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.
GE Yong LI Qiangzi DONG Wen
"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."
"One belt, one road" along the lines of risk rating, credit risk rating and Moodie's national sovereignty rating reflects the structure of sovereign risk in every country. The rating of Moodie's national sovereignty is from the highest Aaa to the lowest C level, and there are twenty-one levels. Data source: organized by the author. Data quality is good. The rating level is divided into two parts, including investment level and speculation level. AAA level is the highest, which is the sovereign rating of excellent level. It means the highest credit quality and the lowest credit risk. The interest payment has sufficient guarantee and the principal is safe. The factors that guarantee the repayment of principal and interest are predictable even if they change. The distribution position is stable. C is the lowest rating, indicating that it cannot be used for real investment.
It is summarized that the agricultural and socio-economic status of the five Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan) in 2016. This data comes from the statistical yearbook of five Central Asian countries, including six elements: total population, cultivated land area, grain production area, GDP, proportion of agricultural GDP to total GDP, proportion of industrial GDP to total GDP, and forest area. Detailed statistics of the six socio-economic elements of the five Central Asian countries. It can be seen from the statistics that there are different emphases among the six elements of the five Central Asian countries. This data provides basic data for the project, facilitates the subsequent analysis of the ecological and social situation in Central Asia, and provides data support for the project data analysis.
Gridded population with 100m spaital resolution of the 34 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.
GE Yong LING Feng
This dataset, based on night light data and macro statistical data, uses remote sensing inversion method（1km*1km）to obtain the poverty rate in different regions within each country. It has three advantages. a) The calculation unit can be adjusted according to the boundaries of administrative regions to reflect the poverty rate of sub-regions within the large country and scale, which is rare in statistically data. b) The survey and summary cycle limits the updating of national and sub-regional poverty rate, while the method based on night light data is more convenient. c) Due to the continuous annual data of night light, the difficulty of obtaining regional poverty rate in a long period was overcome. In view of the three outstanding advantages mentioned above, this data set can support to achieve the research subjects and provide scientific data for understanding the basic situation of poverty along the Silk Roads.
Qian ZHANG Linxiu ZHANG
According to the characteristics of the Qinghai Tibet Plateau and the principles of scientificity, systematization, integrity, operability, measurability, conciseness and independence, the human activity intensity evaluation index system suitable for the Qinghai Tibet Plateau has been constructed, which mainly includes the main human activities such as agricultural and animal husbandry activities, industrial and mining development, urbanization development, tourism activities, major ecological engineering construction, pollutant discharge, etc, On the basis of remote sensing data, ground observation data, meteorological data and social statistical yearbook data, the positive and negative effects of human activities are quantitatively evaluated by AHP, and the intensity and change characteristics of human activities are comprehensively evaluated. The data can not only help to enhance the understanding of the role of human activities in the vegetation change in the sensitive areas of global change, but also provide theoretical basis for the sustainable development of social economy in the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, and provide scientific basis for protecting the ecological environment of the plateau and building a national ecological security barrier.
FAN Jiangwen XIN Liangjie ZHANG Haiyan YUAN Xiu
1) data content: social and economic data of major countries and regions in the pan third polar region, including four categories: urbanization index, economic and industrial index, population index and social index, including urbanization rate, total population, population in the largest city, population, GDP, life expectancy and other indicators in the urban agglomeration with population over 1 million; 2) data source and processing method: data source World Bank, 65 countries and regions of Pan third pole are extracted, others are not processed; 3) data quality description: some data are missing from 1960-1992; 4) data application results and prospects: it can be used for urbanization and other socio-economic analysis.
This data includes future population and GDP estimates based on the SSP2 scenario at the Mekong basin grid scale. The data comes from the global population projection data with a spatial resolution of 5 minutes (about 10km) and the GDP projection data with a spatial resolution of 0.5 degrees (about 50km) provided by the ISIMIP. The method of spatial interpolation is used to get 0.25-degree population projection data from 5-min population projection, and 0.5-degree GDP projection data is downscaled to obtain the 0.25 degree GDP data. The data provided by ISIMIP has passed the data with good quality control, and has not been further verified after data interpolation. The data can be used for the socio-economic impact assessment of climate change and extreme climate events in the Mekong River Basin.
The data includes 30 items of data in four categories: basic information, comprehensive economy, agriculture and industry, education, health and social security in Qinghai Province and Tibet Autonomous Region. It covers the basic data reflecting human activities, such as population, employees, industrial output value, agricultural machinery power, facility agriculture, etc. of the main county administrative units of the Qinghai Tibet Plateau. The data are sorted out according to the statistical yearbook data of China's counties from 2001 to 2018. For the convenience of application, the data of Qinghai and Tibet are independently tabulated and included in the data of each year. The data can be used to analyze human activities and social and economic development in the county, as well as agricultural and rural development and change process.
The data set includes: population and GDP data of the arctic (1990-2015) and county-level population and GDP data of the third pole region (gansu, qinghai and Tibet) (1970-2016). Socio-economic statistical attributes include: population (ten thousand), GDP (ten thousand yuan), total industrial and agricultural output (ten thousand yuan), total agricultural output (ten thousand yuan), and total industrial output (ten thousand yuan). The arctic population data are mainly derived from the world populationProspects: 2017 revision by the Department of economic and social affairs, which divides the total population by region and country. The data of the third pole mainly refer to the statistical yearbook of gansu province, qinghai province and Tibet autonomous region.County records of gansu, qinghai and Tibet autonomous regions.
Department of Economic and Social Affairs National Bureau of Statistics Qinghai Provincial Bureau of Statistics
This dataset is the population index, which includes the dataset of Qinghai Province and Tibet Autonomous Region. It can be used for the coupling coordination relationship between urbanization and eco-environment in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. The time span in Tibet Autonomous Region is 1995-2016. Permanent residents is based on the population census and the annual population change sampling survey. In addition to the total permanent population, the data were also calculated by gender and urban and rural areas. The time span is from 1952 to 2015 in Qinghai Province, and the indices are resident population, birth, death and natural increase. All data is from the statistical yearbook.
The data set is the population data of countries along the "One Belt And One Road" from 1960 to 2017. Population is a social entity with complex contents and a variety of social relations. It has gender, age and natural composition, as well as a variety of social composition and social relations, as well as economic composition and economic relations. The birth, death and marriage of population are in family relations, ethnic relations, economic relations, political relations and social relations. All social activities, social relations, social phenomena and social problems are related to the process of population development. In the coordinated development of "One Belt And One Road" China and other countries, it can provide important references for the planning and implementation of national policies and programs, thus accelerating the economic development of all countries.
The socio-economic development data set of Qilian mountain basin includes the socio-economic development indicators of 5 prefecture level cities and 14 districts and counties in 1949-2015, such as industrial structure, population scale, labor force, employment, etc. They are the data subsets of social and economic development of prefecture level cities in Qilian mountain basin and county level cities in Qilian mountain basin. The data comes from Gansu statistical yearbook, Gansu Development Yearbook, Qinghai statistical yearbook, Qinghai national economic and social development statistical bulletin, national agricultural product cost and income data compilation, Xining statistical yearbook. As the data source is the provincial and Municipal Statistical Yearbook published publicly, the data has not been cross verified, and the data consistency test and accuracy verification need to be carried out in the process of data analysis and application. The data set is a macro data set reflecting the social and economic development of Qilian mountain basin, with full coverage and long time series. It can provide basic information for the changes of social and economic development of Qilian mountain basin.
This data set contains statistical tables on the community situation of each county in Three-River-Source National Park. The specific contents include: Table 1 includes: number of administrative villages, number of natural villages, number of households, population, number of rural labor force, total value of primary and secondary industries, net income per capita, and number of livestock. Table 2 includes: the ethnic composition of the population (population of each ethnic group), education-related statistics (number of primary and secondary schools and number of students), health-related statistics (number of hospitals, health rooms and medical personnel), and statistics on the education level of the population (number of people with different education levels); Table 3 includes: the grassland (total grassland area, usable grassland area, moderately degraded area and grassland vegetation coverage), woodland (total area, arbor forest area, shrub forest area and sparse forest area), water area (total area, river area, lake area, glacier area, snowy mountain area and wetland area). A total of four counties were designed: Maduo, Qumalai, Zaduo and Zhiduo. This data comes from statistics of government departments.
National Bureau of Statistics
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.
One belt, one road, in 2017, the proportion of religious population in 64 countries is the total population. 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 area, and the other two. The first one is to make contributions to the systematic research and comprehensive application of the whole area.
The dataset records 1960-2017 years of urban population statistics in 65 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 3 tables: (1))Urban population;(2)Urban population (% of total population;(3)Urban population growth (annual %).
The dataset records 1960-2017 years of rural population statistics in 65 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 3 tables: (1))Rural population;(2)Rural population (% of total population;(3)Rural population growth (annual %).
The data set records the total socio-demographic data of five central Asian countries from 1991 to 2017.Population indicators including annual population, estimated life expectancy, total fertility rate (1000 people), and total mortality (1000 people), infant mortality, maternal mortality, the total marriage rates, the overall divorce rate, migration of all flow balance, the number of medical institutions, hospital beds (m), the number of preschool institutions (a), kindergarten school student number (m) number, number of middle school, high school students (m), the number of the university, the number of students, institutions of higher learning, the number of students of institutions of higher learning.The data are from the statistical yearbooks of five central Asian countries.
HUANG Jinchuan MA Haitao