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mechanismofvariationsinenvironmentalmagneticproxiesoflakesedimentsfromnamcotibetduringtheholocene
Su Youliang1; Gao Xing2; Liu Qingsong3; Hu Pengxiang3; Duan Zongqi3; Jiang Zhaoxia3; Wang Junbo1; Zhu Liping1; Doberschutz Stefan4; Mausbacher Roland5; Daut Gerhard5; Haberzettl Torsten5
2013
Source Publicationchinesesciencebulletin
ISSN1001-6538
Volume58Issue:13Pages:1568
AbstractHigh-resolution environmental records from the Tibetan Plateau are essential to understand past global climatic and environmental changes. Magnetic minerals in lake sediments are important proxies to reconstruct environmental and climatic changes. Nam Co (lake) is a typical great lake in the transitional region of southwest monsoon in the Tibetan Plateau. Previous studies have extensively focused on geochemistry, microfossils, sedimentology and biochemistry analysis of Nam Co, which provides sound interpretation of paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental changes. However, up to now, no systematic environmental magnetic studies have been carried out. Therefore, high-resolution and systematic magnetic studies combined with geochemical parameters were carried on lake sediments of core NC 08/01 from Nam Co for the Holocene period (11.3 cal ka BP) in order to explore how magnetic properties of the sediments respond to climatic changes. Based on variations of magnetic proxies, the sequence can be separated into 3 units. Unit 1 (236-199 cm, 11.3-7.8 cal ka BP) contains dominantly coarse-grained magnetite with homogeneous grain size. A positive correlation between magnetite and Ti strongly suggests that these coarse-grained detrital magnetites reflect detrital input signals due to insignificant effects of postdepositional dissolution processes on these coarse-grained magnetite particles. For Unit 2 (198-102 cm, 7.8-2.1 cal ka BP), magnetic grain size is finer and the corresponding concentration of magnetite is also reduced. This is mainly due to significant dissolution of these fine-grained detrital magnetite particles, which were transported under reduced water flow conditions during this period. For Unit 3 (101-0 cm, 2.1-0 cal ka BP), the bulk magnetic properties are dominated by a mixture of single domain biogenic magnetite and detrital magnetite. The concentration of magnetic minerals is not correlated with the Ti content. In conclusion, the preservation of magnetic minerals in the lake sediment and thus the corresponding magnetic properties are related to the initial grain size. Combination of magnetic properties (including variation of grain size and concentration) and other proxies of detrital inputs (e. g. Ti) can be used to infer the variation of redox conditions in Nam Co. These results provide a viable framework for reconstructing the paleoenvironmental changes of this lake.
Language英语
Funding Project[National Natural Science Foundation of China]
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/117099
Collection中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院青藏高原研究所
2.中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
3.中国科学院地质与地球物理研究所
4.Institut fur Geographie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat,
5.Institut fur Geographie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat
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Su Youliang,Gao Xing,Liu Qingsong,et al. mechanismofvariationsinenvironmentalmagneticproxiesoflakesedimentsfromnamcotibetduringtheholocene[J]. chinesesciencebulletin,2013,58(13):1568.
APA Su Youliang.,Gao Xing.,Liu Qingsong.,Hu Pengxiang.,Duan Zongqi.,...&Haberzettl Torsten.(2013).mechanismofvariationsinenvironmentalmagneticproxiesoflakesedimentsfromnamcotibetduringtheholocene.chinesesciencebulletin,58(13),1568.
MLA Su Youliang,et al."mechanismofvariationsinenvironmentalmagneticproxiesoflakesedimentsfromnamcotibetduringtheholocene".chinesesciencebulletin 58.13(2013):1568.
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