The Yellow River is the second longest river in China, and the sediment problem of the Yellow River has attracted the attention of people all over the world. This data is based on the 1:4 million River vector map of the whole country, which is cut from the upper Yellow River basin boundary. River vector map is one of the key elements to extract basin boundary from topographic map, and it is also the key element to do flood and sediment evolution.
This map is stored in ArcGIS,. SHP file, including vector map of main stream and tributary from the source area of Yellow River to Toudaoguai. River vector map is one of the key elements to extract basin boundary from topographic map, and it is also the key element to do flood evolution and sediment evolution.
|collect time||2000/01/01 - 2009/01/01|
|data size||1.8 MB|
Vector map of 1:4 million rivers in China
According to the 1:4 million River vector map of China as the base map, it is cut by the upper Yellow River basin boundary
Because the gradient from sanhuhekou to Hekou town is very small, there is a certain error in the basin boundary.
|2||Boundary map of the upper Yellow River Basin|
|3||Digital elevation model of SRTM in the Yellow River Upstream|
|4||1: 1 million soil types map of the Yellow River Upstream|
|5||1:1 million soil database of the upper reaches of the Yellow River in 1995|
|6||Land use data of 1:100000 in 2000 in the upper reaches of the Yellow River|
|7||1:100000 Landuse data in the Yellow River Upstream of 2010|
|8||1:100000 Landuse data in the Yellow River Upstream of 1990|
|9||Data of 1:100000 land use in the upper reaches of the Yellow River in 2005|
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