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Supporting Information and Data for the paper: “Spatially explicit inventory of sources of nitrogen inputs to the Yellow Sea, East China Sea and South China Sea for the period 1970-2010”

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posted on 31.08.2020, 21:54 by Junjie WangJunjie Wang, A.F. (Alexander) Bouwman, A.H.W. (Arthur) Beusen, X. (Xiaochen) Liu, R. (Rita) van Dingenen, F. (Frank) Dentener
This dataset is Supporting Information for MS #2020EF001516 entitled “Spatially explicit inventory of sources of nitrogen inputs to the Yellow Sea, East China Sea and South China Sea for the period 1970-2010” in Earth's Future.The Supporting Information provides other details besides the main text to support this study, including statistical data on population and food production, method schemes, model validation results, information on the study area, modelled results of nitrogen delivery to surface waters, nitrogen retention loads in river basins and nitrogen inputs from each external source and their spatial distributions in the coast, and reported eutrophication status and red tide outbreaks in Chinese seas. Movies and modelled output data are in separate files and briefly described in this text.

Funding

China Scholarship Council Grant Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) [No.201806330024]

Earth and life sciences (ALW) Open Programme 2016 project [No.476 ALWOP.230]

Green Card Talents project financed by Ocean University of China [No.841912031]

support from PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency through in-kind contributions to The New Delta 2014 ALW projects [No. 869.15.014]

support from PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency through in-kind contributions to The New Delta 2014 ALW projects [No. 869.15.015]

History

Publisher

4TU.ResearchData

Time coverage

1970-2010

Geolocation

Bohai Sea/Yellow Sea; East China Sea; South China Sea.

Format

media types: application/pdf, application/zip, image/gif, text/csv

Organizations

Utrecht University, Faculty of Geoscience, Department of Earth Sciences; Key Laboratory of Marine Chemistry Theory and Technology, Ministry of Education, Ocean University of China; PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Hague, The Netherlands; European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Ispra (VA), Italy