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Characteristics and Environmental Significance of Magnetic Susceptibility of Sediment in Jiandi Wetland in Xianghai

ZHAI Zheng-li~(1,2), WANG Guo-ping~(1,2), LIU Jing-shuang~(1,2)(1 Northeast Institute of Geography and Agricultural Ecology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Changchun 130012,China;2 Graduate School,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100039,China)  
Currently,the research on the magnetic susceptibility of swamp sediment is relatively feeble.The study area,Jiandi Wetland(45°00.078′N,122°20.148′E,175 m a.s.l.),is located in a farming-pasturing ecotone,a semiarid region in west Jilin Province,China,where the annual temperature,precipitation and evaporation are 5.1 ℃,408.2 mm and 1945 mm respectively,and the response of natural environment to climate change is sensitive.In this paper,the content of different grain sizes from 0.2 μm to 2 000 μm and the magnetic susceptibility are measured to study the correlation between the granularity and magnetic susceptibility of sediment,and a case study on the characteristics and environmental significance of magnetic susceptibility in Jiandi Wetland is carried out.The correlation between the granularity and the magnetic susceptibility of sediment in Jiandi Wetland is analyzed based on measuring the radionuclide dating and the magnetic susceptibility of sediment,and the environment change in Jiandi Wetland since recent several hundred years is researched.The results show that the climate change revealed by the magnetic susceptibility of swamp sediment can be divided into three stages,which accord basically with the analyzed results of granularity of sediment;there is a negative correlation between the magnetic susceptibility and the granularity of sediment;the value of magnetic susceptibility of sediment was high when precipitation was increased;the magnetic susceptibility of swamp sediment can be regarded as one of the main indexes in revealing the environment change in historical periods.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(40471136);; 省部共建实验室开放基金(DS2004-01)资助
【CateGory Index】: P467
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