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A proposed project on Integrated Study in semi-arid East Asia. Ailikun , Congbin FU International Program Office. Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional study (MAIRS). The 2 nd AMY’08 workshop, 3-4 Sep, Bali. Main Types of Land Cover and Land Use in Arid and Semi-arid China in 1980. forest.

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a proposed project on integrated study in semi arid east asia

A proposed project on Integrated Study in semi-arid East Asia

Ailikun, Congbin FU

International Program Office

Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional study (MAIRS)

The 2nd AMY’08 workshop, 3-4 Sep, Bali

main types of land cover and land use in arid and semi arid china in 1980

Main Types of Land Cover and Land Use in Arid and Semi-arid China in 1980

forest

grassland

Desert and

Gobi

Arid China

Semi arid China

Dry farmland

Paddy field

grassland

by Zhang, Ailikun et. al,.2007

key scientific issues of arid semi arid study

Key Scientific Issues of Arid/semi-arid Study

  • Relationships of global warming, monsoon climate change and aridity
  • Land surface processes and regional water balance/water cycle
  • Impacts of global warming,climate change and human activity to the ecosystem in the region
  • Physical/Chemical characteristics of dust aerosol and aerosol-cloud-precipitation process
the difficulties for arid semi arid study

The Difficulties for Arid/Semi-arid Study

  • Complicated topography and landscape.
  • Bad simulation in both GCM and RCM
  • Lack of high resolution observation data
  • The facts and mechanism of Water balance and water cycle are not clear
  • Field observing stations are running by various institutes and organizations, no data sharing or exchanging system
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Nationalworkshop of Integrated Study over Arid/semi-arid China, 27-29 Jun, 2007, Beijing

  • Supported by Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Association of Science and Technology, National Science Foundation of China
  • Participants: Lanzhou University; CAS (6)—Institute of Atmospheric Physics/IAP, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute/CAREERI, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources research/IGSNRR, Institute of Soil and Water Conservation, Institute of Botany, Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography; Chinese Meteorological Administration(7)—Gansu Bureau, Xiniang Bureau, Shanxi Bureau, Ningxia Bureau, Shanxi Bureau, Jilin Bureau, Inner Mongolia Bureau.
  • Co-Organized by MAIRS IPO and RCE-TEA
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Main outputs of this workshop

  • Identifying the key issues of integrated study in Arid/semi-arid China
  • Building of “The Integrated Observing Network in Arid/semi-arid China” by using the existing observing stations.
  • Integration of ground observations on Land-surface processes, hydrological cycle, aerosol and ecosystem.
  • Trying to have an joint enhanced observing period during Mar-Sep, 2008
  • This activity will be the national contribute to MAIRS program from China
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1)Dingxi 2)Zhangye 3)Wuwei 4)Jinzhou 5)Steppe in Inner Mongolia 6)Pingliang 7)Maqu 8)Tongyu 9)Yuzhong10)Akesu 11)Wulanwusu 12)Chnagwu 13)Fukang 14)Xilinhaote 15)Qilian 16)Dayekou

AWS

Distribution of ground meteorology and radiation observing stations (16) in arid/semi-arid China

2 CEOP stations in Mongolia

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Parameter

Station

Air Pressure

Cropland in Jinzhou, Steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote, Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei

Air Temperature

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Relative Humidity

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Wind Speed

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Wind Direction

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Precipitation

cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote, Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei (from nearby meteorological stations)

Snow Depth

cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Dayekou, Qilian

1, Details of ground AWS stations

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Incoming Shortwave

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Outgoing Shortwave

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Incoming Longwave

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Outgoing Longwave

Net Radiation

Cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian

Surface Temperature

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Tongyu

Pan-Evaporation

Cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia

1, Details of ground AWS observations

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1)Dingxi 2)Zhangye 3)Wuwei 4)Jinzhou 5)Steppe in Inner Mongolia 6)Pingliang 7)Maqu 8)Tongyu 9)Yuzhong 10)Akesu 11)Wulanwusu 12)Changwu 13)Fukang 14)Xilinhaote 15)Shache 16)Dingxin

PBL Tower

Flux PAM

Distribution of PBL towers (12) and surface flux (15) observing stations in arid/semi-arid China

2 CEOP stations in Mongolia

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Parameter

station

Air Temperature

Dingxi(2), Zhangye(2), cropland in Jinzhou(2), steppe in Inner Mongolia(2), Pingliang(1), Maqu(5), Yuzhong(7), Dingxin(5), Tongyu(5), Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Relative Humidity

Dingxi(2), Zhangye(2), cropland in Jinzhou(2), steppe in Inner Mongolia(2), Pingliang(1), Maqu(5), Yuzhong(7), Dingxin(5), Tongyu(5), Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Wind Speed

Dingxi(2), Zhangye(2), cropland in Jinzhou(2), steppe in Inner Mongolia(2), Pingliang(1), Maqu(5), Yuzhong(7), Dingxin(5), Tongyu(5), Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Wind Direction

Dingxi(2), Zhangye(2), cropland in Jinzhou(2), steppe in Inner Mongolia(2), Pingliang(1), Maqu(5), Yuzhong(1), Dingxin(5), Tongyu(5), Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Incoming Shortwave

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dingxin, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Outgoing Shortwave

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dingxin, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

2, Details of PBL tower observations

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Incoming Longwave

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dingxin, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Outgoing Longwave

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dingxin, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Net Radiation

cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia,

Air Pressure

cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dingxin, Tongyu,

Precipitation

cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dingxin, Tongyu,

Surface Temperature

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Dingxin, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

2, Details of PBL tower stations

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Parameter

Station

Sensible Heat Flux

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Shache, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

Latent Heat Flux

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Shache, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang, Xilinhaote

CO2 Flux

Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei, cropland in Jinzhou, steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Tongyu, Changwu, Fukang

3, Details of surface flux observations

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1)Dingxi 2)Zhangye 3)Wuwei 4)Jinzhou 5)Steppe in inner Mongolia 6)Pingliang 7)Maqu 8)Tongyu 9)Yuzhong10)Akesu 11)Wulanwusu 12)Dayekou 13)Qilian 14)Changwu 15)Fukang 16)Xilinhaote 17)Taiyuan

SMTMS

Ecology

Aerosol

Distribution of soil moisture/temperature (15), ecology(5) and aerosol (4) observing stations in arid/semi-arid China

2 CEOP stations in Mongolia (SMTMS)

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Parameter

Station

Soil Temperature

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu

Soil Moisture

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu

Soil Heat Flux

Dingxi, Zhangye, cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia, Pingliang, Maqu, Yuzhong, Akesu, Wulanwusu, Dayekou, Qilian, Tongyu

4, Details of soil temp. and moisture observations

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Parameter

station

Photosynthesis characteristic parameters of dominant plant

Cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia, Dingxi

Leaf area index (LAI)

Cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia, Dingxi, Zhangye, Wuwei

Individual plant height

Cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia

Biomass and productivity for aboveground and underground at different layers

Cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia (harvestry method)

Species composition

Cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia

Soil respiration

Cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia (soil respiration box)

Soil physical and chemical characteristics

Cropland in Jinzhou, typical steppe in Inner Mongolia

evapotranspiration

Dingxi, Wuwei (lysimeter)

5, Details of ecosystem observations

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Parameter

Station

Aerosol, Water Vapor

And Ozone

Yuzhong at Lanzhou University (Multispectral sun spectrophotometer)

Cloud and Aerosol

Yuzhong at Lanzhou University (Micropulse Lidar)

Cloud and Aerosol

Yuzhong at Lanzhou University (Micro Lidar)

GREEM180(PM10、2.5、1.0)

Xilinhaote, Taiyuan (Lidar, PM2.5)

Black carbon apparatus

Xilinhaote

Turbiditor

Xilinhaote

Sun spectrophotometer

Xilinhaote

PM2.5 mass/chemical composition

Tongyu (Aerosol sample apparatus)

PM2.5 black carbon aerosol concentration

Tongyu (Carbon gray apparatus)

6, Details of aerosol observations

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