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《JOURNAL OF GLACIOLGY AND GEOCRYOLOGY》 1999-01
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Response of Magnitude of δ18O in Shallow Ice Core of Dasuopu Glacierin the Tibetan Plateau to Large Scale Sea-Air Interaction

ZHANG Xinping; YAO Tandong; XIE Zichu;(l Deparment of Resources and Environment Hunan Normal University, Changsha 410081; 2 Lanzhou Instituteof Glaciology and Geocryology, CAS, Lanzhou 730000)  
There is a marked correlation betweenδ18O in shallow ice core in Dasuopu Glacier of theTibetan Plateau and large scale sea surface temperature (SST). The marked correlated regions are mainlydistributed in the ocean currents of the Oceans. TheSST in different sea regions influences precipitationand vapor origin of the Dasuopu Glacier by way of itsaction on atmospheric circulation. When the atmospheric circulation appears the situation favoring tothe transportation of oceanic vapor towards the glaciers in the southern Tibetan Plateau, δ18O in the icecore decreases, on the contrary, when the situation infavoring to that but favoring to the transportation ofinland vapor towards the glaciers, δ18O in the ice coreincreases. Among various SST and circulation factors influencing δ18O in the ice core, the mean SST inRegion A5 of the North Pacific Drift and the positionof the north boundary of subtropical high in theSouth China Ocean have an important impact on theδ18O in the Dasuopu Glacier in the midwinter; themean SST in Region B of the North Pacific Drift, thecenter position of the arctic eddy over the northernhemisphere and the strength of the polar vortex overthe Pacific have an important impact on theδ18O inthe Dasuopu Glacier in the midsummer. The variation of these factors governs the magnitude of 618O inthe ice core, with a precursory effect.
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