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https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2019-224
https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2019-224
02 Jan 2020
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A dataset of distributed global water withdrawal from 1960 to 2017

Denghua Yan, Baisha Weng, Tianling Qin, Hao Wang, Xiangnan Li, Yuheng Yang, Kun Wang, Zhenyu Lv, Jianwei Wang, Meng Li, Shan He, Fang Liu, Shanshan Liu, Wuxia Bi, Ting Xu, Xiaoqing Shi, Zihao Man, Congwu Sun, Meiyu Liu, Mengke Wang, Yinghou Huang, Haoyu Long, Yongzhen Niu, Batsuren Dorjsuren, Mohammed Gedefaw, Abel Girma, and Asaminew Abiyu

Abstract. More and more high-resolution data sets are simulated worldwide and used in various research. However, in addition to the improvement in accuracy, the practical significance of the spatial distribution of data must also be considered. Considering that the most accurate water withdrawal data are mainly provided by the state, water is mainly concentrated on artificial surface and cultivated land. Whenever possible, using data published by regional or national governments and interpolating and extending them to specific land uses will maximize data accuracy. Based on this, we provide a set of water withdrawal intensity products from 1960 to 2017 distributed to the administrative units or the corresponding regions. The data set fills the gaps in the multi-year data set of the accurate intensity of water withdrawal. The datasets described in this article are publicly and freely available through the FigShare. The DOI for the data is https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.10012559.v1 (Yanetal.,2019).

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Denghua Yan, Baisha Weng, Tianling Qin, Hao Wang, Xiangnan Li, Yuheng Yang, Kun Wang, Zhenyu Lv, Jianwei Wang, Meng Li, Shan He, Fang Liu, Shanshan Liu, Wuxia Bi, Ting Xu, Xiaoqing Shi, Zihao Man, Congwu Sun, Meiyu Liu, Mengke Wang, Yinghou Huang, Haoyu Long, Yongzhen Niu, Batsuren Dorjsuren, Mohammed Gedefaw, Abel Girma, and Asaminew Abiyu

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Denghua Yan, Baisha Weng, Tianling Qin, Hao Wang, Xiangnan Li, Yuheng Yang, Kun Wang, Zhenyu Lv, Jianwei Wang, Meng Li, Shan He, Fang Liu, Shanshan Liu, Wuxia Bi, Ting Xu, Xiaoqing Shi, Zihao Man, Congwu Sun, Meiyu Liu, Mengke Wang, Yinghou Huang, Haoyu Long, Yongzhen Niu, Batsuren Dorjsuren, Mohammed Gedefaw, Abel Girma, and Asaminew Abiyu
Denghua Yan, Baisha Weng, Tianling Qin, Hao Wang, Xiangnan Li, Yuheng Yang, Kun Wang, Zhenyu Lv, Jianwei Wang, Meng Li, Shan He, Fang Liu, Shanshan Liu, Wuxia Bi, Ting Xu, Xiaoqing Shi, Zihao Man, Congwu Sun, Meiyu Liu, Mengke Wang, Yinghou Huang, Haoyu Long, Yongzhen Niu, Batsuren Dorjsuren, Mohammed Gedefaw, Abel Girma, and Asaminew Abiyu

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This paper provides a complete data set of global water withdrawal. There is almost no continuous long series of water withdrawal data globally. Moreover, most of the data released by international organizations is based on national scale and lacks finer regional data. Therefore, appropriate methods are needed to modify the data. This dataset has important practical significance in promoting the harmonious and sustainable development of economy and resources of the world.
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