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CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HOLOCENE OPTIMUM IN THE MONSOON/ARID TRANSITION BELT RECORDED BY CORE SEDIMENTS OF DAIHAI LAKE,NORTH CHINA

Sun Qianli ①③ Xiao Jule ② (①State Key Laboratory of Loess and Quaternary Geology,Institute of Earth Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Xi′an 710075; ②Institute of Geology and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100029; ③East China Normal University,Shanghai 200062)  
The Holocene climate variability has been a main scientific topic while us human beings are facing the challenge of global warming. The hydrological variability has drawn particular attention because a better understanding of its process and reasons is beneficial to the current development and maintenance of the densely populated monsoon area in East Asia. In this paper,characteristics of the Holocene Optimum in the monsoon/arid transition belt of North China are revealed by two independent high-resolution proxy sequences from two parallel sediment cores drilled from the Daihai Lake which is located in Liangcheng County,central Mongolia Plateau based on high-precision AMS 14 C chronology. Data of grain-size,pollen and spores,carbonate content (CaCO_ 3 ),total organic carbon and nitrogen (TOC,TN) of two cores both indicate that the vegetation coverage and the productivity of the Daihai Lake drainage area were quite thrived,and the precipitation of the area was also enhanced significantly at ca.7.9~3.5kaB.P.,which are evidenced by for example the high level of organic matter and carbonate,the high percentage of tree pollen grains,and the large but variable grain-size. This evidently demonstrated that the optimum climate conditions prevailed during this period due to increased monsoon effective precipitation. During ca.10.0~7.6kaB.P.,the lower level of organic matter,the higher percentage of herb pollen grains and the high carbonate content showed a decreased productivity and a declined vegetation coverage. The higher carbonate content at this stage would have been probably resulted from the higher evaporation ratio of the lake,which also denoted a relatively drier climate conditions. The reconstructed Holocene Optimum by this study has evident discrepancy with what was regarded traditionally that the Holocene Optimum and the monsoon peak precipitation stage occured at the Early Holocene in Daihai Lake area. The Holocene Optimum in monsoon/arid transition belt in North China revealed in this paper covers the time span of ca.8~3kaB.P. which is traditionally defined as the mid-Holocene. The starting time,terminal time,duration,and behaves of the Holocene Optimum in Erdos,central Mongolian Plateau,and North China varied more or less. The existing discrepancies among limonlogical records in these three regions may be caused mainly by two aspects. One may be the differences of the topography,vegetation coverage,hydrological conditions of the study site which may have different feedbacks to regional hydrological as well as thermal conditions. The other may be the differences of the sequences studied and/or the dating material used which could also have resulted in the correlation inprecisely. A prerequisite approach to fully understand the characteristics of the Holocene Optimum in the monsoon/arid transition belt is to choose continuous,stable,and high-resolution sedimentation sequences,as well as to adopt appropriate dating methods to different dating material. Thus,further research work is still much needed.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(批准号:40502020和40599422);; 国家重点基础研究发展规划项目(批准号:2004CB720200)共同资助
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