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《Journal of Stratigraphy》 2005-S1
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YIN Guang-hou~(1)2)), ZHANG Liu-qing~(2)), BAO Gang~(2)),BAO Jun-yue~(1)), DUAN Guo-xi~(2)), and SU Xue-jun~(2))( 1) Yunnan Institute of Geological Survey, Kunming, 650011;2) Yunnan Institute of Geological Survey, Dali, 671000 )  
The Pleistocene sediments in the Linzhi—Milin Basin of Tibet have been surveyed and studied. The magnetostratigraphic study shows that these lacustrine deposits are less than 40 ka B.P. in age. The Late Pleistocene flora and sporo-pollen, Polypodiaceae and so on, were collected from the ancient lacustrine deposits of the Milin Basin. Skill, teeth and stone axes of Linzhi Homo sapiens were found in the Holocene alluvial soil above the Pleistocence lacustrine deposits at Baiguoduo of Milin County, providing new data for the studies of the Quaternary geology, palaeovironments, palaeoclimate change, and ancient human activities.
【Fund】: 中国地质调查局青藏高原1/25万《林芝县幅》区域地质调查项目(200113000063)成果。
【CateGory Index】: P534.63
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