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《Geological Bulletin of China》 2013-01
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Neogene palynological assemblages in Zanda Basin,southwestern Tibet

WU Jing1,2,XU Ya-dong1,2,ZHANG Ke-xin1,2,CHEN Fen-ning3, CHEN Rui-ming3,CHEN Lin1,2 1.State Key Laboratory of Biological and Environmental Geology,China University of Geosciences,Wuhan 430074,Hubei,China; 2.Faulty of Earth Sciences,China University of Geosciences,Wuhan 430074,Hubei,China; 3.Xi'an Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources,Xi'an 710054,Shaanxi,China  
The Zanda Basin is a Neogene rifted basin in Ngari Prefecture,southwest Tibet.It was formed in Late Miocene,at about 9.2Ma.The Duojidong section is located about 4km south of Zanda County.It has a well-developed set of lacustrine sedimentary strata.Palaeo-current measurement and provenance analysis show that the age interval of the Tuolin Formation is about 9.2-2.6Ma, and the Xiangzi Formation is dated at about 2.6-1.7Ma.As the sporopllen data can directly reflect paleoclimate changes,sporopllen data have been always regarded as one of the best environmental indicators.Through the palynological analysis,6 palynological assemblages and vegetable types were recognized,and 3 phases of paleoclimatic changes were revealed: ① from 9.2Ma to 5.6Ma,correlated with assemblages 1-2,the environment was cold shrub steppe at about 9Ma,and then became warm and humid subtropical-temperate deciduous coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forests;② from 5.6Ma to 3.1Ma,correlated with assemblages 3-5,the environment was mild and humid evergreen-deciduous broad-leaved mixed forests,and changed to the warm and a little dry deciduous conifer mixed forest at about 3.6Ma.This stage had a climate fluctuation;③ from 8Ma to 1.7Ma,correlatied with assemblage 6,the environment became cold and dry deciduous coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forests and subalpine coniferous forests.
【Fund】: 中国地质调查局国家青藏专项《青藏高原新近纪隆升与地质时间群研究》(编号:1212011121261);; 国家地质学理科基地人才培养基金项目(批准号:J0830520);; 国家自然科学基金项目《国家创新研究群体科学基金》(批准号:40921062)资助
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