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题名: Historical water level change of Lake Weishan in East China from1758-1902 AD: relationship with the flooding of the Yellow River
作者: Fei, Jie ;  赖忠平 ;  He, Hong-Ming ;  Zhou, Jie
刊名: LIMNOLOGY
出版日期: 2012
卷号: 13, 期号:1, 页码:117-124
关键词: Lake Weishan ;  Historical water level change ;  1758-1902 AD ;  The Yellow
英文摘要: In order to understand high-resolution environmental changes, historical water level changes on decadal and centennial scales have been conventionally analyzed employing documentary records and lake sediments. However, annual records are still limited. Here we report the discovery of water level observations (up to monthly) in the historical literature of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912 AD). We reconstruct the chronologies of annual mean, maximum and minimum water level changes of Lake Weishan from 1758-1902 AD. The chronologies are compared with the precipitation data (dryness/wetness index data) of four stations in the vicinity of Lake Weishan (i.e., Heze, Jinan, Linyi and Xuzhou). We suggest that the annual water level changes are related to the amount of precipitation at the four stations. In addition, the flooding of the Yellow River significantly affects Lake Weishan, always resulting in extremely high annual mean, maximum and minimum water levels in the lake. The flooding in 1871 and 1873 AD even destroyed the banks between Lake Weishan-Zhaoyang-Nanyang and Lake Dushan, thus forming a united lake. In particular, we identify a high water level interval from 1851-1855 AD, just prior to the Yellow River channel change event in 1855 AD. In order to understand high-resolution environmental changes, historical water level changes on decadal and centennial scales have been conventionally analyzed employing documentary records and lake sediments. However, annual records are still limited. Here we report the discovery of water level observations (up to monthly) in the historical literature of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912 AD). We reconstruct the chronologies of annual mean, maximum and minimum water level changes of Lake Weishan from 1758-1902 AD. The chronologies are compared with the precipitation data (dryness/wetness index data) of four stations in the vicinity of Lake Weishan (i.e., Heze, Jinan, Linyi and Xuzhou). We suggest that the annual water level changes are related to the amount of precipitation at the four stations. In addition, the flooding of the Yellow River significantly affects Lake Weishan, always resulting in extremely high annual mean, maximum and minimum water levels in the lake. The flooding in 1871 and 1873 AD even destroyed the banks between Lake Weishan-Zhaoyang-Nanyang and Lake Dushan, thus forming a united lake. In particular, we identify a high water level interval from 1851-1855 AD, just prior to the Yellow River channel change event in 1855 AD.
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URI标识: http://ir.isl.ac.cn/handle/363002/2064
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Fei, Jie,Lai, Zhong-Ping,He, Hong-Ming,et al. Historical water level change of Lake Weishan in East China from1758-1902 AD: relationship with the flooding of the Yellow River[J]. LIMNOLOGY,2012,13(1):117-124.
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