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Position: Home > issue > May 28, 2021 Volume 2, Issue 2
Bridging the knowledge gap on the evolution of the Asian monsoon during 26每16 Ma
Category: Report
Author: Gan Xie, Jin-Feng Li, Shi-Qi Wang, Yi-Feng Yao, Bin Sun, David K. Ferguson, Cheng-Sen Li, Tao Deng, Xiao-Dong Liu, Yu-Fei Wang

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The evolution of the Asian monsoon from the Late Oligocene to the Early Miocene is poorly understood. Here, we first reconstruct the precipitation data of central Tibet during 26每16 million years ago (Ma), applying the coexistence approach to sedimentary pollen data, and detect an intensified Asian monsoon with ‵1.35 Ma and ‵0.33 Ma cycles. Paleoclimate modeling is used to show the importance of paleogeographic location in the development of the paleomonsoon. In addition, the results of spectral analysis suggest that the fluctuations in the Asian monsoon during 26每16 Ma can be attributed to the long-period cyclicities in obliquity (‵1.2 Ma).





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