Ground water level dataset in Hulugou sub-basin of Heihe River Basin (2011)

Ground water level dataset in Hulugou sub-basin of Heihe River Basin (2011)

1. Data overview:

This data set is the daily scale groundwater level data of Qilian station from November 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011. In October 2011, two groundwater monitoring wells were arranged in hulugou small watershed. Well 1 is located beside the general control hydrological section of hulugou watershed, with a depth of 12.8m and an aperture of 12cm. Well 2 is located in the east of the Delta, about 100m away from the river, with a depth of 14.7m and an aperture of 12cm. 2. Data content:

U20hobo water level sensor is arranged in the groundwater well, which is mainly used to monitor the change of groundwater level and temperature in hulugou small watershed. The data content is the temperature and atmospheric pressure inside the hole, and the data is the daily scale data.

3. Space time scope:

Geographic coordinates of well 1: longitude: longitude: 99 ° 53 ′ E; latitude: 38 ° 16 ′ n; altitude: 2974m (near the hydrological section at the outlet of the basin). Geographic coordinates of well 2: longitude: 99 ° 52 ′ E; latitude: 38 ° 15 ′ n; altitude: 3204.1m (east side of the East Branch of the delta).

File naming and required software

Excel format storage

Data Citations Data citation guideline What's data citation?
Cite as:

Han, C., Chen, R., Song, Y., Liu, J., Yang, Y., Qing, W., Liu, Z. (2015). Ground water level dataset in Hulugou sub-basin of Heihe River Basin (2011). A Big Earth Data Platform for Three Poles, DOI: 10.3972/heihe.085.2013.db. CSTR: 18406.11.heihe.085.2013.db. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

Related Literatures:

1. Chen, R.S., Song, Y.X., Kang, E.S., Han, C.T., Liu, J.F., Yang, Y., Qing, W.W., &Liu, Z.W. (2014). A Cryosphere-Hydrology Observation System in a Small Alpine Watershed in the Qilian Mountains of China and Its Meteorological Gradient. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 46(2), 505-523.( View Details | Download | Bibtex)

2. Han, C.T., Chen, R.S., Liu, Z.W., Yang, Y., Liu, J.F., Song, Y.X., Wang, L., Liu, G.H., Guo, S.H.,, & Wang, X.Q. (2018). Cryospheric Hydrometeorology Observation in the Hulu Catchment (CHOICE), Qilian Mountains, China. Vadose Zone Journal, 17(1), 1-18.( View Details | Bibtex)

Using this data, the data citation is required to be referenced and the related literatures are suggested to be cited.

References literature

1.Yang Yong,Chen Rensheng, Han Chuntan, Qing Wenwu. Measurement and estimation of the summertime daily evapotranspiration on alpine meadow in the Qilian Mountains, Northwest China,Environmental Earth Sciences. 2012, DOI 10.1007/s12665-012-1907-5. (View Details )

2.Liu, Z.W., Chen, R.S., Song, Y.X., &Han, C.T. Characteristics of rainfall interception for four typical shrubs in Qilian Mountain. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2012, 32( 4) : 1337-1346. (View Details )

Support Program

None (No:91025011)

None (No:91125013)

Copyright & License

To respect the intellectual property rights, protect the rights of data authors, expand services of the data center, and evaluate the application potential of data, data users should clearly indicate the source of the data and the author of the data in the research results generated by using the data (including published papers, articles, data products, and unpublished research reports, data products and other results). For re-posting (second or multiple releases) data, the author must also indicate the source of the original data.

License: This work is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

Related Resources

Current page automatically show English comments Show comments in all languages

Download Follow
Geographic coverage
East: 99.90 West: 99.90
South: 38.30 North: 38.30
  • File size: 0.02 MB
  • Views: 9462
  • Downloads: 51
  • Access: Requestable
  • Temporal coverage: 2011-11-11 To 2012-01-10
  • Updated time: 2021-04-19
: HAN Chuntan   CHEN Rensheng   SONG Yaoxuan   LIU Junfeng   YANG Yong   QING Wenwu   LIU Zhangwen  

Distributor: A Big Earth Data Platform for Three Poles


Export metadata