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题名: Mid-Holocene climate variations recorded by palaeolake in marginal areaof east Asian monsoon: A multi-proxy study
作者: Long Hao ;  Tan Hongbin ;  Wang Naiang ;  Tan Liangcheng ;  Li Yu
刊名: CHINESE GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE
出版日期: 2007
卷号: 17, 期号:4, 页码:325-332
中文摘要: Traditionally, the mid-Holocene in most parts of China was thought to be warmer with higher precipitation, resulting from a strong Asian summer monsoon. However, some recent researches have proposed a mid-Holocene drought interval of millennial-scale in East Asian monsoon margin areas. Thus whether mid-Holocene was dry or humid remains an open issue. Here, Zhuyeze palaeolake, the terminal lake of the Shiyang River Drainage lying in Asian monsoon marginal areas, was selected for reconstructing the details of climate variations during the Holocene, especially mid-Holocene, on the basis of a sedimentological analysis. Qingtu Lake (QTL) section of 6.92m depth was taken from Zhuyeze palacolake. Multi-proxy analysis of QTL section, including grain size, carbonate, TOC, C/N and delta C-13 of organic matter, was used to document regional climatic changes during 9-3 cal ka B.P. The record shows a major environmental change at 9.0-7.8 cal ka B.P., attributed to a climate trend towards warmth and humidity. This event was followed by a typical regional drought event which occurred during 7.8-7.5 cal ka B.P. And a warm and humid climate prevailed from 7.5 to 5.0 cal ka B.P., attributed to the warm/humid Holocene Optimum in this region. After that, the climate gradually became drier. Moreover, comparison of the climate record from this paper with the summer insolation at 30 degrees N indicates that the climate pattern reflecting the Asian monsoon changes was caused by insolation change. Traditionally, the mid-Holocene in most parts of China was thought to be warmer with higher precipitation, resulting from a strong Asian summer monsoon. However, some recent researches have proposed a mid-Holocene drought interval of millennial-scale in East Asian monsoon margin areas. Thus whether mid-Holocene was dry or humid remains an open issue. Here, Zhuyeze palaeolake, the terminal lake of the Shiyang River Drainage lying in Asian monsoon marginal areas, was selected for reconstructing the details of climate variations during the Holocene, especially mid-Holocene, on the basis of a sedimentological analysis. Qingtu Lake (QTL) section of 6.92m depth was taken from Zhuyeze palacolake. Multi-proxy analysis of QTL section, including grain size, carbonate, TOC, C/N and delta C-13 of organic matter, was used to document regional climatic changes during 9-3 cal ka B.P. The record shows a major environmental change at 9.0-7.8 cal ka B.P., attributed to a climate trend towards warmth and humidity. This event was followed by a typical regional drought event which occurred during 7.8-7.5 cal ka B.P. And a warm and humid climate prevailed from 7.5 to 5.0 cal ka B.P., attributed to the warm/humid Holocene Optimum in this region. After that, the climate gradually became drier. Moreover, comparison of the climate record from this paper with the summer insolation at 30 degrees N indicates that the climate pattern reflecting the Asian monsoon changes was caused by insolation change.
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URI标识: http://ir.isl.ac.cn/handle/363002/2277
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Long Hao,Tan Hongbin,Wang Naiang,et al. Mid-Holocene climate variations recorded by palaeolake in marginal areaof east Asian monsoon: A multi-proxy study[J]. CHINESE GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE,2007,17(4):325-332.
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