The vector dataset "Wenchuan Earthquake Zone - Townships" has been published by CEGRP, as a public domain dataset, free for all academic use. Created by Guoping Huang at the Harvard Center for Geographic Analysis, the Townships data were produced by hand-digitizing polygons based on scanned images of County basemaps, obtained from the free download section of the National Bureau of Surveying and Mapping.
GIS Vector Layer
Four GIS layers of hydrography, produced by the China National Fundamental GIS NFGIS. River names are provided in Chinese Characters (GBK Encoding).
CARMA, China Power Plant Emissions, China, 2000/ 2007/Future
All the data for this dataset is provided from CARMA: www.carma.org
This dataset provides information about Power Plants and their emissions in China. Power Plant emissions from all power plants in China were obtained by CARMA for the past (2000 Annual Report), the present (2007 data), and the future.
"Dams Chengdu, Dept of Geography, King's College, London."
Principal Investigator: Prof. Mark Mulligan
Polygons of county level units and districts extracted from the 2000 Census where death counts have been estimated up to May 29th 2008. Attribute table includes the Census Variables and the calculated Percentage of Deaths by Population. See Data Dictionary for more information.
Included in the archive are sample maps in JPG format.
See also the Township Boundaries for the Wenchuan Earthquake Zone.
Last updated on September 9th, 2008. Total 1016 events of magnitude 5 and higher.
Also includes KML version for GoogleEarth.
Impact zones based on distance from epicenters.
Now includes KML for GoogelEarth.
County Boundaries from the impace zone in Sichuan, Gansu, Shaanxi Provinces. Based on 1990 CITAS Data (distributed by CHGIS).
Also included, an ACCESS database containing tables of the complete County attributes statistical data (from the 1990 Census). These Statistics are part of the CITAS datasets, with data dictionary available here.
County Boundaries (2000) of Imapce Zone, with Population figures. Source: China Data Center
Buffer regions around the epicenter points of the earthquake.