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Late onset of the Holocene rainfall maximum in northeastern China inferred from a pollen record from the sediments of Tianchi Crater Lake
Liu, Xiaoyan1; Zhan, Tao2; Zhou, Xinying3; Wu, Haibin4; Li, Qin4; Zhao, Chao3; Qiao, Yansong5; Jiang, Shiwei1; Tu, Luyao1; Ma, Yongfa2; Zhang, Jun2; Jiang, Xia6; Lou, Benjun2; Zhang, Xiaolin1; Zhou, Xin1
2019-07-01
Source PublicationQUATERNARY RESEARCH
ISSN0033-5894
Volume92Issue:1Pages:133-145
AbstractThe timing of the Holocene summer monsoon maximum (HSMM) in northeastern China has been much debated and more quantitative precipitation records are needed to resolve the issue. In the present study, Holocene precipitation and temperature changes were quantitatively reconstructed from a pollen record from the sediments of Tianchi Crater Lake in northeastern China using a plant functional type-modern analogue technique (PFT-MAT). The reconstructed precipitation record indicates a gradual increase during the early to mid-Holocene and a HSMM at similar to 5500-3100 cal yr BP, while the temperature record exhibits a divergent pattern with a marked rise in the early Holocene and a decline thereafter. The trend of reconstructed precipitation is consistent with that from other pollen records in northeastern China, confirming the relatively late occurrence of the HSMM in the region. However, differences in the onset of the HSMM within northeastern China are also evident. No single factor appears to be responsible for the late occurrence of the HSMM in northeastern China, pointing to a potentially complex forcing mechanism of regional rainfall in the East Asian monsoon region. We suggest that further studies are needed to understand the spatiotemporal pattern of the HSMM in the region.
KeywordNortheastern China Holocene summer monsoon maximum Tianchi Crater lake Pollen-based quantitative reconstruction
DOI10.1017/qua.2018.137
Funding OrganizationNational Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS ; National Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS ; National Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS ; National Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS
WOS KeywordEAST-ASIAN MONSOON ; SUMMER MONSOON ; INNER-MONGOLIA ; QUANTITATIVE RECONSTRUCTION ; PRECIPITATION PATTERN ; MOISTURE EVOLUTION ; NORTHERN CHINA ; INDIAN-OCEAN ; DAIHAI LAKE ; NE CHINA
Language英语
Funding ProjectNational Basic Research Program of China[2015CB953802] ; National Science Foundation of China[41672159] ; National Science Foundation of China[41472149] ; National Science Foundation of China[41301040] ; Ministry of Land and Resources[201311137] ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS[2018498]
Funding OrganizationNational Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS ; National Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS ; National Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS ; National Basic Research Program of China ; National Science Foundation of China ; Ministry of Land and Resources ; Youth Innovation Promotion Association CAS
WOS Research AreaPhysical Geography ; Geology
WOS SubjectGeography, Physical ; Geosciences, Multidisciplinary
WOS IDWOS:000476591500009
PublisherCAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iggcas.ac.cn/handle/132A11/92920
Collection新生代地质与环境院重点实验室
Corresponding AuthorZhan, Tao; Zhou, Xinying; Zhang, Xiaolin; Zhou, Xin
Affiliation1.Univ Sci & Technol China, Sch Earth & Space Sci, Hefei 230026, Anhui, Peoples R China
2.Second Hydrogeol & Engn Geol Prospecting Inst Hei, Harbin 150030, Heilongjiang, Peoples R China
3.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Vertebrate Paleontol & Paleoanthropol, Key Lab Vertebrate Evolut & Human Origins, Beijing 100044, Peoples R China
4.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Geol & Geophys, Key Lab Cenozo Geol & Environm, Beijing 100029, Peoples R China
5.Chinese Acad Geol Sci, Inst Geomech, Beijing 100081, Peoples R China
6.Heilongjiang Bur Geol & Mineral Resources, Harbin 150036, Heilongjiang, Peoples R China
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Liu, Xiaoyan,Zhan, Tao,Zhou, Xinying,et al. Late onset of the Holocene rainfall maximum in northeastern China inferred from a pollen record from the sediments of Tianchi Crater Lake[J]. QUATERNARY RESEARCH,2019,92(1):133-145.
APA Liu, Xiaoyan.,Zhan, Tao.,Zhou, Xinying.,Wu, Haibin.,Li, Qin.,...&Zhou, Xin.(2019).Late onset of the Holocene rainfall maximum in northeastern China inferred from a pollen record from the sediments of Tianchi Crater Lake.QUATERNARY RESEARCH,92(1),133-145.
MLA Liu, Xiaoyan,et al."Late onset of the Holocene rainfall maximum in northeastern China inferred from a pollen record from the sediments of Tianchi Crater Lake".QUATERNARY RESEARCH 92.1(2019):133-145.
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