J. Geophys. Res. Atmos. 2020 DOI: 10.1029/2019jd031877 View full text
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Bei Cheng, Jianbao Liu, Shengqian Chen, Zhiping Zhang, Zhongwei Shen, Xinwei Yan, Fanyi Li, Guangjie Chen, Xiaosen Zhang, Xin Wang, Jianhui Chen

Abstract: Abstract The late Holocene is generally regarded as an interval of monsoon recession and decreased precipitation in North China. However, the extent to which this affected the status of lakes in North China is unclear. In the study, we analyzed multiple proxies (δ13C, magnetic susceptibility [χlf], and exogenous element concentrations) from Lake Mayinghai, an undisturbed alpine lake in North China. We also compared the results with previously published paleoenvironmental records from the Chinese Loess Plateau…

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