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  • Data comprise results of social surveys carried out in China during 2016 – 2018 to environmental scientists and the local stakeholders (farmers and village to county level officials) to understand their knowledge learning dynamics and preference. Surveys were conducted in the rural villages in Puding County, Guizhou Province, Changwu County, Shaanxi Province, and Yujiang County, Jiangxi Province. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • The data represent a quantitative measure of aboveground (vegetation) biomass, organic carbon content and aboveground (vegetation) carbon from 144 vegetation samples collected across ten UK saltmarshes between 2019 and 2020. Sites were chosen to represent contrasting habitat types in the United Kingdom, in particular sediment types, vegetation, and sea level history. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • The data contains location and x,y,z accelerometer readings from trackers embedded into 23 boulders in the upper Bhote Koshi catchment, Nepal before the 2019 monsoon season. The data was transmitted in real time via a long-range wide-area network (LoRaWAN®) gateway to a server. The data presented cover the period May 2019 to October 2019. The data from this study was used to demonstrate how cost-effective technology can be used to monitor boulder movement in hazard-prone sites, and to show the potential for active sensors connected through a long-range wide-area network (LoRaWAN®) to be used in an early warning system in the future. Data was collected by the data authors. This was carried out as part the BOULDER: Accounting for BOUlders in Landslide-flood Disaster Evaluation and Resilience project, funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), Award reference NE/S005951/1 Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • Seedlings were grown in soil collected from an experiment at Hambleton Forest, North Yorkshire. Soils originated from plots containing either Scots pine or birch monocultures, or a mixture of both species. In the lab, pairs of seedlings of birch and Scots pine were grown as monocultures and mixtures from each of the three plot treatments. The data represent the biomass, leaf C:N ratio and mycorrhizal status determined after 20 weeks. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • This dataset collection contains datasets relating to the figures found in the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) Chapter 3: Human influence on the climate system. When using datasets from this collection please use the citation indicated in each specific dataset rather than the citation for the entire collection. Figure datasets related to this collection: - data for Figure 3.2 - data for Figure 3.3 - data for Figure 3.4 - data for Figure 3.5 - data for Figure 3.6 - data for Figure 3.7 - data for Figure 3.8 - data for Figure 3.9 - data for Figure 3.10 - data for Figure 3.11 - data for Figure 3.12 - data for Figure 3.13 - data for Figure 3.14 - data for Figure 3.15 - data for Figure 3.16 - data for Figure 3.17 - data for Figure 3.18 - data for Figure 3.19 - data for Figure 3.20 - data for Figure 3.21 - data for Figure 3.22 - data for Figure 3.23 - data for Figure 3.24 - data for Figure 3.25 - data for Figure 3.26 - data for Figure 3.27 - input data for Figure 3.27 - data for Figure 3.28 - input data for Figure 3.28 - data for Figure 3.29 - data for Figure 3.30 - data for Figure 3.31 - data for Figure 3.32 - data for Figure 3.33 - data for Figure 3.34 - data for Figure 3.35 - data for Figure 3.36 - data for Figure 3.37 - data for Figure 3.38 - data for Figure 3.39 - data for Figure 3.40 - data for Figure 3.41 - data for Figure 3.42 - data for Figure 3.43 - data for Figure 3.44 - data for Cross-Chapter Box 3.1.1 - data for Cross-Chapter Box 3.2.1 - data for FAQ 3.1, Figure 1 - data for FAQ 3.2., Figure 1 - data for FAQ 3.3, Figure 1

  • This collection of data comprises an updated version of the European Space Agency (ESA) Water Vapour Climate Change Initiative (Water Vapour_cci) Total Column Water Vapour over land, Climate Data Record 1 (TCWV-land (CDR1)). It comprises four datasets providing daily and monthly averages at 0.5 and 0.05 degree resolution respectively. This is an updated version of the previous v3.1 version of the data which corrects an issue with the filtering of the data.

  • The dataset includes six files of UK physical river characteristics including five files of gridded data at 1km × 1km resolution and one comma separated table. The data includes: • Drainage directions (D8 flow method), ESRI coding • Drainage directions (D8 flow method), unifhy (python hydrology framework) coding • Catchment areas (km2) • Widths of bankfull rivers (m) • Depths of bankfull rivers (m) • NRFA gauging station locations (easting (m), northing (m)) Two versions of drainage directions are provided, both have the same drainage directions but different numbering systems. The comma separated NRFA (National River Flow Archive) gauging station locations table provides the best locations of 1499 river flow gauging stations on the 1km grids, together with the approximate error in the 1km × 1km gridded delineation of the upstream catchment area. All datasets are provided on the British National Grid. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • [This dataset is embargoed until December 1, 2024]. The data contains variables related to the diversity and structure of plant communities of cattle-grazed and burned old-growth grasslands and ungrazed and unburned old-growth grasslands located in the northern region of the Cerrado, specifically in the municipality of São Félix do Tocantins, state of Tocantins, Brazil, collected in March and April 2022. Data were collected in 100 plots of 1-m² distributed over ten old-growth grasslands (10 plots per site), of which five were grazed and burned and five ungrazed and unburned. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • These data are derived from a dust leaching experiment, an in-lake mesocosm experiment and from sediment cores obtained from lakes in the Kangerlussuaq area of West Greenland. The dust leaching experiment was set up in 2017 and the data show which elements and ions were leached from dust into different types of waters. The in-lake mesocosm experiment applied dust over a two week period in July 2018 resulting in chemical and algal pigment data. Data on chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments are presented from sediment cores sampled from six lakes 2017 and sectioned into 0.5-1cm intervals. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • The data consists of estimated hourly average inflow discharge (m3s-1) and water temperature (°C) of the inflow of the inner basin of Elterwater (lat: 54.428, long: -3.034) from January 2012 to December 2019. The work was supported by the Natural Environment Research Council (Grant NE/ L002604/1). Full details about this dataset can be found at