. The quality and reliability of official demographic data are also affected by public trust in the government, government commitment to full and accurate enumeration, confidentiality and protection against misuse of census data, and census agencies' independence from political influence. Moreover, comparability of population indicators is limited by differences in the concepts, definitions, collection procedures, and estimation methods used by national statistical agencies and other organizations that collect the data. The currentness of a census and the availability of complementary data from surveys or registration systems are objective ways to judge demographic data quality. Some European countries' registration systems offer complete information on population in the absence of a census. The United Nations Statistics Division monitors the completeness of vital registration systems. Some developing countries have made progress over the last 60 years, but others still have deficiencies in civil registration systems. International migration is the only other factor besides birth and death rates that directly determines a country's population growth. Estimating migration is difficult. At any time many people are located outside their home country as tourists, workers, or refugees or for other reasons. Standards for the duration and purpose of international moves that qualify as migration vary, and estimates require information on flows into and out of countries that is difficult to collect. Population projections, starting from a base year are projected forward using assumptions of mortality, fertility, and migration by age and sex through 2050, based on the UN Population Division's World Population Prospects database medium variant."

0 2020-08-24

Disribution of desert oil-gas fields and oasis cities in Central Asia (2012-2016)

The distribution data of Central Asia desert oil and gas fields are in the form of vector data in ". SHP". Including the distribution of oil and gas fields and major urban settlements in the five Central Asian countries. The data is extracted and cut from modis-mcd12q product. The spatial resolution of the product is 500 m, and the time resolution is 1 year. IGBP global vegetation classification scheme is adopted as the classification standard. The scheme is divided into 17 land cover types, among which the urban data uses the construction and urban land in the scheme. The data can provide data support for the assessment and prevention of sandstorm disasters in Central Asia desert oil and gas fields and green town.

0 2020-08-08

Data on population proportion of major ethnic groups in 2017

One belt, one road, 64 countries in 2017 accounted for the total population of the country. Data source: organized by the author. Data quality is good. The data can have one broad prospect in one belt, one road, and the other is comprehensive research on economy, society, population and governance structure. "One belt, one road" covers Asia Pacific, Eurasia, Middle East, Africa, etc., including 65 countries, with a total population of over 4 billion 400 million, accounting for 63% of the world's population. One belt, one road, one belt, one road, one belt, one road, one country, one country, and one country.

0 2020-08-03

The population dataset of the Zhangye (2001-2012)

The population data of Zhangye City from 2001 to 2012 include: annual population density and natural population growth rate, Data source: Statistical Bureau of Zhangye City. Statistical yearbook of Zhangye City. 2001-2012, Department of water resources of Gansu Province. Bulletin of water resources of Gansu Province. 2001-2012. Water Affairs Bureau of Zhangye City. Comprehensive annual report of water resources of Zhangye City, 1999-2011

0 2020-07-28

Gridded population with 100m spaital resolution of the 8 key areas along One Belt One Road in 2015(WorldPop1.0)

Gridded population with 100m spaital resolution of the 8 key areas along One Belt One Road in 2015, which indicates that the population count per pixel (i.e., grid). This data is derived from geodata institute of Southampton University, UK. The prejection transform and extraction processes were done to generate the gridded population with 100m spaital resolution of the 8 key areas along One Belt One Road in 2015. The original gridded popution is spatially downscaled from census data and multisource data by the random forest method. Accurate population data at finer scale are fundamental for a broad range of applications by governments, nongovernmental organizations, and companies, including the urban planing, election, risk estimation, disaster rescue, disease control, and poverty reduction.

0 2020-07-23

Gridded population with 100m spaital resolution of the 34 key areas along One Belt One Road in 2010(WorldPop1.0)

Gridded population with 100m spaital resolution of the 34 key areas along One Belt One Road in 2010, which indicates that the population count (Unit: person) per pixel (i.e., grid). This data is derived from geodata institute of Southampton University, UK. The prejection transform and extraction processes were done to generate the gridded population with 100m spaital resolution of the 8 key areas along One Belt One Road in 2010. The original gridded popution is spatially downscaled from census data and multisource data by the random forest method. Accurate population data at finer scale are fundamental for a broad range of applications by governments, nongovernmental organizations, and companies, including the urban planing, election, risk estimation, disaster rescue, disease control, and poverty reduction.

0 2020-07-23