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PLIO-PLEISTOCENE DRYING PROCESS OF ASIAN INLAND——SPOROPOLLEN AND SALINITY RECORDS FROM YAHU SECTION IN THE CENTRAL QAIDAM BASIN

Fang Xiaomin①② Wu Fuli① Han Wenxia②Wang Yadong② Zhang Xizheng② Zhang Weilin①(①Center for Basin Resource and Environment,Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100085; ②Key Laboratory of Western China's Environmental Systems(Ministry of Education),College of Earth and Environment Sciences,Lanzhou University,Lanzhou 730000)  
As the largest temperate arid region,Central Asia has been attracting widely interests for its aridification,since it has long thought to relate strongly to the uplift of the Tibetan Plateau,the retreat of the North Tethys and the growth of Arctic ice.Therefore,a good understanding of the process and trend of Asian aridity is of great significance to both practical and theoretical study.However,most of the existed evidence on this issue are indirect,largely from the eolian records in the Chinese Loess Plateau,and little from inland arid area.Shortage of stable and continuous sediment records and convincing evidence is obvious.The Qaidam Basin,sitting on north Eastern Tibetan Plateau,develops continuous and well-exposed Cenozoic sediments,which provided an unique opportunity to study Asian aridity.We present a continuous lake sediment section from the Yahu anticline,a former playa lake in Central Qaidam Basin.It consists of Shizigou and Qigequan Formations.The age of the Yahu section was determined at ca.5.30~1.83Ma with a stratigraphic lacuna of 4.2~3.7Ma,by paleo~magnetism and fossils of ostracode and fish.Sporopollen and salinity proxy records indicate that there developed a steppe dominated by Artemisia,Chenopoidaceae,Ephedra,Gramineae around the Yahu area and the climate had already become dry at ca.5.3Ma.Higher contents of CaCO3,Cl-and SO2-4 lend support to this.From 3.4Ma to 2.6Ma,the percentage of arid herbs was increased slightly from 24.45% to 26.2%,but the contents of ions above decreased to some extent.We speculate that the seasonality was enhanced,accompanied with enlarged relief during this time.This would make higher mountains intercept more precipitation from the enhanced summer monsoon,and hence bringing more water into the lake,while the wide basin surface turned to more arid due to the foehn effect and enhanced winter monsoon.Since 2.6Ma,the average percentages of xerophilous plants increased from 26.2% to 37.58%,CaCO3 from 10.5% to 18.28%,Cl-from 70.4g/kg to 80.4g/kg,and SO2-4 from 3.8g/kg to 8.4g/kg,respectively,with an evident long-term drying trend,especially after 2.2Ma in salinity proxies.Global cooling and the onset of Northern hemisphere ice sheets at this time may considerably weaken the ocean evaporation and transportation of water vapor into Asian inland and intensify the winter monsoon,thus enhance the rapid aridification of the Qaidam Basin since that time.
【Fund】: 中国科学院知识创新工程重要方向项目(批准号:KZCX2-YW-104);; 国家重点基础研究发展规划项目(批准号:2005CB422000);; 国家自然科学基金项目(批准号:40571171)联合资助
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