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Construction of Geoscience Data Sharing Platform for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

2020-12-24  |   Editor : houxue2018  
Category : NewsBiological


Data pertaining to the resources, environments, ecologies, and disasters of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is urgently required. It is also facing the application problem of unstructured integration and sharing of multi-source data. Aiming to construction of geoscience data sharing platform for CPEC, the project of "Research on information system and sharing platform of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor" hold a workshop recently.


Beijing, China, September 15, 2020. The Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences organized an exchange meeting on the construction of the Geoscience Data Sharing Platform of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Researchers from cooperative institutions participated in the meeting and reported their progress.

At present, the platform has produced multiple remote sensing data sets including night light images, multi-resolution images, and social economy. Next, the platform will systematize and standardize the compilation and integration of data resources including the long-time basic geography, land cover, natural resources, and ecosystems datasets, and thematic survey databases oriented complex regional environmental conditions.

The prototype platform (http://www.cpjrc.net) has completed the overall design, management system design and development, and integrated part of the data. Next step, the platform will integrate a variety of web service applications, realizing the user service functions including online access, one-stop download, tools and models sharing, and data processing and customizing, and constructing information sharing and knowledge service platforms for the CPEC.

The project is supported by China-Pakistan Joint Research Center on Earth Sciences, CAS-HEC.

Provided by the IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System

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