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From:Earth System Science Data (Vol. 14, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedMonitoring the thermal state of permafrost (TSP) is important in many environmental science and engineering applications. However, such data are generally unavailable, mainly due to the lack of ground observations and...
From:Earth System Science Data (Vol. 14, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedBed-material sediment particle size data, particularly the median sediment particle size (D50), are critical for understanding and modeling riverine sediment transport. However, sediment particle size observations are...
From:Earth System Science Data (Vol. 14, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedDeveloping a big data analytics framework for generating the Long-term Gap-free High-resolution Air Pollutant concentration dataset (abbreviated as LGHAP) is of great significance for environmental management and Earth...
From:Earth System Science Data (Vol. 14, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThe weak-wind stable boundary layer (wwSBL) is poorly described by theory and breaks basic assumptions necessary for observations of turbulence. Understanding the wwSBL requires distributed observations capable of...
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