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《Marine Geology & Quaternary Geology》 2002-01
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Hou-yuan 1, LIU Zhen-xia 2, LIU Bao-zhu 3, Serge Berné 4, Yoshiki Saito 3, LI Tie-gang 5, WU Nai-qin 1 ( 1Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029, China; 2First Institute of Oceanography, SOA, Q  
An important goal of palaeoclimatology is to understand how the land and ocean are coupled during climate changes. Most of studies in paleoclimatology has oriented towards determining the relative timing of climate events, particularly the rapid climate change events that represented the last glacial period, in different parts of the globe or in different climate subsystems. Unfortunately, detailed knowledge concerning leads or lags of climate changes between land and sea on the millennial time scale is still lacking. Here we present new high-resolution records of four proxies, including marine, foraminifera, pollen, and phytolith, from the same core DG9603 located at the Okinawa Trough, East China Sea (ECS), providing a continuous and directly linked evidence for the processes of marine and terrestrial climate changes. The data show that during the last 20 ka oceanographic changes of the ECS lagged behind the epicontinent climate changes by about 1 000 a. We suggest that the thermohaline circulation, being a potential thermal source of long-term memory on time scales up to a millennium, was the major driving factor for asynchronous changes between marine and continental climatic systems in East Asia.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金资助项目 ( 4 99710 77;49776 2 92 ;49894174);; 中法海洋地质国际合作资助项目
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