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Climatic differences in China during the Holocene indicted by the various climatic proxy data from different parts of China / Yuanqing He, Tandong Yao, Yongping Shen, Zhonglin Zhang, Tuo Chen, Dian Zhang.

Title: Climatic differences in China during the Holocene indicted by the various climatic proxy data from different parts of China / Yuanqing He, Tandong Yao, Yongping Shen, Zhonglin Zhang, Tuo Chen, Dian Zhang.
Author(s): He, Yuanqing.
Yao, Tandong.
Shen, Yongping.
Zhang, Zhonglin.
Chen, Tuo.
Zhang, Dian.
Date: 2002.
Language: Chinese.
In: Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology. (2002.), Vol. 25(1) (2002)
Abstract: Examines climatic variations in China during Holocene, comparing records from two ice cores from Tibetan plateau, Guliya (western Kunlun Shan) and Dunde (north-eastern plateau), with each other and other proxy data such as loess, pollen from lake sediments, and lake and sea level changes from different parts of China. Discusses details and trends in ice core δ¹⁸O records and compares with those from cores in Greenland and Peruvian Andes, and Northern Hemisphere marine sediments. Reports Guliya and Dunde Holocene climate records inconsistent; Guliya record corresponds closely to those from other cores and deep sea sediments, and probably reflects global climate trends, whereas Dunde record is more complex, more associated with other proxy climate data in Eastern and middle parts of China and influenced by prevailing monsoon during Holocene megathermal.
Notes:

Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology. Vol. 25(1) :11-18 (2002).

English summary and captions.

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.324 -- Land ice.
551.58 -- Climatology.
551.582 -- Climatology of particular places.
551.583.3 -- Climatic changes, Quaternary: Holocene.
556.555.6 -- Lakes, sediments.
551.461.2 -- Sea level, fluctuations.
546.21 -- Oxygen.
54.027 -- Isotope analysis.
551.524 -- Air temperature.
581.081.3 -- Pollen analysis.
551.352/.353 -- Marine sediments, deep sea.
551.311.33 -- Loess.
550.382.3 -- Rocks and minerals, magnetic properties.
E9 -- Glaciology: meteorology and climatology.
(235.23) -- Kun-Lun Shan.
(235.24) -- Himalayas. Karakorum. Tibetan plateau.
(510) -- People's Republic of China.
(515) -- Tibet.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(238.1) -- Andes.
SPRI record no.: 168349

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