The soil evaporation data of sub-alpine grasslands in Tianlaochi Catchment in Qilian Mountain (2013)

This data is soil evapotranspiration data of subalpine grassland in tianlaochi small watershed of Qilian Mountain. Lysimeter was used to observe soil evapotranspiration and provide basic data for the development of watershed evapotranspiration model. Six repeated experiments were conducted to observe the soil evapotranspiration of subalpine grassland during the whole growing season. At 8:00 and 20:00 every day, use an electronic scale with an accuracy of 1G to weigh the inner barrel. In case of rainfall, observe whether there is leakage in the leakage barrel. If there is leakage, measure the leakage water in the leakage barrel at the same time. Observation instrument: 1) standard 20 cm diameter rain gauge. 2) Lysimeter was made by ourselves (diameter 30.5cm, barrel height 28.5). 3) Electronic balance (accuracy 1g) is used to observe the weight change of lysimeter.

0 2020-03-10

The canopy interception data of Qinghai spruce in Tianlaochi Catchment in Qilian Mountain

The content is 32 rainfall interception data of Picea crassifolia forest from May 24 to September 3, 2013. The sample plot is set in Qinghai Spruce Forest with an altitude of 2800m, the sample plot size is 30m × 30m, 90 rain cones with a diameter of 20cm are arranged in the sample plot with an interval of 3M, and 20 water tanks with two specifications (I is 200cm * 20cm, II is 400cm * 20cm) are arranged to observe the interception data in the forest. A dsj2 (Tianjin Meteorological Instrument Factory) siphon rain gauge was set up in the open land about 50m away from the sample site to observe the rainfall and rainfall characteristics outside the forest. After the end of each precipitation event and the stop of penetrating rain in the forest, measure and record the water quantity in each rain cone with a rain gauge.

0 2020-03-10

Dataset of rainfall data at different altitudes for the 10-day period in the Tianlaochi Basin of the Qilian Mountains

Five different altitude zones were selected for this test. Their altitude, latitude and longitude are 3650 meters above sea level, latitude and longitude 99°55'24 E, 38°24'60" N; altitude of 3550 meters, latitude and longitude 99°55'28 E, 38°25'11" N; 3450 meters above sea level, longitude and latitude 99°55'38 E, 38°25'68" N; 3350 meters above sea level, longitude and latitude 99°55'37 E, 38°25'11" N; 3050 meters above sea level, longitude and latitude 99°55'42 E, 38°25'54" N. From May 31 to August 31, 2011, in the case of natural rainfall, the total rainfall was measured once every ten days using a rain gauge on five samples. To compare the difference in rainfall at different altitudes, it is necessary to combine the rainfall data observed by the project at the grassland weather station in 2011.

0 2020-03-06

Evaporation dataset by 20cm evaporation pan in grassland station of Sidalong sub-basin in Qilian Mountain (2012)

From May 25, 2012 to September 8, 2012, observation was made at 3100m grassland weather station in Tianlaochi watershed of Qilian mountain. The instrument was a 20cm evaporating dish, a round metal basin with a diameter of 20 cm and a height of 10 cm. The mouth of the basin was blade-shaped. In order to prevent birds and animals from drinking water, a trumpet-shaped wire mesh ring was sleeved on the upper part of the mouth. During measurement, the instrument shall be placed on the shelf with the mouth 70cm from the ground, and quantitative clear water shall be put in every day. After 24 hours, the remaining water quantity shall be measured by the dosage cup, and the reduced water quantity shall be the evaporation capacity. Data are daily evaporation from May 25, 2012 to September 8, 2012.

0 2020-03-04

Evaporation dataset by 20cm evaporation pan in grassland station of Sidalong Sub-Basin in Qilian Mountain (2011)

From June 10, 2011 to September 2, 2011, the observation instrument of 3100m grassland weather station in Tianlaochi watershed of Qilian mountain was a 20cm evaporating pan, a round metal basin with a diameter of 20 cm and a height of 10 cm, and the mouth of the basin was blade-shaped. In order to prevent birds and animals from drinking water, a trumpet-shaped wire mesh ring was set on the upper part of the mouth of the vessel. During measurement, the instrument shall be placed on the shelf with the mouth 70cm from the ground, and quantitative clear water shall be put in every day. After 24 hours, the remaining water quantity shall be measured by the dosage cup, and the reduced water quantity shall be the evaporation capacity. Data are daily evaporation from June 10, 2011 to September 2, 2011.

0 2020-03-04

The parameters data of radar inversion in Tianlaochi Catchment in Qilian Mountain (2013)

Leaf area index (LAI), as a structural parameter of vegetation canopy, is an important input parameter for many inversion models such as energy and biomass inversion model. Firstly, vegetation points and ground points are separated in Terrasolid software. Then the transmittance of laser points is calculated, and the transmittance is the proportion of ground points to all points. After laser pulse hits the canopy, some energy passes through the voids between branches and leaves and continues to move forward until the energy is blocked, so some laser points will finally reach the ground. In this study, the ratio of the energy passing through the avoids to the energy of the canopy is used as the Laser Penetration Index (LPI). The LPI of each sample point at each scale in the study area was calculated.

0 2019-09-14