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《Progress in Geography》 2011-09
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Characteristics of Holocene Temperature Change in China

HOU Guangliang1,FANG Xiuqi2(1.School of Life and Geographic Science,Qinghai Normal University,Xining 810008,China;2.School of Geography,Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875,China)  
Based on the researches on temperature change in China in the Holocene,the characteristics of tem-perature variability were displayed in this report.The temperature variation in the Holocene could be divided in-to three stages: ascending in the early Holocene with great fluctuations,Megathermal in the mid-Holocene,and descending in the late Holocene.The temperature in the warmest period of 8.0-6.2 kaBP was 1℃ higher than at present.Ten cold intervals which occurred in 11.0 kaBP,9.8 kaBP,9.2 kaBP,8.9 kaBP,8.2 kaBP,6.2 kaBP,4.0 kaBP,2.8 kaBP,1.5 kaBP and 0.4 kaBP were consistent with the eight cold events in the North Atlantic domain.It seems that the most significant cold-events appeared in 4.0 kaBP and 0.4 kaBP.Warm events occurred around 8.6 kaBP,4.7 kaBP and 3.5 kaBP.The significant periodicities of temperature variation in the Holocene were 1000a and 700a.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(40771211);; 青海省科技厅应用基础研究计划项目(2011-Z-744)
【CateGory Index】: P532
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