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Asian paleomonsoon variation linked to "tripolar" environmental changes

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doi: 10.1130/2020.2548(01)
Authors:An Zhisheng; Zhou Weijian; Zhang Zeke; Sun Youbin; Cai Yanjun; Li Li; Shi Zhengguo; Chang Hong; Yan Hong
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Earth Environment, Xi'an, China
Other:
Idaho State University, United States
University of Washington, United States
Volume Title:Untangling the Quaternary period; a legacy of Stephen C. Porter
Volume Authors:Waitt, Richard B., editor; Thackray, Glenn D.; Gillespie, Alan R.
Source:Untangling the Quaternary period; a legacy of Stephen C. Porter, edited by Richard B. Waitt, Glenn D. Thackray and Alan R. Gillespie. Special Paper - Geological Society of America, Vol.548, p.?. Publisher: Geological Society of America (GSA), Boulder, CO, United States. ISSN: 0072-1077
Publication Date:2020
Note:In English
Summary:Global warming and ice melting in the "tripolar" regions, namely, Antarctica, the Arctic, and the Tibetan Plateau, might lead to a reorganization of the global climate system. Understanding the dynamic links between the "tripolar" environments and the Earth climate system is crucial to improving our capability to project future climate variability. "Tripolar" changes have influenced the onset and evolution of the Asian paleomonsoon system through various atmospheric and/or oceanic mechanisms. Here, we summarize previously reported Asian paleomonsoon variations that can be linked to "tripolar" environmental changes, from tectonic to millennial time scales, and explore linkages between the "tripolar" regions and global climate changes.
Record ID:890712-2
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