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Patterns of local and regional grain size distribution and their application to Holocene climate reconstruction in semi-arid Inner Mongolia, China

The semi-arid temperate steppe in northern central China is one of the main areas influenced by frequent dust and sand storms, and is at the same time a primary source of dust from deteriorated grasslands; thus, the sediment grain size distribution of inland lakes in this region can be a particularl... Full description

Journal Title: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology, 2011, Vol.307(1), pp.168-176
Main Author: Yin, Yi
Other Authors: Liu, Hongyan , He, Siyuan , Zhao, Fengjun , Zhu, Jiangling , Wang, Hongya , Liu, Guo , Wu, Xiuchen
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0031-0182 ; E-ISSN: 1872-616X ; DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.05.011
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title: Patterns of local and regional grain size distribution and their application to Holocene climate reconstruction in semi-arid Inner Mongolia, China
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  • Yin, Yi
  • Liu, Hongyan
  • He, Siyuan
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  • Liu, Guo
  • Wu, Xiuchen
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  • Grain Size
  • Lacustrine Sediment
  • Aeolian Activity
  • Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction
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  • Northern China
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  • Lacustrine Sediment
  • Aeolian Activity
  • Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction
  • Semi-Arid Region
  • Northern China
  • Geology
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description: The semi-arid temperate steppe in northern central China is one of the main areas influenced by frequent dust and sand storms, and is at the same time a primary source of dust from deteriorated grasslands; thus, the sediment grain size distribution of inland lakes in this region can be a particularly useful indicator of palaeoenvrionmental change. The local pattern of grain size suggests that aeolian activity is the most important agent for sedimentation in the lake center in this region, as strong northwesterly winds prevail for most of the year and the surface runoff is very weak. Meanwhile, the regional pattern of topsoil grain size and its close association with mean annual precipitation (MAP) allows the establishment of a statistical model for palaeo-moisture reconstruction from sediment grain size. In this study, we reconstructed a humidity time series based on the sediment grain size sequence from Anguli Nuur Lake on the southern Inner Mongolian Plateau in China and found...
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