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《Chinese Journal of Geophysics》 2013-01
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Magnetic characteristics of loess-paleosol sequences on the north slope of the Tianshan Mountains,northwestern China and their paleoclimatic implications

WEI Hai-Tao1,2,Subir K.Banerjee2,XIA Dun-Sheng1, Michael J.Jackson2,JIA Jia1,CHEN Fa-Hu1 1 MOE Key Laboratory of West China′s Environmental System,Lanzhou University,Lanzhou 730000,China 2 Institute for Rock Magnetism,Department of Geology and Geophysics,University of Minnesota,55455 USA  
Controversy remains in decoding paleoclimatic information via environmental magnetic methods based on loess deposition in drylands of northwestern China.A systematic mineral magnetic investigation was carried out in the loess-paleosol sequence at Zhongliang,located on the north slope of the Tianshan Mountains.The results show that ferrimagnetic minerals are mainly comprised of magnetite and maghemite.Besides,no evidence for the existence of pedogenic superparamagnetic particles is found in this work,which indicates that magnetic variation was caused mainly by changes of input concentration of magnetic assemblages,thus the higher susceptibility reflects stronger wind intensity and/or closer dust source(s).This kind of "dust input mode" can be used to reconstruct paleo wind intensity in dry lands.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究发展计划项目(2010CB950202);; 国家自然科学基金项目(41130102 41071125 40871090)联合资助
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