SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Chen, F. H., X. Z. Huang, J. W. Zhang, J. A. Holmes, and J. H. Chen (2006), Humid little Ice Age in arid central Asia documented by Bosten Lake, Xinjiang, China, Sci. China Ser. D, 49, 12801290.
  • Chen, F. H., J. Holmes, B. Wünnemann, and Z. C. Yu (2009), Holocene climate variability in arid Asia: Nature and mechanisms, Quat. Int., 194, 15.
  • Chen, J. A., G. J. Wan, D. D. Zhang, F. Zhang, and R. G. Huang (2004), Environmental records of lacustrine sediments in different time scales: Sediment grain size as an example, Sci. China Ser. D, 47, 954960.
  • Hong, Y. T., H. B. Jiang, T. S. Liu, L. P. Zhou, J. Beer, H. D. Li, X. T. Leng, B. Hong, and X. G. Qin (2000), Response of climate to solar forcing recorded in a 6000-year δ18O time-series of Chinese peat cellulose, Holocene, 10, 17.
  • Lamb, H. H. (1965), The early medieval warm epoch and its sequel, Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 1, 1337.
  • Lu, H. Y., N. Q. Wu, and T. S. Liu (1996), Seasonal climatic variation recorded by phytolith assemblages from Baoji loess sequence in central China over the last 150000a, Sci. China Ser. D, 26, 629639.
  • Ma, C. M., F. B. Wang, Q. Y. Cao, X. C. Xia, S. F. Li, and X. S. Li (2008), Climate and environment reconstruction during the Medieval Warm Period in Lop Nur of Xinjiang, China, Chin. Sci. Bull., 53, 30163027.
  • Shi, Y. F., T. D. Yao, and B. Yang (1999), Decadal climatic variations recorded in Guliya ice core and comparison with the historical documentary data from east China during the last 2000 years, Sci. China Ser. D, 42, 91100.
  • Shi, Y. F., Y. P. Shen, E. Kang, D. L. Li, Y. J. Ding, G. W. Zhang, and R. J. Hu (2007), Recent and future climate change in northwest China, Clim. Change, 80, 379393.
  • Stuiver, M., P. J. Reimer, E. Bard, J. W. Beck, G. S. Burr, K. A. Hughen, B. Kromer, G. McCormac, J. van der Plicht, and M. Spurk (1998), INTCAL98 radiocarbon age calibration, 24,000–0 cal BP, Radiocarbon, 40, 10411083.
  • Yan, S., and Y. P. Kan (1993), Human activities and environmental changes during the history periods in Jimsar region (in Chinese with English abstract), Geogr. Symp. Arid Zone, 3, 162175.
  • Yan, S., G. J. Mu, H. Nobuhiko, U. Masao, and H. Naomi (2003), Environmental evolution information from Aiby Lake since the last 2500a (in Chinese with English abstract), Arid Land Geogr., 26, 227232.
  • Yan, S., S. F. Li, Z. C. Kong, Z. J. Yang, and J. Ni (2004), The pollen analyses and environment changes of the Dongdaohaizi area in Urumqi (in Chinese with English abstract), Quat. Sci., 24, 463468.
  • Yang, B., A. Bräuning, and Y. F. Shi (2003), Late Holocene temperature fluctuations on the Tibetan Plateau, Quat. Sci. Rev., 22, 23352344.
  • Yang, B., J. S. Wang, A. Bräuning, and E. Jan (2009), Late Holocene climatic and environmental changes in arid central Asia, Quat. Int., 194, 6878.
  • Zhang, D. E. (1994), Evidence for the existence of the Medieval Warm Period in China, Clim. Change, 26, 289297.
  • Zhang, P. Z., et al. (2008), A test of climate, sun, and culture relationships from an 1810-year Chinese cave record, Science, 322, 940942.
  • Zhang, Q. B., G. D. Cheng, T. D. Yao, X. C. Kang, and J. G. Huang (2003), A 2,326-year tree-ring record of climate variability on the northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30(14), 1739, doi:10.1029/2003GL017425.
  • Zhang, Y., Z. C. Kong, Z. J. Yang, S. Yan, and J. Ni (2004a), Vegetation changes and environmental evolution in the Urumqi River Head, central Tianshan Mountains since 3.6 ka B. P.: A case study of Daxigou profile, Acta Bot. Sin., 46, 655667.
  • Zhang, Y., Z. C. Kong, S. Yan, Z. J. Yang, and J. Ni (2004b), “Medieval Warm Period” in Xinjiang-rediscussion on paleoenvironment of the Sichanghu profile in Gurbantunggut Desert (in Chinese with English abstract), Quat. Sci., 24, 701708.
  • Zhang, Y., Z. C. Kong, J. Ni, S. Yan, and Z. J. Yang (2008), Pollen record and environmental evolution of Caotanhu wetland in Xinjiang since 4550 cal. a BP, Chin. Sci. Bull., 53, 10491061.